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Model 30 Exhaust

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Any of you fellow FM'rs that are running the model 30

(3HP) augers with the "earpopping" exhaust.

There is help!

IF interested, you can email me, to discuss what i'v done

to improve this.

j369lake@yahoo.com

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I give my dad heck about that everytime out.

"Dad, when are you going to get rid of your Jiffy-Pop?" grin.gifgrin.gif

I actually love it! It's a classic sound although noisy!

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hanson;

You have mail.

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Ya I like that Jiffy cackle too. Heck I may even put a tiny tuned header on mine.

Roam-Roam...ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!

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Roam-Roam...ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!

Over time, noise like that, can lead to perminent ear damage,in the form of ringing.

Heck, it sounds like "Christmas" all year long.

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Being next to one of those is like riding behind a snowmobile that has a pipe.

BRRRRRRRAAAAAAAAPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!

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