Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Getting Closer on the Exhaust for the '56 Panhead

Got some more work done on the exhaust Im pretty happy with how they are coming out so far  photo EA5F7C1B-FADC-43E8-BE40-378A88404312-4652-000002DE81A3084A_zps6d5de582.jpg  photo A51E300E-3592-4DC5-88A8-433E1D13E6E8-4652-000002DE7CBE633B_zpsae43d895.jpg  photo 2817F268-5E6C-4BDE-89ED-0C99F89ADD4C-4652-000002DE744F9202_zpsd52c5887.jpg  photo A768FB7E-3ABD-47F0-A77B-2B15777818A5-4652-000002DE6FC7FABE_zps9cae5601.jpg  photo F4D9DF4A-ECFF-4D3E-94D6-9DD4C2427F80-4652-000002DE6BF7675E_zps723ba750.jpg  photo 32AC7565-104C-408D-9792-558BB8D11D02-4652-000002DE53D4E9FD_zps4f5f803b.jpg old head pipe is just an idea of how it will sit  photo 32AC7565-104C-408D-9792-558BB8D11D02-4652-000002DE53D4E9FD_zps4f5f803b.jpg and I accomplished my goal of not being able to see the exhaust from the front of the bike  photo 41A987B7-9FE0-4DC9-9382-F7DECFE4877C-4652-000002DDE19419EB_zps130600ea.jpg

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