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Before and after

Start by removing your existing bolts

Start by removing your existing bolts

Soak your exhaust wrap, it's much better to work with it this way, more mailable

Soak your exhaust wrap, it's much better to work with it this way, more mailable

I started the wrap under the pipe cover

I started the wrap under the pipe cover

Go slow and stretch it tight, you want to leave half of the width, as a gap. I did use a ziptie here

Go slow and stretch it tight, you want to leave half of the width, as a gap. I did use a ziptie here

Line up how much you'll need left over and cut it with a razor

Line up how much you'll need left over and cut it with a razor

Stainless steel zip ties, use your needle nose to turn the excess like opening a can of corned beef

Stainless steel zip ties, use your needle nose to turn the excess like opening a can of corned beef

1 down

1 down

Did the same thing on this one, started it under the cover

Did the same thing on this one, started it under the cover

Threaded the ziptie through it and tightened down

Threaded the ziptie through it and tightened down

Once the pipes are completely dry, use a silicone sealant, it makes the wrap darker and rain resistant

Once the pipes are completely dry, use a silicone sealant, it makes the wrap darker and rain resistant

Finished product

Finished product

These are my pipes before the sealant

These are my pipes before the sealant

  • Motorcycle
  • Exhaust wrap
  • Stainless steel zipties