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DEI 010127 2″ Titanium Exhaust/ Header Wrap – 50′

DEI 010127 2″ Titanium Exhaust/ Header Wrap – 50′


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DEI 010127 2" Titanium Exhaust/ Header Wrap - 50'

DEI 010127 2
  • Withstands 1800F direct/2500F radiant heat
  • High resistance to chemical, oil spills and abrasions
  • Reduces temperature and vibration breakdown
  • Extremely pliable for easy install - will not shrink, and no need to wet wrap to install
  • Universal application
Titanium exhaust wrap, with LR Technology, is made from pulverized lava rock and stranded into a fiber material and is engineered to be stronger than typical wraps on the market today. It has the ability to handle higher heat for improved performance and durability – and with a cool carbon fiber look!

Precio de lista: $ 62.19 Precio: $ 34.99

What customers say about DEI 010127 2″ Titanium Exhaust/ Header Wrap – 50′?

  1. 22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product to finally do away with fiberglass wrap, September 9, 2010
    By 
    King Tut «Pharaoh» (Phoenix) –

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    This review is from: DEI 010127 2″ Titanium Exhaust/ Header Wrap – 50′ (Automotive)
    I used this to wrap the header and downpipe on my 2005 Subaru. Works great doesn’t itch while you rub against it while installing the parts on the car. Keeps heat where it belongs, in the pipes. A great buy at a reasonable price. Step into the 21st century. It does fray easily on the edges so be careful when wrapping stuff. Also a note this and any wraps for exhaust parts do smoke upon first start up. Fiberglass wraps smoke for about 2-3 days on and off again and smell really bad. This stuff literally smoked for 15min and hasn’t since, the smell was not as lingering or pungent.

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  2. 19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Titanium Exhaust Wrap – An Improvement Over Traditional DEI, October 17, 2011
    By 
    Evan (Austin, Texas) –

    This review is from: DEI 010127 2″ Titanium Exhaust/ Header Wrap – 50′ (Automotive)
    I bought DEI titanium wrap for some downpipes that connect to the turbos on my car. I only purchased 15′ to give it a try and was really pleased with the flexibility of the material. As other reviewers have commented, it frays easily, so you have to be slow and careful when working with it around sharp edges that may snag the wrap.

    I had never used any other exhaust wrap before, so to an extent, I was spoiled by how flexible this stuff is. After I ran out of 15′, I mistakenly bought the legacy DEI exhaust wrap that is fiberglass. I tried to use it the same way I had with the titanium, and it was much less flexible. It tended to not do so well hugging pipes that had diameter transitions. In fact, they recommend you soak the fiberglass wrap in water prior to installation. For this reason, I would recommend the titanium exhaust wrap on any pipes that had curves and/or diameter changes.

    The only downside that I noticed to the titanium wrap is how porous it seems compared to the fiberglass. I believe the titanium wrap is more flexible because overall each layer is thinner and the weave of the fabric is not as tight, which allows it to bend more easily. The only real way to tell a performance difference is to measure both the engine compartment temperatures and then possibly the surface of the materials themselves to see which traps in my heat.

    Also, I’m not entirely sure stainless steel ties are necessary. I bought a generic spool of 100′ wire I think fence repair wire or something) from a hardware store that serves all sorts of purposes as it is thick enough to maintain it’s shape and can hold a lot of weight, like brake calipers, hub assemblies off axles, etc. Plus, you can wrap sections around the exhaust fabric and then grab the ends with pliers and twist. This will pull the wire firmly around the pipe like a twisty-tie. Those SS zip ties are a couple of bucks each, and when you make multiple independent passes with the exhaust wrap from different angles, that can really get expensive.

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  3. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great stuff, April 23, 2013
    By 
    Rob

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    This review is from: DEI 010127 2″ Titanium Exhaust/ Header Wrap – 50′ (Automotive)
    Didn’t realize this had fiberglass in it (probably due to my inability to read all directions). I ended up getting this on the couch, the carpet, the coffee table, and myself. Found out it had fiberglass in it about 30 minutes later, itching really bad. Made the girlfriend mad because she sat on the couch and got it on her. Nothing a shower can’t take care of. I would not recommend wrapping headers/pipes inside.

    Other than that, these hold up very well. Awesome that I don’t have to soak them in water first. Dropped the ambient temps under the hood by quite a bit. Here’s a great tip: Start at the end of the pipe and wrap a layer or two around itself with the wrap – then clamp it down (or use SS ties). Proceed to wrap pipes, leaving about a 1/4-1/2″ overlap. About every 2-3 feet, squeeze the wrap tight around the pipe – much like you’re giving someone an Indian burn on their arm… make sure you’re doing it the right direction.

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