Funk Motorsport Wire Protection Sleeving (HT Leads and more)



Wire protection sleeving is used to provide added security in vital areas that can be prone to rubbing through. Common applications include HT leads fuel lines, bonnet release catches, ECU loom protection, Ignition cable protection, and electronic signal cables. This protection sleeving is easy to cut to your required length then can be completed and finished off using our heat shrink to secure your protection in place. Wire protection Available in:

  • Red
  • Black
  • Silver
  • Titanium

Our protection sleeving has an approximate 10mm diameter and 1m length. This can be secured in place using a number of methods. We have used heat shrink (sold separately) to get the clean finish that you see here. Spark Plug boot protection has also been used in this application, also sold separately. These sleeves have an approximate diameter of 10mm, and are also available for AN4 and AN6 fittings. 

*** Please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery.

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