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Awesome Zane...just Awesome.  Yep, you are right...just about a 6 to 8" curved at the top stack would finish it.  I think they call it a "bullhorn curved" chrome stack.  You are going to be like a kid in a candy store at the show.  Congratulations Mate.  :)

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Congratulations Zane... :handgestures-thumbsup:

your :wh: is looking really good.

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Thanks a bunch, Glenn. Its looking like the motor has to come apart now though. Governor isn't working properly.

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Looking real good for a first time project, better than new from the factory. 

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ZANE. You have done a great job in a short time. Whats the next model you will be doing?

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HAHA good one bitten. I'm not even done with this one! Might have to twar down the engine to fix the governor. But thanks a bunch :)

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