Moto Fire Shield Sleeve

Moto Fire Shield Sleeve

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  • Continuous operating temperature of 450°F, 700°F intermittent

  • Capable of reducing up to 60% of radiant heat

  • Silicone layer can be cleaned and protects against abrasion

  • Helps to prevent vapor lock, protects wires from melting

  • Bulk rolls available

  • Made in the USA

Part No Description
210010 3/8-id x 3 ft Red
210011 3/8-id x 10 ft Red
210012 1/2-id x 3 ft Red
210013 1/2-id x 10 ft Red
210014 3/4-id x 3 ft Red
210015 3/4-id x 10 ft Red
210040 3/8-id x 3 ft Black
210041 3/8-id x 10 ft Black
210042 1/2-id x 3 ft Black
210043 1/2-id x 10 ft Black
210044 3/4-id x 3 ft Black
210045 3/4-id x 10 ft Black

The rugged silicone covering makes this heat proof wire sleeve resistant to chemicals, non combustible, and abrasion resistant. The heat resistant wire loom also reduces fraying to a minimum. This rugged covering makes Fire Shield Sleeve™ ideal for welding lines and cables on your bike. You can also use Fire Shield Sleeve™ for brake lines, fuel lines, wiring harnesses, and cables. Fire Shield Sleeve is a heat resistant wire loom that stands 450°F continuous and works great for areas where harsh environments exist that require heat shield insulation.

Install Exhaust Wrap

Required equipment: safety glasses, dust mask, gloves, scissors or utility knife

Pretty easy, just cut to length!

Pro Tip: Compress or “bunch” the sleeve length wise, and stretch the opening of the sleeve then slide over. It may also help to coat fitting or terminal with silicone or dry graphite spray before sliding over. To decrease the id of sleeve after it slides over fitting/terminal pull on both ends of the sleeve to stretch the length.

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Insulation Type: Dissipates heat



The following conversion is a guide for AN hoses only. The conversion reflects the most common conversions for AN hose sizes, however there may be some variances with different manufactureres. Always double check by measuring the OD of your hose. Always verify the OD of your hose, you may use a caliper or sliding an open end wrench over the hose. If you are still unsure verify with the manufacturer of the hose as to their specific OD. By using this calculator you acknowledge this is a guide only and it is ultimately your responsibility to verify the correct OD of your AN line.








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