I recently added full Termi's to my 999s. I heat wrapped the pipes where close to the fairings and added heat resistant Thermo-Tec to the fairings as well. I have not run the bike except to see what the system sounds like. After the smoke cleared I found a spot where the factory insulation was too close to the pipe so I cut that out and covered the area with Thermo-Tec. I still can't ride on the roads because of snow so I have not really heated things up. In the meantime, I have been perusing forums and have seen several that warn of the possible damage to the pipes with heat wrap and canelled warranties because of the use of heat wrap. I don't know if they were talking about Termi's or not. I would appreciate input from anybody with actual first hand experience with heat wrap on Ducati/Termi pipes. I am thinking I may pull off the wrap and run the bike to see how the Thermo-Tec does by itself. I would rather take a chance with the fairings than the pipes at this stage. And the more I look around, the more I like a ceramic coating, more for looks than heat protection.