Kit includes unique laser cut Vance & Hines wrap clamps, black header wrap tape and locking stainless steel ties
Fiberglass composite black 2 in. wrap tape helps lock in the heat and reduces the radiant heat a realistic 50%
Kit includes 25 foot roll of black wrap tape, 2 Vance & Hines Wrap Clamps and 6 locking stainless steel ties
Enough to wrap two motorcycle headers thoroughly
Made in the U.S.A.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Use of this Vance & Hines Header Wrap Kit may void all warranties of the exhaust system that this kit is applied to. Header wrap functions to insulate heat generated by exhaust gases flowing through the headpipe, thereby raising the headpipe temperature beyond it's intended operating temperature. Using heat wrap may compromise the integrity of the headpipe material, and may ultimately lead to cracks in the headpipe and will not be covered under warranty. Use of the header wrap on an exhaust system is a modification to and not a normal use of an exhaust system. This notice is intended to inform the buyer to consider this possibility before using this product.
I got this wrap for my V&H 2-1 blackout pipes on my Nightster. The wrap makes for a very nice look, since the header pipes don't have any heat shield to begin with. I found that 25' of wrap was BARELY enough to wrap both header pipes (came up a bit short on the second pipe), so do your best to minimize overlap as you wrap. The instructions were clear and easy to follow. Don't care much for the metal "cable ties" used at the header port end; would prefer just another set of hose clamps. Overall, very good product and I like how my job came out.
within 5k miles on a new 2012 HD with stock screamin eagle slip ons and air intake upgrade at the dealer, I wrapped the head pipes. READ the V&H disclaimer... my pipes warped and cracked, just made it home. The bike runs great with the stuff, but you do risk cracking [in half] your pipes. I blame the 2006 and up catalytic mufflers which HD sneaked on all the bikes for CA emissions. Although I don't recommend for most dudes, I will continue using the wrap; replacing the pipes and by-passing the O2 sensors....