Exhaust heat wrap . . .

turkie172

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With all the money your spending would it not be better to get the thermal zircotec coating I thought it was a Miltek option I think wrap can hold moisture and a heated exhaust rusts a lot faster at to point it is the hottest just an opinion with your writeup see if they will give you a discount.
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DS197

POTM Winner - June 2017
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You'll want to be sitting down when you get a quote from Zircotec. I had a generic exhaust wrap on my old system and it was fine.
 
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needforspeed

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With all the money your spending would it not be better to get the thermal zircotec coating I thought it was a Miltek option I think wrap can hold moisture and a heated exhaust rusts a lot faster at to point it is the hottest just an opinion with your writeup see if they will give you a discount.
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Thanks mate, I'm only running a Toyo manifold so didn't really want to spend too much on that
 

PAUL JA

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We used this - wear gloves when installing. We chose this as it has decent temperature range and doesn’t require wetting to wrap


if I was doing it again and had more time I’d investigate the Thermomet stuff
 
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suj

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We used this - wear gloves when installing. We chose this as it has decent temperature range and doesn’t require wetting to wrap


if I was doing it again and had more time I’d investigate the Thermomet stuff
I didn't use this exact stuff, but from specs it's more or less same, on my 200sx manifold years ago, it worked great for many trackdays.
Like Paul said, wear gloves though!
 
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