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Hot!Bodywork advice please

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2020/08/16 19:23:28 (permalink)
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Bodywork advice please

Hi all,
 
As the old girl heads into the panel beater is there anything I should be doing while I have this chance?
 
I have the exhaust cutout for twin, any advantage to going back to the original config? I will be beefing up the engine, so maybe keep the twin setup? 
 
Are there any modern updates that can be carried out for maybe handling? or even mud/rust prevention?
 
That's all I can think of for the moment.
 
Cheers team!
 
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    Re: Bodywork advice please 2020/08/17 20:25:05 (permalink)
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    Original exhaust will be quieter and depending on headers and tube size you might not lose too much power, and probably not noticeable in street driving if you did.
     
    Make sure they have a good look on the under side of the rear shelf under the rear window, above the fuel tank.  The little drains rust out but you have to get your head or mirror right under there to see it.
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    Re: Bodywork advice please 2020/09/08 18:00:36 (permalink)
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    Thanks mate, decided to keep the twin setup :)
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