don't leave yer bike out in the rain...let it run for a few minutes, it'll cook off any moisture.KnuckleBuster said:I've been thinking about it, but have been shying away from it because I've heard it will contribute to pipe rot if it gets wet. .
that, and it keeps you from burning the piss out of yourself if your pipes are configured close to your appendagesKnuckleBuster said:Theoretically it holds in the heat which will make it a little more efficient.
They welded the pipe to the cylinder? WTF is that about? I used it when I had massive oil leaks but now the leaks are gone and I'm rolling bare back.Draglinkscc said:On the Ironhead Ive been thinking of doing some heat wrap to hide where the TOOLS welded the old pipe to the jug. How many of you have used it and or stand behind it? other then looks what purpose doea it serve?
I asked the guy who I got the bike from and he said he had NO idea who did it hahah.Polock Joe said:They welded the pipe to the cylinder? WTF is that about? I used it when I had massive oil leaks but now the leaks are gone and I'm rolling bare back.
=mike= said:To me , that stuff looks like . . .
A. you can't weld
B. you were too lazy to finish your bad welds
C. you couldn't afford chrome
C. you have a full race strip bike , and the finish of the welds is unimportant , but it does help out in the H/P department
D. it is in all the magazines and it is " cool "
Obviously I'm not saying this has anything to do with why you are considering doing it , but when I see pipe wrap on an otherwise pretty nice bike , that's what it makes me think of .
a lost cause said:Quick question.
Where do pipe wraps stand versus Jet Hot (inside and out)? Can anyone give me pro's and con's on both?
I have a Philly Steak and Cheese sandwich for the ride home mine can also double as a toaster ovenIrish Rich said:"I wonder what this guy is hiding under there?"