CORSA Performance Off Road exhaust wrap solves the problem of extreme exhaust heat in extreme environments like offroading and powersports.
Off Road exhaust wrap is designed for extreme environment use. Traditional exhaust wraps have not been able to withstand the extreme use that Off-road, Dirt track, Desert and other forms of driving have with exposure to water and dirt. The dual-layer design uses a combination of hi-temp glass fiber, covered with a 304 grade stainless steel exoskeleton. This unique construction maintains high heat protection while offering superior abrasion and impact protection. Air Gap Technology keeps direct contact of the glass fiber wrap off the hot surface creating an insulating air barrier.
Our Off Road exhaust wrap comes in a special 1.5" width, making it easy to install on any type of header, exhaust pipe or exhaust system making it perfect for high impact spot protection. In addition, the stainless steel exoskeleton locks together when overlapped keeping the wrap tight and making installation easy. Delivering outstanding looks and Rugged performance for long term durability.
NOTE: Wrapping of the catalytic converter is not recommended, as overheating can lead to reduced lifetime of the converter.
Note of Caution:
Wrap is not designed to be moved or removed after it has been heat cycled. After the fibers have been heated, they lose their initial flexibility. This does not reduce the thermal properties of the exhaust wrap. Be aware of this before you decide to remove the wrap. For this reason, you should avoid wrapping any flex-pipes or flex-joints.
Note about Titanium Exhaust Systems:
CORSA Performance does NOT recommend wrapping exhausts made of titanium. The alloys used in the production of titanium exhaust systems tend to be thin and are designed to dissipate heat quickly. Wrapping any titanium exhaust pipe, regardless of brand, can hold in too much heat, and make the titanium alloy turn brittle and prone to premature cracking.
Direct Heat Resistance: 1200°F
Radiant Heat Resistance: 2000°F