You know that and so do i . Myself i have no desire to screw with motorcycles . But i have spent enough time with some pretty awsome engines in my time on a dyno and i can tell ya they get HOT and on more then one dyno run of long term not just run it up load it and shut it down and say oh yea we got x Hp. this is a run on to see how LONG it will hold before it makes spare pieces and parts. I have heads so hot that you could almost see the flash of the fire thru the port and the headers going up thru the ceiling glowing pure red . I would hate to see what he would have to say about my old 350 small cam Cummings that was cranked up . Not only did the manifold glow so did the turbo the exhaust pipe all the way up to the bottom of the muffler . Never melted he down but i did blow a head gskt and only got a half million miles out of her. My 806 on the bagger will glow the manifold and muffler with a foot of fire out the top . She has just a little south of 10000 hours on her and she has never been touched that i know of and i have had her for 24 years. But according to him i don't know what i am doing with carbs , guess that is why people bring them here for rebuilds and have me come out a set them up on there tractors . I really don't care what people use for fuel or what they do with there toys . I use to try and help people FOR FREE when i should have set up a web site and CHARGED . IF the rest of the know it alls knew how to fix there JUNK they would not be asking on here . Keep in mind Myself Pete 23 and Owen made our livings fixen I H tractors .
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