Fix it

Wrap your ex­haust prop­erly

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1Get ev­ery­thing ready

Get ev­ery­thing ready, as you won’t want this job to drag out. This in­cludes the wrap (we got our G-force black wrap from tex­tiletech­nolo­gies.co.uk), heat wrap in­su­la­tion tape, sil­i­cone spray paint for heat wrap­ping, scis­sors, stain­less ju­bilee clips, a bucket of cold wa­ter, very old clothes, gloves and a dis­pos­able ground sheet. Don’t get the wrap out just yet.

5Clip it in place

Use stain­less ju­bilee clips at both ends to keep the wrap in place. As there are mul­ti­ple sec­tions to this ex­haust, we’ve clipped it six times. If you’re likely to re­move your wrap in fu­ture then keep the screw vis­i­ble, if not then make sure you tighten the clip with the screw on the back­side of the ex­haust.

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