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Air-Cooled Stover twin cylinder head


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Old 10-02-2005, 01:27 AM
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Default Air-Cooled Stover twin cylinder head

A friend of mine would like to see what the head looks like for an air-cooled Stover with two cylinders. He would like to machine a head but doesn't know how much to take out for the area above the cylinders and what direction the fins go. Does anyone have a picture of a twin cylinder air-cooled Stover?

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