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Exahust so i wrapped my header pipes in exhaust wrap ( thought id have enough for the muffler tips to but i was mis informed as to how far 25 ft. will go) and my question is as it heats up they start to smoke, ive never wrapped exahust before so im assuming they are suposed to do that untill they really get broken in about how long though should that happen

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They will probably smoke for about 100 miles or so. they will also shrink. Caution...... depending on the brand you put on, they may even start to stink a bit, especially if they get wet.. this happened to a friend of mine. But, I have no idea what type he put on.. Im assuming he put on the cheapest he could find.. So it may be different in your application.

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