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I'm going to order some stainless steel hose clamps to secure my header wrap, I'm currently using the flimsy Home Depot style clamps.

I did not measure my pipes once I wrapped it but I thing the diameter was 2 inch in the straight piece in front of the clutch and 1.5 inch for the rest.

Anyone can confirm or do I have to take the plastics off to measure?


Thanks a bunch.


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That sounds correct , if I remember. You can also use tie wire to hold the wrap in place.
 

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That sounds correct , if I remember. You can also use tie wire to hold the wrap in place.
Thanks Desertdog, I will go ahead and order for 2 inch and 1.5 inch diameter. I think those clamps have a range of 1/2 inch or so, so I should be good.
Yeah, I thought about tie wire but I'm kinda picky, it was to work flawless AND look good :)

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I bought some stainless steel zip ties for securing the wrap to the headers , I havnt tried them yet , lol
 

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I bought some stainless steel zip ties for securing the wrap to the headers , I havnt tried them yet , lol
I'm looking at them, heavysleds mentioned them in an earlier tread as well.
Seems like they're a bit cheaper than the clamps.....





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Measure the mid-pipe in the rear and add a bit to the diameter to compensate for the header wrap.
 
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