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Titanium Exhaust + burning lower = Need suggestions

For those of you that have titanium full systems, what do you do to control the exhaust from burning your lowers. I am having trouble with the headers/mid pipe burning my lower in a couple of sections, and with getting new bodywork I don't want this to occur with the new set. I have looked at trying to use exhaust wrap and some of the thermo shield / adhesive heat barriers but all of them say NOT for use with titanium exhausts. So if anyone has any insight on the best product to go about getting to resolve this issue.

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For those of you that have titanium full systems, what do you do to control the exhaust from burning your lowers. I am having trouble with the headers/mid pipe burning my lower in a couple of sections, and with getting new bodywork I don't want this to occur with the new set. I have looked at trying to use exhaust wrap and some of the thermo shield / adhesive heat barriers but all of them say NOT for use with titanium exhausts. So if anyone has any insight on the best product to go about getting to resolve this issue.

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my exhaust doesnt burn my lower at all....

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my exhaust doesnt burn my lower at all....
Congrats, want a cookie or something... doesn't help with the issue at hand
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Congrats, want a cookie or something... doesn't help with the issue at hand
well, your post doesnt give us shit to work with..... No bodywork brand, no pipe brand, no specifics on where the burn is, not even the bike year/model... dont get bitchy when you dont give us shit to work with.
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Have you looked into alumized heat shield/barrier stuff like a lot of stock fairings have... I think DEI makes some, but others do too.... Help us help you dude....

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Arrow full titanium system
Attack race bodywork
every heat shield adhesive backing product I have seen says not for use with titanium pipes
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Arrow full titanium system
Attack race bodywork
every heat shield adhesive backing product I have seen says not for use with titanium pipes
Your arrow stuff gets that close? Is it that the pipe sits too low, or the bodywork too high? where is the heat at?

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I would look into this... They even make turbo wraps, so Im sure they could probably help you out...


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well, your post doesnt give us shit to work with..... No bodywork brand, no pipe brand, no specifics on where the burn is, not even the bike year/model... dont get bitchy when you dont give us shit to work with.
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Have you looked into alumized heat shield/barrier stuff like a lot of stock fairings have... I think DEI makes some, but others do too.... Help us help you dude....

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that stuff is not cheap!

i think i would be interesting to see what the bike's/exhaust's temp after installing that stuff on the back of your lower fairings. i wonder if your engine/exhaust would be muffled? if so, probably very little.

i still the stock fairings which have some sort of wrapping, but its beginning to fall off in spots.

most track fairings say something along the line of 'they do not work with certain exhaust systems" or what have you.

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that stuff is not cheap!

i think i would be interesting to see what the bike's/exhaust's temp after installing that stuff on the back of your lower fairings. i wonder if your engine/exhaust would be muffled? if so, probably very little.

i still the stock fairings which have some sort of wrapping, but its beginning to fall off in spots.

most track fairings say something along the line of 'they do not work with certain exhaust systems" or what have you.
Three words that dont work well in a sentence together, motorcycle, track, and cheap.
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