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Twin Dragster Engines with Zoomies

I fabbed the center Zoomies (Exhaust) and figured I'd share an engine fireup and show the flywheels this time. Should have the intakes fabbed soon with 3 Strombergs on each. Enjoy and Merry Christmas!


 


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