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      03-24-2016 12:13 AM #76
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      07-23-2016 12:42 PM #77
      Quote Originally Posted by smoakie976 View Post
      Sexy! Love the copper Alphards!!
      What kind of rear bumper is that? I just installed a hitch but my stock bumper cover needs to be cut. I would rather get one like yours.


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      07-23-2016 03:29 PM #78
      Quote Originally Posted by brnsgrbr View Post
      What kind of rear bumper is that? I just installed a hitch but my stock bumper cover needs to be cut. I would rather get one like yours.


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      the stock bumper sits higher than his anyway. you should take a look at "hidden hitch". otherwise, you will still need to cut your bumper.

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      07-24-2016 01:12 AM #79
      Quote Originally Posted by Leray View Post
      the stock bumper sits higher than his anyway. you should take a look at "hidden hitch". otherwise, you will still need to cut your bumper.
      Westfalia hitch installed. Need that bumper. I didn't like how American hitches mount to the spare tire well metal. Additionally, I plan on class 2 trailers. Not just some class 1 bike attachment.

      Happen to know what that bumper is? I could remove that center lip.


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      07-25-2016 12:01 PM #80
      Quote Originally Posted by brnsgrbr View Post
      Westfalia hitch installed. Need that bumper. I didn't like how American hitches mount to the spare tire well metal. Additionally, I plan on class 2 trailers. Not just some class 1 bike attachment.

      Happen to know what that bumper is? I could remove that center lip.


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      its a rear "Votex R-line" bumper. replicas are pretty cheap, but fit poorly.

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      07-25-2016 09:03 PM #81
      Quote Originally Posted by Leray View Post
      its a rear "Votex R-line" bumper. replicas are pretty cheap, but fit poorly.
      Thanks. Are there any high quality rear aftermarket bumpers? Unfortunately, I have rep front bumper, so I know what you mean.


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      07-25-2016 09:35 PM #82
      Quote Originally Posted by brnsgrbr View Post
      Thanks. Are there any high quality rear aftermarket bumpers? Unfortunately, I have rep front bumper, so I know what you mean.


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      i believe you'll have fitment problem no matter the brand, except OEM of course. there are OEM r-line votex. they're jsut pricey

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      10-20-2016 05:40 PM #84
      new wheels look awesome.

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      10-20-2016 08:10 PM #85
      Quote Originally Posted by scirockalot8v View Post
      new wheels look awesome.
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      03-20-2017 06:04 AM #88
      My engine is coming along very well.



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      03-20-2017 09:15 PM #90
      Quote Originally Posted by mkiv_farfegnugen View Post
      My engine is coming along very well.


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      03-20-2017 09:29 PM #91
      Quote Originally Posted by vwturbowolf View Post
      What your power goal once finished?
      430 to 450hp is the goal... On low boost

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      03-20-2017 09:32 PM #92
      Quote Originally Posted by mkiv_farfegnugen View Post
      430 to 450hp is the goal... On low boost

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      Cool man. I'm right around there now. Going to dyno again while tuning this spring but last dyno I did 415 before i did my intake manifold and TB but the power range is fun as hell on the street
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      03-20-2017 09:47 PM #93
      Quote Originally Posted by vwturbowolf View Post
      Cool man. I'm right around there now. Going to dyno again while tuning this spring but last dyno I did 415 before i did my intake manifold and TB but the power range is fun as hell on the street
      Thats cool. Yeah i am not one for a ton of power just fun like you.

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