DEI EXO Series 1.5″ Wide Exhaust Wrap
Add a Sinister Look and Maximum Durability
DEI offers an exhaust wrap that is specifically designed to hold up against the rigors of off-road and extreme-duty use. The DEI EXO Series 1.5″ Wide Exhaust Wrap is a dual-layer design, using a combination of hi-temp fiberglass, covered with a 304 grade stainless steel exoskeleton. This unique construction maintains good heat protection while offering superior abrasion and impact protection. Despite its burly appearance, the DEI EXO Series 1.5″ Wide Exhaust Wrap weighs nearly the same as normal exhaust wrap.
The DEI EXO Series Exhaust Wrap comes in a special 1.5” (38mm) width, making it easy to install on motorcycles, ATV’s, UTV’s and other off-road vehicles with tight radius exhaust bends. In addition, the stainless steel exoskeleton hooks together when overlapped, saving time and making installation much easier. Also, wetting the wrap is not necessary for installation.
Although originally developed primarily for off-road applications, DEI EXO Series 1.5″ Wide Exhaust Wrap can add an enhanced appearance to the exhaust of any street bike, while still offering great heat protection.
The 1.5×20’ kit will cover most Victory and Indian applications. 20 and 30 foot kits includes the wrap, stainless steel locking ties, and installation tool.
- First Exhaust Wrap available for offroad and extreme environments
- Save pants and boots from getting burned
- 1.5″ width, perfect for powersports applications
- Stainless steel exoskeleton
- No wetting for installation
- Ratchets together to stay tight
Material: Glass fiber with 304 grade stainless exterior
Width: 1.5″ /38mm
Size: 1/16th thick
Temperature Rating: 1200°F Continuous, 2000°F Intermittent
Color: Tan, Black
Why do I want to wrap my headers, pipes or manifolds?
Wrapping any type of exhaust piping is a crucial and important step when controlling exhaust
temperatures and reducing radiant under-hood heat by up to 50%. Keeping exhaust gases hotter
within the exhaust system helps in decreasing density and increasing the flow of exhaust gases. This
improves exhaust scavenging which, in turn, reduces intake temperatures for increased horsepower
gains. Also, limiting the radiant heat trapped inside the engine bay decreases heat absorption through
the fire wall which keeps dash components and cabin temperatures to a an absolute minimum.