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Wrapping up-pipes?

Hoping someone can tell me how much wrap to buy was thinking 2 rolls of 2"x50 would be enough thanks in advance
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I wrapped my up pipes with 1 roll of 2x50. I got the motorcycle roll at advanced auto parts:





Just a warning it stinks until it burns in. Smells like burnt bagels...
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That stuff isn't good for out trucks. Use the Inferno wrap that is good for 2000* continuous, 3000 intermittent. It is more expensive but you'll thank yourself down the road.

Oh yeah, 50 ft ought to do you.
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That stuff isn't good for out trucks. Use the Inferno wrap that is good for 2000* continuous, 3000 intermittent. It is more expensive but you'll thank yourself down the road.

Oh yeah, 50 ft ought to do you.
What do you think about the lava wrap its good for 1200 continuous 2000 intermitten
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just ceramic coat it and be done!
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I agree ceramic coating is better and i plan on doing mine that way but customer wants them wrapped
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Mine are ceramic coated and wrapped with Inferno. That's the only wrap I would use.
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Thanks for the help think i will go with the inferno wrap,just curious did you soak wrap in water before installed it
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I did one side dry and one side wet. Didn't seem to make any difference.
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I wrapped my up pipes with 1 roll of 2x50. I got the motorcycle roll at advanced auto parts:





Just a warning it stinks until it burns in. Smells like burnt bagels...
Sorry for the hijack, but what's the part number for those new up-pipes? I'm doing an EGR delete soon and want to get rid of the '05 "scoop" in the up-pipes, so if I'm reading correctly, I need the '03 up-pipes correct? Thanks for the help!
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