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A added benefit to the expanded metal engine cover is I can lay my take-out Pizza box on it for the drive home and the Pizza is still hot when I get home. LOL! It really works. This is my test to see if the heat is venting off of the engine.

rocmoc n AZ/Baja

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A added benefit to the expanded metal engine cover is I can lay my take-out Pizza box on it for the drive home and the Pizza is still hot when I get home. LOL! It really works. This is my test to see if the heat is venting off of the engine.

rocmoc n AZ/Baja

Super Super Double Dupper Moderator (self proclaimed!) LOL!

It's not in you title, so it don't count, :P:lol:

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It's not in you title, so it don't count, :P:lol:

Well since were getting names I'll MAC DADDY Super Super Double Dupper Moderator LOL

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