Funk Motorsport Lava Rock Titanium Exhaust wrap is made using a ceramic wrap enthused with Lava rock. This Heat wrap is a vital component of heat management has great benefits for all engine applications. Whether you drive a modified car, a drift car, race car, GT car or other forms of Motorsport, titanium heat insulation products can be a powerful upgrade. Our exhaust wrap is seen on a variety of applications and influencers such as; BMR Subaru Racing BTCC team, Formula 2 racers, Formula 3 teams, Baggsy, Monky London, BDC Drifters and Hoonigan projects.
Our exhaust heat wrap has a number of benefits for all-round performance gains. The header wrap helps create a thermal sleeve around the individual branches of the exhaust, keeping the pipe insulated and maintaining a higher core gas temperature. As we know a hotter gas actually helps to accelerate out of the downpipe and exhaust system faster. In turbo applications, Exhaust wrap can improve spool time!
Our Titanium Exhaust heat wrap helps to lower engine temperatures while increasing the longevity of key engine components. Our titanium wrap works by insulating the heat from the exhaust to lower engine bay temperatures. This helps to improve the flow of gases from the exhaust, helping increase the output of your engine. Our Titanium exhaust wrap is extremely pliable, perfect for all applications.
By reducing engine bay temperatures, this will allow components to live longer and work more efficiently, providing heat shielding can also improve engine performance by creating a lower air intake temperature.
Exhaust insulation wraps are constructed using a mixture of different polymers exhaust insulation wool to create a thermal sleeve ideal for exhaust temperatures.
Each Titanium Lava Rock ceramic exhaust wrap includes 6 metal locking ties.
Still not sure? Heard the exhaust wrap myths? Breath easy, if exhaust insulation wrap is applied correctly, with a consistent overlap and a tight fitment, there will be no heat spots meaning that the metal walls remain a consistent temperature and so the entire exhaust manifold / system will expand and contract at the same rate, maintaining a safe fitment and lifespan. Other exhaust wrap problem myths include, “exhaust wrap will crack your exhaust due to holding the moisture”. Wrong. In a way, Insulation wrap may act like a damp cloth, but this will only be the case if you have intentionally soaked the wrap (something we encourage when applying heat wrap). But, you will notice, after the first heat cycles, it may be common to see the exhaust wrap smoking. This is normal and is just showing the excess moisture and chemicals in the wrap escaping. Smoke is normal and will die away after the first runs of your car. This shows that the moisture will not cause an issue, as it will quickly disappear once warm.
Our Car or Motorcycle Heat Wrap comes in a roll 15m x 50mm and comes complete with 6 metal zip ties.
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Car modification laws in the UK and elsewhere are in place to ensure drivers who want to enhance their vehicles adhere to certain safety standards. While modifications are a great way to alter the look and performance of a car, some may also affect the handling and overall safety of the vehicle on the road.
You may need to inform your insurance company of any modifications made to your car – whether they were already installed when you purchased the vehicle or if you have done them yourself. If you don’t tell your insurer, any future claim you make could be turned down. Worse still, your insurance could be completely invalidated. Modifications carried out to any car may affect the vehicle manufacturers warranty.