DEI's Black Titanium™ Exhaust Wrap

Ohio, (PresseBox) - DEI has been making exhaust wrap for more years than most of us care to remember, but their latest version comes with a bit of a twist - well, weave really. The exhaust wrap features a black carbon fibre look to the weave which makes it great for motorcycles, rods and kit cars where the exhaust is more prominent - or just to enliven the look of your engine bay. However, it’s more than just a pretty face. The new Titanium Exhaust Wrap  is made from pulverised lava rock, stranded into a fibre material and then woven into a proprietary weave. The combination of this unique material and the special weave make it stronger and more durable than most wraps on the market as well as providing improved thermal performance. Titanium Exhaust Wrap can withstand 1800˚F (982˚C) direct and 2500˚F (1371˚C) intermittent heat without breaking a sweat. It is extremely pliable, permitting a tighter and therefore more secure wrap. Titanium Exhaust Wrap  comes with the added advantage that there is no need to pre-wet the roll before application. Titanium Exhaust Wrap will increase performance by keeping exhaust heat in, while protecting components in close proximity to the exhaust system. It will also reduce engine bay temperatures to ensure a cooler and denser intake charge to the engine and this in turn helps make more power. It also reduces the chances of nasty burns whilst working on the engine. Prices start at just $24.31 per roll. Available as: #010002 - 2" x 100' Titanium -  Black carbon fibre look, $127.63 #010003 - 2" x 50' Titanium -  Black carbon fibre look, $70.26 #010004 - 2" x 25' Titanium -  Black carbon fibre look, $34.91 #010005 - 2" x 15' Titanium -  Black carbon fibre look, $24.31 Prices are plus tax and shipping. Order direct from DEI in America or search on-line for a dealer in your area at......... For more information about this and other DEI performance products, visit 

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