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Exhaust Silencer Insulation wool Loose for rear silencer 1000°C 400 grams
Exhaust Silencer Insulation wool Loose for rear silencer 1000°C 400 grams
Content 0.4 Kilogramm (74.88€ * / 1 Kilogramm)
29.95€ *

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Universal
Heat protection tape Silent Sport Black 10 m, heat resistant up to 750°C
Heat protection tape Silent Sport Black 10 m, heat resistant up to 750°C
Content 10 Meter (3.00€ * / 1 Meter)
29.95€ *

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Universal
Heat protection tape, exhaust tape, black,10 meter
Heat protection tape, exhaust tape, black,10 meter
Content 10 lfm (4.00€ * / 1 lfm)
39.95€ *

Delivery time 1 Working day

Universal
Heat protection tape, exhaust tape, heat resistant up to 700 ° C ,15 meters
Heat protection tape, exhaust tape, heat resistant up to 700 ° C ,15 meters
Content 15 lfm (2.66€ * / 1 lfm)
39.95€ *

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Universal
universal DB Killer IQ for race track
universal DB Killer IQ for race track
94.95€ *

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Motorcycle exhaust accessories for the race track

The exhaust on a motorcycle not only affects the appearance of your bike. It also determines the sound and has a great influence on the performance and characteristics of the engine. For your motorcycle exhaust you will find in TecBike offer

  • Universal DB killer for the racing circuit
  • Heat protection tapes in different versions
  • Damping wool for the exhaust

What is a DB Killer?

It is also called aDB eater. Its name reveals its task: it "destroys" dB (decibels). Thus, it reduces thevolume of the motorcycles. It usually does its job unseen in your motorcycle exhaust. Thus, it is a component of the motorcycle exhaust system that keeps the noise level within the legal limits.

Can you ride legally without a DB Killer?

On the road or racing, there are, as already described, legal requirements for the volume of motorcycles. Here, the permitted values for public road traffic differ from those for the race track.

To meet the now strict noise regulations of many racetracks even with a racing system, you can fall back on anadditional DB Killer.

Cool look and trendy heat protection

If the manifold of the exhaust is wrapped with aheat protection tape, your motorcycle gets a completely different and rather rough look. We'll show you how togive yourmotorcycle exhaust a new look.

What tools do you need?

  • Allen wrench
  • Socket wrench
  • Side cutters
  • Cable tie pliers
  • Scissors

The preparation

In our TecBike online store you can get heat protection tapes in different versions. They are 10 meters long. This should be enough even forlarge exhaust systems, so you don't have to start over in between.

We recommend that you have all the necessary parts ready in advance, as well as clamps, cable ties and stainless wire within easy reach. You will also need a bucket of clean water.

Dismantling the exhaust pipes will make the wrapping job much easier. If dismantling is not possible, you can of course also apply the heat protection tape to the mounted pipes.

Step 1: Soak the tape

Allow it to soak overnight. This will make the tape stretchier and more supple. At the same time it slips less. Caution: The wet tape can stain strongly. Gloves and work clothes should therefore not be missing.

Step 2: Set the mark

Before mounting, the manifold should be clean and rust-free. So that you know later to which place you can wrap the tape, set there a mark. Detach the muffler from the manifold.

Step 3: Winding

Basically, you always start winding from the muffler side. The individual windings should lie on top of each other like a roof tile. This is important because it is the only way to ensure that they offer the smallest possible surface area for rain, swirled up stones or the wind while driving.

For a clean and straight finish, wrap the first round at right angles to the tube. From the second round, wrap at an angle. There must be no gaps. The beginning is done according to your wishes? Fix it temporarily with a cable tie.

Step 4: Always wrap evenly

Wrap the tube until you reach your end mark. It is important to keep the tape evenly on tension. For a perfect final result, wrap at equal intervals.

Our tip: Keep the tape roll in the water while winding. You turn the exhaust. This way you easily prevent tape tangles and tangles. Moving parts and recesses must remain free and moveable, as must exhaust outlets.

Step 5: A clean finish

cut off excess heat shield tape at the end with scissors. Like the first wrap, the last wrap is applied at right angles to the pipe. Therefore, do not cut it too short. Again, a temporary cable tie is used.

The beginning and end still have to be fixed. Either stainless steel cable ties or hose clamps are suitable for this.

From insulation wool to heat protection tape: exhaust accessories for motorcycles

In our wide range of products in the TecBike online store, you will find everything you need to know aboutmotorcycle exhaust and exhaust accessories. We will be happy to advise you comprehensively and support you in your selection!

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Motorcycle exhaust accessories for the race track

The exhaust on a motorcycle not only affects the appearance of your bike. It also determines the sound and has a great influence on the performance and characteristics of the engine. For your motorcycle exhaust you will find in TecBike offer

  • Universal DB killer for the racing circuit
  • Heat protection tapes in different versions
  • Damping wool for the exhaust

What is a DB Killer?

It is also called aDB eater. Its name reveals its task: it "destroys" dB (decibels). Thus, it reduces thevolume of the motorcycles. It usually does its job unseen in your motorcycle exhaust. Thus, it is a component of the motorcycle exhaust system that keeps the noise level within the legal limits.

Can you ride legally without a DB Killer?

On the road or racing, there are, as already described, legal requirements for the volume of motorcycles. Here, the permitted values for public road traffic differ from those for the race track.

To meet the now strict noise regulations of many racetracks even with a racing system, you can fall back on anadditional DB Killer.

Cool look and trendy heat protection

If the manifold of the exhaust is wrapped with aheat protection tape, your motorcycle gets a completely different and rather rough look. We'll show you how togive yourmotorcycle exhaust a new look.

What tools do you need?

  • Allen wrench
  • Socket wrench
  • Side cutters
  • Cable tie pliers
  • Scissors

The preparation

In our TecBike online store you can get heat protection tapes in different versions. They are 10 meters long. This should be enough even forlarge exhaust systems, so you don't have to start over in between.

We recommend that you have all the necessary parts ready in advance, as well as clamps, cable ties and stainless wire within easy reach. You will also need a bucket of clean water.

Dismantling the exhaust pipes will make the wrapping job much easier. If dismantling is not possible, you can of course also apply the heat protection tape to the mounted pipes.

Step 1: Soak the tape

Allow it to soak overnight. This will make the tape stretchier and more supple. At the same time it slips less. Caution: The wet tape can stain strongly. Gloves and work clothes should therefore not be missing.

Step 2: Set the mark

Before mounting, the manifold should be clean and rust-free. So that you know later to which place you can wrap the tape, set there a mark. Detach the muffler from the manifold.

Step 3: Winding

Basically, you always start winding from the muffler side. The individual windings should lie on top of each other like a roof tile. This is important because it is the only way to ensure that they offer the smallest possible surface area for rain, swirled up stones or the wind while driving.

For a clean and straight finish, wrap the first round at right angles to the tube. From the second round, wrap at an angle. There must be no gaps. The beginning is done according to your wishes? Fix it temporarily with a cable tie.

Step 4: Always wrap evenly

Wrap the tube until you reach your end mark. It is important to keep the tape evenly on tension. For a perfect final result, wrap at equal intervals.

Our tip: Keep the tape roll in the water while winding. You turn the exhaust. This way you easily prevent tape tangles and tangles. Moving parts and recesses must remain free and moveable, as must exhaust outlets.

Step 5: A clean finish

cut off excess heat shield tape at the end with scissors. Like the first wrap, the last wrap is applied at right angles to the pipe. Therefore, do not cut it too short. Again, a temporary cable tie is used.

The beginning and end still have to be fixed. Either stainless steel cable ties or hose clamps are suitable for this.

From insulation wool to heat protection tape: exhaust accessories for motorcycles

In our wide range of products in the TecBike online store, you will find everything you need to know aboutmotorcycle exhaust and exhaust accessories. We will be happy to advise you comprehensively and support you in your selection!

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