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Thread: RSR 2.8 litre High Butterflies

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    Exclamation RSR 2.8 litre High Butterflies

    The owner tells me that this is one of two of these systems custom made by a technician in Germany. He says it makes lots of power. I think it looks cool as hell.
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    Kind of has that home made German tank look to it. But, my hat's off to him for trying. Not bad at all.

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