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mymint87

Mutt Mods complete...ready for orbital Journey

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yes....thats right twistheads.....

fuel cell modifications balistically altered to accept lithium liquids causing the rider to spazam into a bout of tourettes

Suspension slammed into the oliptical plane of perfection....

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plowed whoops and roosted flunkies

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That's pretty impresiive! I'm not sure I understand the fuel cell modification, can you explain?

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I included a close up of the fuel cell so you could see my muttacular sticker application skillz

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Those are nice stickers, I'd say they are good for atleast 6-700 hp, you should put wings on that thing and take down one of those Dreamliners.

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