First, we pulled the exhaust assembly away from the motorcycle as one unit. The pipes do not need to be separated.
 We loosened all the clamps holding the steel heat shields in place on the exhaust assembly, then removed the heat shields, and O2 sensors, if present, at this time.
 We started wrapping the Heatshield Products material around the pipe leaving enough room at the flange area for the flange to move freely for re-installation. We made a tight wrap.
 We wrapped it plenty tight, and made a �-inch overlap of the Heatshield Products material.
 When we got to the end of the exhaust pipe, we used a stainless steel “thermal-tie” to keep the heat wrap from coming loose.
 With the wrap in place, we wiggled the bolts needed for the pipe bracket through the wrap material.
 We reinstalled the exhaust O2 sensors using a small dab of anti-seize on the threads to make them easy to remove in the future if needed.
 We positioned the exhaust pipe assembly, then carefully installed the flanges over the exhaust studs.
 We tightened the exhaust flange nuts for both front and rear pipes, but left a little wiggle room.
 We installed and tightened the lower exhaust assembly bracket hardware completely tight. We then went back and finished tightening the flange nuts.
 This red wrap looks mighty fine on this flat-black Harley-Davidson. To see all the other colors available, visit the Heatshield Products website.
Aeramic-colored exhaust rolls are exactly what you need to have the exhaust heat-wrap match the paint on your motorcycle. Heatshield Products pipe wrap tape can also add a little rider comfort by reducing the chance of a serious burn caused if or when a hot exhaust pipe comes in direct contact with the skin. Wrapping the exhaust system maintains the heat in the exhaust gases, which decreases density, and allows exhaust gases to exit the system quicker! Improved exhaust scavenging is the result, which lowers intake temperatures: that equals more horsepower. Heatshield Products exhaust wrap can withstand 1,200° F continuous temperatures, and 2,000° F temperature spikes. Heatshield Products custom exhaust wrap can be fastened with Thermal-Tie, hose clamps, or wire. HP Color Motorcycle Exhaust Wrap is asbestos-free and made from high-quality fiberglass yarn. HP Color Exhaust Wrap is also noncombustible, as well as water- and fungus-resistant. B