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Old 05-06-2012, 08:48:18 PM
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i just got this a week ago at lathrop mo, just gave it a new paint job runs good need a few more carb adjustments got a new id plate for it,they are too heavy to play with that may be my last engine of that size,but i love to hear them run
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Looking good!!

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Looking much better than it did in Lathrop. Nice job.

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recently restored wisconsin agnd new decals and spec plate sure runs good
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Lookin' mighty slick.
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Where did you get a new stamped steel data plate?

I am looking for one for my Wisconsin TJD

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wisconsin spec plate ebay. if he dont have any listed i have his email still somewhere
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wisconsin spec plate ebay. if he dont have any listed i have his email still somewhere
Thanks, id like one for my AHH too, also, that stack thats on that wisconsin looks cool as hell! Ill bet that engine sounds awesome!
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like to listen to them chug , wisconsins have a good sound
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Ahhhhhhhh i cant wait to hear mine run then!!!!!!!!!!!!

---------- Post added at 05:32 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:30 PM ----------

Ive been told from people on this site that they make ALOT of valve train noise.
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we made a stack for our ahh also and fired it up earlier this week ill get pics of it sat .they make alot of noise and wiegh a ton
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we made a stack for our ahh also and fired it up earlier this week ill get pics of it sat .they make alot of noise and wiegh a ton
Ya when i first got mine and TRIED to pick it up to move it, I about gave myself a hernia. And at that point i was like GOOD GOD! Whys it weigh so much?!?!?!?!?! Ive seen car engines and smaller experimental airplane engines that weigh less. Like the Rotax 912 experimental aircraft powerplant at just 121 pounds fully assembled. Im almost certain that the AHH weighs about 150 fully assembled. I had to have my brother help me move the wisconsin out of the back of my truck to my porch where i disassembled it last summer. Maybe Ill make a stack for my wisconsin too. Seeing as I cant obtain a hand starter crank for one very easily, Im thinking about doing an electric start conversion.
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they start easily with the hand crank if your mag is in good shape and your carb adjusted right,you will learn how to start it after you have cranked it enough i was rolling mine over to get it were i wanted it and it wasnt adjusted and backfire and crank hit my jaw no harm just another lesson learned post some pics of your ahh
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