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    Thanks, Harry! Almost time for a VT cruise!
    Al Cournoyer
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    Quote Originally Posted by alanc48 View Post
    And she is done. Took her for a nice spin today

    Stunning build Alan, looks and sounds great.

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    Thanks Tibbs! Here she is ready for the race

    Al Cournoyer
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    Quote Originally Posted by alanc48 View Post
    Thanks Tibbs! Here she is ready for the race

    brilliant, that looks like the best event on the planet at the moment, bee following it on Instagram,

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    Al, are your exhaust headers aftermarket? How did they fit and where did you get them? I'm working on a 42 WLA also. I've heard the aftermarket headers don't fit and look for OEM. OEM, seem to be hard to come by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCoul View Post
    Al, are your exhaust headers aftermarket? How did they fit and where did you get them? I'm working on a 42 WLA also. I've heard the aftermarket headers don't fit and look for OEM. OEM, seem to be hard to come by.
    Yes, aftermarket. I got them from Dennis Corso, they took a little massaging but fit good.
    Al Cournoyer
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    Thanks Al. How did the TROG go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCoul View Post
    Thanks Al. How did the TROG go?
    It was awesome, we had such a good time!

    Al Cournoyer
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    Just got back from the West Coast TROG. Hasn't rained in Pismo for a year and a half but it did last weekend. Washed out Sunday's racing but they managed to get in Saturday. 15,000 diehards stuck it out and had a great time. Sunday was spent bench racing, car show, antique bike show, vintage trailer show, surf music. They Oilers made the best of a soggy situation and I'm thinking next year they will "knock it outa the park". Rick Petko through down the gauntlet saying East Coast kicked some West Coast ass so I'm thinking the racers will up the ante next year. My bike should be done by then. It's only a little modified. Bigger intake valves, bigger intake manifold, 1 1/4" carb. Looking forward to it!

    How'd your bike run?

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