Titanium Protect-A-Boots™ XL are the latest in thermal protection technology for spark plug boot protectors. Developed from a unique material mined from lava rock, stranded and woven into a proprietary weave for added durability and strength, yet is pliable enough to provide a universal fit for straight or angled boots. Titanium Protect-A-Boots XL are naturally resistant to heat, chemicals, abrasions and contaminants, and are engineered to withstand temperatures up to 1800°F (983°C) of direct heat. High horsepower engine compartments are known for extreme heat that can put spark plug boots and wires at risk. With excessive heat generated from the exhaust manifold and headers the ignition system is vulnerable to the potential of burning, hardening and cracking of ignition wires and boots that could lead to arching, engine misfire and potential ignition system failure. Titanium Protect-A-Boots™, with LR technology, are engineered to handle extreme heat, providing the ultimate protection for today's high voltage ignition systems for many applications including automotive, marine and powersports and are available in either a two-pack or eight-pack. The color and weave work together to give DEI's Titanium Protect-A-Boots™ a "cool" carbon fiber appearance that looks great under the hood – ideal for race, street, show cars and off road vehicles.
- Ultimate protection for spark plug boots & wires
- Withstands heat up to 1800°F (983°C)
- Universal fit for most straight or angled boot
- Strong, durable & long lasting construction
- Resistant to most abrasions, chemical & contaminants
- Cool carbon fiber look
- Perfect for LS Motors!
- Extra large 8in boots
- No restricting steel ring
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