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    Originally posted by slammins15
    Remember kids safety first always wear eye protection.
    OK.
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    Originally posted by bigjsp
    OK.
    I finally bought one of those JSP, it does fog up sometimes but its better then having metal drilled out of my eye balls :bigthumb:
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    Originally posted by 4.3 zach
    I finally bought one of those JSP, it does fog up sometimes but its better then having metal drilled out of my eye balls :bigthumb:
    I had some antifog coating I used to use on the inside of my helmet visor when I was racing, you might want to try some.

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    Originally posted by bigjsp
    I had some antifog coating I used to use on the inside of my helmet visor when I was racing, you might want to try some.
    Ill have to look into that, Thanks
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    Re: nice msd

    Originally posted by 355cid73vegagt
    that msd 6al sure does look nice ;)
    Hmmm i wonder why you would think that? thanks for the good deal on it btw.
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    looks real nice slammins , where did you move your rad overflow to? and what did you use to make the rad support? is that alumium and you bent it with one off those large sheetmetal benders? ..it looks perfect
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    Rad overflow? who needs a rad overflow? until I make one it just has a hose that goes down to the botom and drips all over when it gets hot. Before I drive it I will put one in front of the battery tray ,the vacuum ball is also under the battery tray.The shroud is aluminum I used a big sheet metal brake for worked awesome I am thinking about offering a few for sale if there is any interest price will be depending on the cost of the aluminum.
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