What Are Exhaust Wraps?

Keeping more heat inside your exhaust system has multiple benefits. It increases exhaust system efficiency, reduces under-hood and under-car heat, significantly reduces the amount of heat components near the exhaust system are exposed to, and helps to reduce the risk of severely burning yourself on a hot exhaust pipe when working on your vehicle.

Black Titanium Exhaust Wrap is one of the best ways to keep more heat in your exhaust system, especially when it comes to insulating exhaust header and manifold pipes.hiwowsport has spent decades developing and evolving the best and most durable exhaust wraps available to insulate pipes and reduce the amount of heat they radiate.

·Titanium wrap designed to be stronger and more durable than most wraps for improved thermal performance and reliability
·Withstands 300°F direct heat and 2500°F intermittent heat
·Promotes flow, improves performance; reduces thermal and vibrational decomposition
·Very flexible, tight and secure wrap
·Highly resistant to wear, oil spills, thermal and vibration decomposition
·Suitable type: Universal

Precautions for using Black Titanium Exhaust Wrap

Catalytic Convertors: Wrapping of the catalytic converter is not recommended, as overheating can lead to reduced lifetime of the converter.

Removal: Exhaust 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.

Titanium Exhaust Pipe Systems: hiwowsport 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. If you are seeking to reduce the heat on a titanium exhaust system, hiwowsport recommends using alternatives such as our flexible heat shields.

Color Fade: While the performance and properties of Black Titanium wrap does not deteriorate, the black color will fade over time and with use. It will fade faster in higher heat applications such as during racing and on turbo manifolds. If it does fade, it will fade to the color of the Original Titanium wrap.

Benefits of Installing exhaust wrap

Whether it’s a street car, race car or a vehicle that sees a bit of both, installing exhaust wrap provides multiple benefits that increase performance while improving reliability and longevity. Any time you can control and reduce the amount of heat being radiated from your exhaust system, from the headers all the way to the tail pipe, you car, truck or motorcycle will be better off and so will you.

Installing exhaust wrap results in:

Improved reliability due to reduced heat exposure to vehicle components near the exhaust system
Increased engine performance from the exhaust system working more efficiently
Safer work environment when working near hot exhaust
Lower interior temperatures for increased driver/passenger comfort

Install Extreme Stainless Steel Heat Shield Function

Extreme Stainless Steel Heat Shield is one of the most effective, efficient thermal barrier materials on the market. Its specially formulated BioCool material reduces the amount of heat an exhaust pipe radiates up to 70 percent. That heat is kept in the pipe/exhaust system, helping to improve exhaust system performance through increased exhaust gas temperatures (EGT) and exhaust gas velocities.

Installing Extreme Stainless Steel Heat Shield Does the Following:

• Reduces radiated exhaust heat and heat exposure under-vehicle components are subjected to

• Improves exhaust gas scavenging from engine cylinders for improved engine performance through increased exhaust gas temperatures and velocities

• Helps lower vehicle interior temperatures by reducing floorpan exposure to radiated exhaust heat

Extreme Stainless Steel Heat Shield is different from other thermal insulation product

Because it is so efficient at keeping more heat in the exhaust system, if you were to fully insulate and exhaust pipe with Heatshield Armor, it would contain so much extra heat most exhaust pipes would surpass the thermal limit of their steel alloy. This causes the pipe to start degrading and rusting, eventually ending in failure with the pipe basically dissolving into a powder of rust particles. This is why you often see cheap exhaust headers and exhaust pipes start rusting and coming apart after a short time because the steel alloy they’re made from doesn’t have a high enough heat rating to withstand the extra heat exhaust insulation contains in the pipe.

-21″ * 24″ Part NO.HHSS2124
-42″ * 24″ Part NO.HHSS4224
-59″ * 24″ Part NO.HHSS5924

Features & Benefits:
-Dimpled stainless steel face
-The product is suitable for operating at temperatures up to 980°C
-Use as barrier to reflect and insulate from any heat source
-Hi-temp adhesive for easy installation
-Stainless steel side should face the heat
-Only 6mm thick
-Backing: Adhesive

Why it’s necessary to leave a gap when installing Extreme Stainless Steel Heat Shieldr on exhaust pipes and not fully wrap/insulate the exhaust pipe?

Because ofExtreme Stainless Steel Heat Shield exhaust insulation’s efficiency cutting up to 70% of radiated heat from exhaust pipes, it’s important to leave a gap between the ends of the insulation during installation so the exhaust pipe has just enough uninsulated area to “breathe” and dissipate a small amount of heat so the pipe doesn’t exceed the maximum sustained temperature rating of the pipe’s steel alloy.

Not fully wrapping an exhaust pipe or header in Extreme Stainless Steel Heat Shield exhaust insulation, leaving a gap between the ends of material allows the pipe to “breathe” and dissipate a small amount of heat. While the insulation still significantly reduces the radiated heat coming from the exhaust pipe, the small amount the gap lets out helps to keep the exhaust pipe from getting too hot and surpassing its maximum sustained temperature rating.

What is Gold Heat Reflective Wrap

Gold Heat Reflective Wrap solves the problem of heat soak into air boxes, seats, firewalls, transmission tunnels and intakes.

Gold Heat Reflective Wrap solves the problem of heat soak into air boxes, seats, firewalls, transmission tunnels and intakes.

Gold Heat Reflective Wrap is an adhesive heat shield made from a metalized polyimide laminated to a light weight glass fiber cloth with a high temperature pressure sensitive adhesive for use in extreme temperature swing environments. Our lightweight, adhesive thermal shielding is easily applied and won’t lift off. It’s minimal clearance and ease of use makes Gold Heat Reflective Wrap a highly effective material for firewalls, fuel cells, engine covers, under hoods, engine compartment, bulk heads, seat bottoms, and anything or area that needs protection from heat.

For firewalls, bulkheads, engine covers, floors, seat bottoms & more

Handles continuous temps up to 500°F

Resists UV degradation for long-term performance

Adhesive protected by release liner rated up to 325°F

0.0065″ thick

Easy to apply, won’t lift off

What are the performance advantages of Gold Heat Reflective Wrap

Why GOLD? Why not any other reflective surface like foil heat tape? Copper? Silver? Glass? Well, Gold states the best reflective qualities and so can reflect away outstanding levels of radiant heat. Our Gold Heat Reflective Wrap Reflective Heat Tape and sheets are capable of reflecting away around 80% of all radiant heat coming it’s way.

When used correctly, our Gold Heat Reflective Wrap can be used to protect intake components and therefore lowering your intake temperatures. Lower intake temperatures create a bigger bang in the combustion chamber and therefore a more powerful and more efficient engine running cycle. Our Gold Heat Reflective Wrap is also vital for ensuring that components such as fuel cells, ECUs, heat shields and bulkheads are working at their optimal without the chance of damage due to excess heat.

Our Gold Foil Tape sheets and tapes come with a self-adhesive layer of specially designed woven glass fibre, this will also provide additional convectional heat protection. The top surface layer is composed of a deep shine gold with no UV degradation.

Custom Color Accepted: Black, Blue, Red, Silver,etc (Different Temperature Resistance)
Custom Packaging Accepted: Please Contact sales@hiwowsport.com For Detail Price

Product information and uses of Gold Heat Reflective Wrap

Part No.                   Size:

GT-010-15: 1” x 15′ Roll(25.4mm*4.5m)

GT-020-15: 2” x 15′ Roll(50.2mm*4.5m)

GT-020-30: 2” x 30′ Roll  (50.2mm*9m)

GT-020-020: 20” x 20” Piece (502mm*502mm)

This blanket can be also customed for your own size and has a very wide range of USES. For example, it can protect the Subaru Racing Levorg’s fuel tank, cockpit, exhaust tunnel and intake pipework to insulate from convectional heat transfer and reflect away radiant heat. Other uses include, swirl pot insulation, master cylinder insulation, or ECU/Electronics insulation. Unlike traditional Gold Heat Tape, the gold heat wrap blanket provides the best of both worlds with insulation and the gold to reflect additional heat away.

Reflective gold surface will reflect away 80% of all radient heat, whilst the woven insulation polymer beneath will protect from the convectional heat transfer. These blankets are designed to protect the components beneath from harmful liquids and debris. Some uses include: exhaust manifolds, bulkheads, radiator heat shielding,etc.


Temperature Resistance: 260℃ (500℉)

Custom Color Accepted: Black, Blue, Red, Silver,etc (Different Temperature Resistance)

Custom Packaging Accepted: Please Contact sales@hiwowsport.com For Detail Price

The most commonly used gear profile is the involute profile

If only the outer circumference of the friction wheel is divided into equal pitches, the protrusions are installed, and then they mesh with each other and rotate, the following problems will occur:

The tangent point of the gear teeth produces slip
The movement speed of the tangent point is sometimes fast and sometimes slow
Vibration and noise

The gear teeth are both quiet and smooth, which is why the involute curve is born.