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i put three pics of the work done so far, hope this link works to photobucket

[url="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v489/V10MOJO/85724bd2.jpg>http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v489/V10MOJO/85724bd2.jpg
 

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Lovely jubbly, that 260 looks really great in there and I love the blacked out theme. I'm sure that the pics don't do the 'black chrome' enough justice though although it still looks awesome.
 

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looks great but let me know how it holds up..... I black chromed my exhaust and its not to good....looks good but its scratching up
 

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That looks sweet! Goes very well with the look of the Warrior!
 

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thnx for all the props, the pics literally do not do the black chrome justice. even though i liked the initial pics of the parts, i was floored when seeing them in person, night and day.

the pipes are Bubs JugHuggers. they were the loud and deep sound i was looking for and also aesthetics to blend with the bike as well. as for their performance, i really cannot comment as this bike is a cruiser and eyecandy IMO.

this weekend the 1.5 dragbars go on as well as a few other items. i just cannot wait until the weather breaks and knowing northeast ohio; probably not until May!

Matt, at Performance Edge, Akron Ohio, is the man who deserves the credit. i am glad i chose his shop to do the work and i know from now all my future work on bikes. he is first class and professionalism second to none. i have been in all types of racing and aftermarket upgrades with my dodge vipers, F-bodies, and Benzes for years nationwide and i will put this guy's CS and quality of product/service delivered up vs any tuner of any product in general comparison.
 
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