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Reckon this will buff out ?

Little wax and a buff maybe ?
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Ya might need a little rubbing compound for them stubborn spots,


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Ya might need a little rubbing compound for them stubborn spots,
Just a little humor. Getting it tig welded it so my carb sits under it.
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Just a little humor. Getting it tig welded it so my carb sits under it.
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So you're going to french in a velocity stack to make assembly disassembly almost as grueling as a stock system? (-;

Can you mike the metal thickness of the tank?
On the side and the tunnel.
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So you're going to french in a velocity stack to make assembly disassembly almost as grueling as a stock system? (-;

Can you mike the metal thickness of the tank?
On the side and the tunnel.
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I'm thinking he's just going with a different carburetor since he said he cut the tank so the carb fits the bike?
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Flex tape should do the trick.
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