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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-31-2005, 11:20 PM Thread Starter
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does anyone need some header wrap? "heat sheilding wrap"

i had to buy a roll of 50 feet, and only used 6.

anyone wanna buy the rest off me? just trying to save YOU some money.



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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-01-2005, 12:06 AM
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Ken I'll buy some I only need 6 feet, but will take double that.

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Yeah, I can use some!

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post #5 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-01-2005, 08:40 AM
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I need some! Let me know how an when I can pick it up. Thanks
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I need some. Lemme know if there's any leftover or if it's all been spoken for
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By the way as an install tip, I've heard that keeping the stuff ina bucket of water while your rolling it makes it much easier and keeps the fiberglass dust down.




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let me find my recept somewhere, and ill just break it down by the foot just come pick it up, or meet up with me when i go out, or hit me at the track.



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By the way as an install tip, I've heard that keeping the stuff ina bucket of water while your rolling it makes it much easier and keeps the fiberglass dust down.
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HAHA Hope you all like replacing your headers in a few years. That shit is horrible for mild steel headers.

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MM i dont think my stock exhaust wil last a few years on the track...lmao

besides nothing i could do other then this to prevent the burning on the belly pan.



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MM i dont think my stock exhaust wil last a few years on the track...lmao

besides nothing i could do other then this to prevent the burning on the belly pan.
you could ceramic coat them

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Agreed bikes do not heat cycle as much as cars do so there is a chance you might never have an issue, I have just seen many expensive turbo headers and V8 headers meet an early death from being wrapped.

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