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Ouch that hurt. Bad way to blow up a motor.

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How much boost must it take to do that?? :shock: :shock: :shock:
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From what I've heard the put well over 100# thru those motors.... :shock:
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Some of the 4 turbo staged deals are up over 200 lb. :shock:

We run over 80# on our 505 alcohol cummins.



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How much boost must it take to do that?? :shock: :shock: :shock:

Answer: TOO MUCH

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Glad to see all the safety shielding helped keep everything contained to the engine compartment.

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I think he needs to put the top of his motor back on the bottom the motor and every thing will be alright. :lol:

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Some Duct Tape, A little Super Glue and JB Weld..... As Good as new !! :lol:
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Some Duct Tape, A little Super Glue and JB Weld..... As Good as new !! :lol:
Sounds like something out of a chevy service manual. :lol: :lol:
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can't forget the RTV and baling wire :!:

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can't forget the RTV and baling wire :!:
Thats for Chryslers.... :lol:
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can't forget the RTV and baling wire :!:
Thats for Chryslers.... :lol:
and imports :lol:

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I have heard the expression of opening it up, but I just thought it was hypothetical. :shock:

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