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DEi Exhaust Wrap Offer – Save up to £45!!!

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DEi Exhaust Wrap Offer – Save up to £45!!!

Post by Nimbus Motorsport » Wed Aug 08, 2012 3:49 pm

With any DEi 2” x 50ft exhaust wrap you get…

FREE Hi-Temp Silicone Coating worth £14.34 (excludes titanium wrap)
FREE Locking Tie Combo Pack worth £31.40

Saving you up to £45!

Standard Exhaust Wrap (Black & Tan)
• Reduced engine bay & intake temps by 50%
• Improved exhaust flow
• Increased horsepower

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Titanium Exhaust Wrap
• Withstands 50% higher temps
• Extremely pliable
• Does not require sealing with paint (more durable and non-absorbent)

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Hi-Temp Silicone Coating
• Penetrates, seals and protects standard exhaust wrap from oil, water, dirt and road grime
• Withstands 800°C
• Also ideal for exhaust systems, engine blocks, etc

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Stainless Steel Locking Tie Combo Pack
• 4 x 14" long ties and 6 x 8" long ties
• Ideal for securing exhaust wrap
• High grade 304 stainless steel

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The black and tan wrap essentially do the same job, although the black gives a better finish when used with the black paint. The titanium exhaust wrap offers a number of advantages over the standard (see above).

Ideal for use on aftermarket stainless steel manifolds, not suitable for most cast manifolds as the extra heat generated inside the manifold can cause it to crack.

A 2” x 50ft roll is enough to do a 4 branch manifold. There should be more than enough paint to give the wrap a good coating (one can should actually do 2 manifolds).

Ideally, the manifold needs to be removed from the car to give better access and achieve a much nicer finish.

Locking ties really only hold the wrap in place until a heat cycle has been put through it, after that the wrap will be set in place and can’t be removed.

The first time you start the car up, the wrap will smoke quite a bit, this is normal and should clear after a few minutes.

Personally, I’ve used both the standard and titanium wrap. I wrapped the stainless manifold on my car with the titanium and found it much nicer and easier to work with, but I do prefer the finish of the black wrap and paint I’ve used on other manifolds.

Any questions let me know.

Offer can be found here…

http://www.nimbusmotorsport.com/ProdShop2.asp?id=8383

You guys are the first to see this, but I’m going to put a mailshot out later and get it up on Facebook so get in there whilst we have some in stock.

This is for a limited time only.

Cheers,

Chris

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Post by Pushki » Wed Aug 08, 2012 4:36 pm

Nimbus Motorsport wrote:Locking ties really only hold the wrap in place until a heat cycle has been put through it, after that the wrap will be set in place and can’t be removed.
Does this mean this is adhesive wrap?
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Post by Nimbus Motorsport » Wed Aug 08, 2012 4:45 pm

Pushki wrote:
Nimbus Motorsport wrote:Locking ties really only hold the wrap in place until a heat cycle has been put through it, after that the wrap will be set in place and can’t be removed.
Does this mean this is adhesive wrap?
No, there is no adhesive on the wrap.

The ties just hold the wrap in place whilst you fit the manifold.

As soon as you start the engine and the exhaust wrap gets hot, it goes hard and sets to the shape of the manifold.

Without the ties the wrap will just fall off whilst you’re trying to refit the manifold.

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Post by Pushki » Wed Aug 08, 2012 4:54 pm

Okay, cool! ;)
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Post by eDaniel » Wed Aug 08, 2012 9:31 pm

The titanium wrap is excellent. I wrapped the header of my previous engine with the same wrap and I confirm it is very good and easy to apply.
Unfortunately I can't say the same for the locking ties. These are quite unreliable and inconvenient (my opinion). I decided to use regular hose clamps because these locking ties gave me gray hairs. My 2c.
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Post by Kawa » Wed Oct 23, 2013 12:27 pm

Is this account/trader still active?

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Post by indigolemon » Wed Oct 23, 2013 12:29 pm

They're certainly still posting on Facebook.
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Post by 4thgenphil » Wed Oct 23, 2013 12:31 pm

Kawa wrote:Is this account/trader still active?
My mate used to work for them, I shall have a word
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Post by Mudgey » Wed Oct 23, 2013 12:57 pm

The ties are next to useless, I had some come through with some wrap I bought and ended up using standard jubilee clips.

All I see is marketing fluff and nothing to say why this product is worth the premium over other standard fibreglass exhaust wrap? For instance you can get some 2" by 50ft wrap from ebay for £15, why should we buy your product thats 4x the amount, does it keep 4x the amount of heat in the exhaust? Does it last longer? Is it made from a non fibreglass based material and therefore less hazardous to work with? I see the silicone paint is rated to 880c, some turbo exhaust gas can reach as high as 1000c pre turbo, will this silicone paint burn away or does it last as long as the matting?

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Post by NafemanNathan » Wed Oct 23, 2013 1:24 pm

Nimbus Motorsport wrote:FREE Locking Tie Combo Pack worth £31.40
Damn straight it should be free! Imagine how gutted you'd be if you'd forked out £31.40 for that. I just used wire and twisted the ends together to hold mine in place. Much less intrusive than a jubilee clip as well.

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