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Is that the key to the "DARKSIDE"?
Ahhh the darkside, Laughing Hopefully it will make it run just a wee bit better. Get some of the heat out of the engine.

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what did you use to seal the jugs to the case? why drill a hole in the teflon buttons?

Copper sealant, you drill a hole to let the oil out, the oil will screw with the weight of the pistons.

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What do you guys use for an air breather in the desert, Hedrock says the K&N with outerwears will work great but I think he is trying to sabotage me. Wink

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I think I like your avatar, Leather.


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Ok, I've had a few seconds to think about it- now I'm sure I like it.


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Ok, I've had a few seconds to think about it- now I'm sure I like it.

I really hate not being able to see pictures here at work. At least I know what picture he is using, from when he used it awhile back. Cool


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Thank God it's not still that Hillary picture- even as small as it was it was awful, as is any picture of Hildebeast.


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Am I going to have to change my avatar to get you guys to focus?

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Yes.


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Leather I really like the rail, A++


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What do you guys use for an air breather in the desert, Hedrock says the K&N with outerwears will work great but I think he is trying to sabotage me. Wink


i have a stock filter that came with the carb and outerware, k&n's, from what i've heard, dont filter out fine dust and its gets into your carb... Shocked


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Hedrock recommended the using the outerwear with the K&N, last thing I want is to be sucking up everybodies dust, will be using that setup I guess, just wondering what you guys use. Want to hit the dirt running so to speak. Very Happy

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An oiled-foam filter is the best for dust, but can restrict airflow. It's always a trade-off between airflow and dust control. A properly-oiled gauze filter, such as a K&N, provides what is supposed to be the optimum amount of airflow and the minimum amount of contaminant intake.


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An oiled-foam filter is the best for dust, but can restrict airflow. It's always a trade-off between airflow and dust control. A properly-oiled gauze filter, such as a K&N, provides what is supposed to be the optimum amount of airflow and the minimum amount of contaminant intake.


Yeah... What he said Razz

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i've been doing some reading and 350 and hedrock are correct...

i'd like to retract my above statement.... Embarassed


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i've been doing some reading and 350 and hedrock are correct...

i'd like to retract my above statement.... Embarassed


That took a very big man to do that Wink


Just kidding... I was just going by what we used to use back in the early 80's. I don't think there was such thing as an Outerwear back then but couldn't hurt to add one... right?

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