Great photo cataloging. I read his description of the painting technique. Considering how casual he approached it (just spraying at an angle to not get the black inside the fins) it came out amazing. Seems he's got the artistic touch, as well as the technical. The black and gold is sharp.And the shot of the engine in the oven warms my heart. Better than chocolate chip cookies.Thanks.
Chuck, thanks for the info--so the apparent header upsweep is from cocking the front of the pipe downward in the mounting bracket?Or is the muffler just straight-back and I'm being decived by the photos?
How did you restore your timing and primary covers? Mine are anything but shiny these days and I was actually considering painting them.
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