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Date:         Fri, 20 May 2005 10:54:30 -0600
Reply-To:     jimt <camper@TACTICAL-BUS.INFO>
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From:         jimt <camper@TACTICAL-BUS.INFO>
Subject:      Re: Exhaust system insulation
Comments: To: Mike Jeffrey <oldbus@GMAIL.COM>
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There is a prespray available as well as the afterspray mentioned. The critical one for corrosion is the after spray coating. This keeps water from getting into the wrap. I found it made a set of headers last much longer. jimt

On 5/20/05 10:09 AM, "Mike Jeffrey" <oldbus@GMAIL.COM> wrote:

> If Vanagon exhausts behave anything like motorcycle exhausts, be aware > that wrapping may accelerate rust on your pipes. Not sure why, I'm > pretty non-technical, perhaps something to do with condensation > settling between the wrap and the pipe? Can anyone elaborate on / > disprove this statement? Any preparation necessary prior to wrapping? > > Cheers, > Mike. > > On 5/20/05, dylan friedman <> wrote: >> There is a clear hi-temp spray available to apply to >> the wrap once applied. Don't bother painting it, I've >> seen it done and the outcome is not pretty. Check >> Summit, they should have the spray. >>

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