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Exhaust wrap

The shop wrapped my exhaust for me with black wrap. Clearly it's ****.
Any remonetisation a to recover or should I start again?
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Start over.
I used DEI 2" Titanium on my wife's Full Throttle and am very pleased with the quality on their product.


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I did my own and it looked way better than that. I hope you didn't pay.

Remove it and start over. The 2" Titanium looks good on the Scrambler.

This is what mine looked like. Although I have removed it since this was done.

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Wrapping an Air-Coolled motor is very bad practice and in no way helps the Performance or longevity of the motor, infact it can cause serious danage to the cylinderheads due to overheating.
Thining logically, just where does the heat go thats been so nicely wrapped? because obviously the manifold no longer gets cold air moving over it.

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Wrapping an Air-Coolled motor is very bad practice and in no way helps the Performance or longevity of the motor, infact it can cause serious danage to the cylinderheads due to overheating.
Thining logically, just where does the heat go thats been so nicely wrapped? because obviously the manifold no longer gets cold air moving over it.

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Every bike forum on the internets has their wrappers and those against it, for bikes read the folowing, if you like the look there are just a few cautions:
Unwrapping the Mystery of Exhaust Wrap
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Every bike forum on the internets has their wrappers and those against it, for bikes read the folowing, if you like the look there are just a few cautions:
Unwrapping the Mystery of Exhaust Wrap
Spoke to my Dealer yesterday and he advised strongly against wrapping the Scrambler, for racing its ok but the motors get rebuilt after nearly every race.
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Reall guys Iíve seen other posts showing wrapping due over heating or just for looks

but looks like exhaust wrap is not the way to go then?
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I've emailed the dealer to find out what brand they use
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The shop wrapped my exhaust for me with black wrap. Clearly it's ****.
Any remonetisation a to recover or should I start again?
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