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To experience either Peter or his son stand there and tell you their product is just the best, and hear how much profit you are going to glean off the sales as one of their "select" a real experience you really don't want to have. A real, first rate con job.

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Please dont lump Pro-Topline into the mess because I have them and I know many others who are very happy with them. All the issues people had with topline were issues i had seen in many manufacture of heads but people felt the need to bash them. Now that they are run by RHS you shouldnt have a problem getting a quality product. Back on subject this is how I found out about the pro-comp. I was pretty shocked that they would cheap out on some serious materials they use on their products. Just a matter of time that hotrodders rides burn up in flames.
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Excellent reference Shaggy. This is top-notch information.
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