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Old 04-17-2010, 08:28 PM
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Default Re: Disguising an engine

I had been trying to do something similar with my frame mounted engine. I was planning to cover the sides of the engine but leave the front, top and rear open for airflow. I plan to add some spacers between the cooling fins to reduce noise. To further reduce noise, I will use fiberglass wrap in the muffler, make an exhaust extension, and make a baffled air box for the intake.
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