Control under hood temperatures with DEI's 2" x 50' Black Exhaust Header Wrap. Exhaust wrap is meant to keep the heat contained within the metal tubing of the exhaust system. Reduce under hood temperatures by up to 50% while providing additional horsepower, engine protection and passenger comfort!
DEI exhaust wrap rolls are composed of mostly composite fiberglass material. This material is treated with a proprietary coating developed by DEI to help increase the wrap's thermal resistance compared to other brands. DEI exhaust wrap contains NO asbestos.
DEI's Black Exhaust Header Wrap can withstand a direct temperature of 1200F and an intermittent temperature of 2000F, which is more than enough for most applications.
By limiting the radiant heat trapped inside the engine bay, air intake temperatures will be decreased for a cooler air charge. Also, less heat will be absorbed through the firewall so cabin temperatures will be kept to a minimum.
Not only does header wrap reduce under hood temperatures and vibration breakdown, but it also increases exhaust flow. By containing the heat and not letting it escape into the engine bay, the heat is expanded for a longer time period which increases the rate of gas flow out of the headers and through the exhaust system.
DEI Black Exhaust Header Wrap Features and Benefits:
- 2" wide x 50' long
- Pliable for tight and secure wrap
- High resistance to temperatures, vibration breakdown, oil spills and abrasions
- Withstands 1200F direct/2000F intermittent heat
- Reduce under hood temperature and vibration breakdown
- Promotes increased exhaust gas flow for improved performance
Please Note: DEI HT Silicone Coating spray is highly recommended for exhaust wrap to penetrate, seal, protect and prolong the lifespan of exhaust wrap.
DEI Black Exhaust Header Wrap can be used on any exhaust systems, whether they are made from cast iron, stainless steel or anything in between. You can also use it on any other kind of metal or aluminum tubing. Cover your intercooler piping, turbo down pipe, air intake and even the intake manifold.
The wrap works best with an overlap of 1/4". This should allow just enough heat out to ensure performance without damaging the exhaust. When following the 1/4" overlap rule, two 50 foot rolls can usually cover a set of V8 headers.
Wetting the exhaust wrap for installation is recommended as it will make the material more flexible and aid in a tighter wrap.