Herpes came back

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  1. Fast6hand

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    That's pretty cool. Looks like the guy may of been hungover when welding that mounting tab on.
     
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    That's pretty cool. Looks like the guy may of been hungover when welding that mounting tab on.
     
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    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    Got my pipe in.

    I knew the silencer was messed up, probably why no one else bid the last 2 days. I didn't realize the rust was this bad but that's aight I will probably end up painting it black
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    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    rust so bad on the stinger i took grinder with sand disc. didnt even try wire wheel
     
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    Well here's my failed attempt. had amperage set about 3x what my brother just told me to use
     

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    oh man didn't think bout that, you filling it and fileing it down? doug did that with an aluminum bumper, filled a dent and sanded her out like youd never knew it happened
     
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    what about the aluminum foil and water trick?
    i used a paint/rust stripper disc before cuz wire wheel was not cutting it either:)
     
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    aluminum foil on the pipe? hah. 80 grit sand paper doesnt like taking it off. the foil is used more as a final polish because its very smooth

    tomorrow i will be using TIG again with what my brother suggested. i plan to fill in as much as i can on the top and then grind/file down excess.

    i also cant get the dent out to save my life. i used a vehicle dent pulled and it wouldnt budge. i heated around all the bends and wouldnt go. i heated the whole dent and it moved a little before i ripped the screw out. it is unfortunate that i would have to grind and reweld the plate in if i wanted to hammer it from the back side, but i might end up doing that because this dent will always bother me... even if i paint it black

    As for the silencer body, i started with 220 and then did 400 sand paper. after that i switched to steel wool and compound. if i had spent another half hour on it i could have possibly had mirror finish, but about 40% mirror its fine. im using high temp clear coat so it is very smooth and i like the look
     
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    I did 600, 800 followed by 1000 to get my mirror finish.... then polished with blue magic....looks dipped almost:) also if you have a dremel like I do, you can buy the brass type brushes and it literally eats rust back down to the chrome, or at least it did for me
     
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    last time i used a brass brush on our dremel i had bristles in my cheeks, arms and hands. needless to say we had a single speed ;)
     
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    i put a paint stripper disc on a corded, not battery operated drill till my arms hurt......and it worked:)
    thats all i got herp

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    Yea gotta have a multi speed, 12,24,36k rpm....only way to go.... crap hurts but I wear goggles and long sleeves now....lol
     
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    The stealth look is pretty nice. No more huge pipe to burn a leg on. The silencer tip will be black. I had it half welded up and then I smashed it... 1425586940824-710657872.jpg 1425586958361-1026188215.jpg 1425586980891-638140995.jpg
     
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    Very nice build to look over. good work on the build dude.
     
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    Any updates on this?

    Oh I have a question. Do you have to cut / trim the MFG race fender at all to make the hood fit? No trimming at the front of fender? Apart from cutting a hole for the air flow from scoop in hood.

    Looking into buying a hood for mine right now.
     
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    He got rid of this
     
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    oh. thats a shame. ways a mint as blaster.
     

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