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|07-20-2006, 09:10 AM||#1|
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Big Thanks to...
Ownage, Marcus and Marcus for absolute determination and not allowing a stock exhaust get the better of them!!! Via hammers, hacksaws, screwdrivers, grinders, mallets and rivets the boys at "name to be determined" garage truly Pimped my Can!!!
Pictures are not yet available but I can definately CONFIRM these boys were absolutely the first in the WORLD to chop a Triumph Daytona 650 stock eaxhaust to create one of a stump, probably!
Not only has the look been improved but the sound is FILTHY! Just how I like it! Keep an eye on these guys making it big, if you need repairs or upgrades these guys will be in business soon!
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