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04-01-2005 07:48 PM
HDTony
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Originally Posted by hoezx6r
The educational value of Biker Build-Off
Damn Straight



04-01-2005 07:45 PM
MM Racing 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.
04-01-2005 07:23 PM
Vcook
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Originally Posted by Odysseys
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
04-01-2005 07:06 PM
Odysseys 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.



04-01-2005 06:58 PM
MM Racing HAHA Hope you all like replacing your headers in a few years. That shit is horrible for mild steel headers.
04-01-2005 06:47 PM
hoezx6r
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Originally Posted by HDTony
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.
The educational value of Biker Build-Off
04-01-2005 11:40 AM
Odysseys 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.



04-01-2005 11:24 AM
HDTony 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.



04-01-2005 11:21 AM
Ernie I need some. Lemme know if there's any leftover or if it's all been spoken for
04-01-2005 09:40 AM
G2G I need some! Let me know how an when I can pick it up. Thanks
04-01-2005 09:22 AM
KBOlsen Yeah, I can use some!
04-01-2005 06:44 AM
RickC1957 Ken I'll buy some I only need 6 feet, but will take double that.
04-01-2005 01:06 AM
CRAZe Inc how much
04-01-2005 12:20 AM
Odysseys
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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