I've used perforated shrink tape from airtech (google it) that worked well, either without any release between the part and the tape (just make sure you remove it right away) and with peel-ply, and with peel-ply and breather. IMHO, the peel-ply & tape worked really well. I got some non-uniform, spiral ripples just using it alone, but I over wrapped, and then sanded it down to O.D. anyways.
Oven cure is best, but make sure you use a LOOONG cure epoxy, because the tape takes a certain amount of time to shrink. I figure if you plan it right, you can pre-heat your oven (if your piece will fit) to the tape's shink heat, and then kick it up to epoxy cure temp when you put the part in. Should give you plenty of wet-out, and the perforations expel epoxy nicely. The tape does stick to the epoxy pretty good if you don't use peel ply unless you take it off while the part is still warm, the tape is still semi-flexible. I did it on a lathe, and just pulled the loose end, and it would all come off!
Of course, I was working on some pretty short tubing, so you may not be able to fit it all in your oven.