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06-14-2013 08:14:12

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It is perfectly acceptable to run the 30 series oval muffler from a 630 or 730. No loss of power and the tractor will be stealthy. Unless operating in an unlimited class. straight pipe operators and owners of pickups with stacks are insecure about their little p*nises .

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north puller

06-15-2013 07:26:53

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 Re: muffler?? in reply to buickanddeere, 06-14-2013 08:14:12  
Last pull i was at the winners had straight pipes. The guys with mufflers like to talk about p*nises.

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06-15-2013 10:08:58

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 Re: muffler?? in reply to north puller, 06-15-2013 07:26:53  
Thanks for replying. I was struggling with this topic last night and didn"t know how to respond. Wasn"t sure how p-nises were related to strait pipes! Besides why the hell would you run a muffler? I run strait pipes. Guess I have a small p-nis according to this jack wagon!

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06-15-2013 12:58:43

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 Re: muffler?? in reply to nos88, 06-15-2013 10:08:58  
I have been struggling with how to reply to as i run a straight pipe too, then i had to pee and i couldn't find it and i thought the peni$ Guru was right, but then i remembered it was in the other pocket whew!!!!. I guess all the nascar teams run open exhaust so they don't make to much power so they can go slower LOL, Chuck
This post was edited by chucksoliver77 at 12:59:38 06/15/13.

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06-15-2013 12:37:36

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 Re: muffler?? in reply to nos88, 06-15-2013 10:08:58  
You are looking for attention by making noise that isn't making the tractor pull farther. Straight stacks are recognized by mental health experts as being a phallic symbol.

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06-15-2013 07:56:12

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 Re: muffler?? in reply to north puller, 06-15-2013 07:26:53  
If the audience can't tell who placed 1st. They are not going to be bright enough to notice the noise either.

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north puller

06-15-2013 08:26:02

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 Re: muffler?? in reply to buickanddeere, 06-15-2013 07:56:12  
Its kind of like Nascar. You build a motor and a chassis and try and make it work better than the other guys, but the noise might be the best part of the show. Nobody would go watch car races if they ran mufflers. 3mph antique tractors arn't that exciting to watch as is. If they all had mufflers, nobody would watch.

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