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Well i have been riding the big bike a bit lately and i was thinking after it sitting for 2yrs not being ridden that was in need of a little upgrade. i got the shrouds From a buddy that never put them on and called Up MagikSc to finish out the bike, and this is what we got.

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Looks good, you should show your exhaust a little love. While on the subject, what is the wire on the mega bomb? I've never seen that before.

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If I am ever unable to ride for some reason I think I will still buy a new bike every couple years just to look at.

They are just the coolest looking pieces of machinery ever !!!!

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Looks good, you should show your exhaust a little love. While on the subject, what is the wire on the mega bomb? I've never seen that before.

what do you mean about showing it a little love? and the gaurd is someting i made just to keep the boots and paints from melting and denting it up. seen to many mega bombs go to wast that way

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Did you weld on those screw heads to a hose clamp or how did you put that deflector on ??

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what do you mean about showing it a little love? and the gaurd is someting i made just to keep the boots and paints from melting and denting it up. seen to many mega bombs go to wast that way

I meant that the pipe is dirty. showing it some love would be to scrub it clean.

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If I am ever unable to ride for some reason I think I will still buy a new bike every couple years just to look at.

They are just the coolest looking pieces of machinery ever !!!!

with ya on that:applause:

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judging by your user name you are as big of a motorcycle junkie as me !!! i cant think of a better way to spend the hard earned dollar .

cheers !!!!

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I meant that the pipe is dirty. showing it some love would be to scrub it clean.

ya i got ya but that is clean for it, i had went out riding at this local sand track and it had just rained and that is the sand that got burned on to it and wont come off at all 👍 wich sux b/c i loveed the look of it when it was new

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Looks great man!

Did you see this?

IRS raids office of Torco Racing Fuels' Knoll

Associated Press Sports

updated 4:19 p.m. ET, Thurs., Aug. 14, 2008

DECATUR, Mich. (AP) -Internal Revenue Service agents raided the business office of Evan Knoll, president and chief executive of Torco Racing Fuels Inc. and one of drag racing's biggest names.

IRS spokesman Stephen Moore said the agents executed a search warrant Thursday at the office in downtown Decatur, about 150 miles west of Detroit.

Agents also had a search warrant for a residence in the southwestern Michigan village, but Moore declined to say whose home it was or what the agents were seeking.

Telephone calls seeking comment were made to Knoll's office and to his Decatur home, but there was no answer at either location. A phone message was left at the Ada office of his lawyer, Larry Wilson.

About 20 federal agents and deputies from the Van Buren County Sheriff's Office were involved in the operation, Moore told the Kalamazoo Gazette for an online story.

Undersheriff Paul Edwards said federal agents had an 8 a.m. briefing at the sheriff's office in nearby Paw Paw before heading to Knoll's business office.

Edwards said the IRS contacted his department Wednesday and asked the agency to provide a "uniformed presence'' during the search. The federal agents did not tell local authorities what they hoped to confiscate or why, he said.

Knoll and his businesses have been hit with three federal lawsuits since April 2007 that allege contract breaches and seek millions of dollars.

Knoll Gas Motorsports announced in January, less than a month before the season began, that it was withdrawing millions of dollars of sponsorships from a number of drag racing teams.

Knoll recently stopped construction of a $2 million home in Decatur and several contractors have filed liens against the property for unpaid invoices, the newspaper reported.

He has remained out of the public spotlight for a number of months, citing lingering health issues related to a 2004 car crash that injured his head.

© 2008 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

URL: http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/26206302/

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Matt, how'd you make that guard? Did you weld some sort of screw to a hose clamp? Looks like that wire is tightened to a clamp with those screws...

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