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    wow!!!!!!!!!!!!! :shock:
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    Ouch :!: That will probably leave a mark.
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    OUCH !
    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$
    It started bogging down just before it blew. You'd athunk they'd of shut 'er down right then !?!?
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    I think we need a new gasket kit. :shock:
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    $$$$$$$$$$

    costly but better on the dyno than in the car when it scattered, as many people know when they come apart and your at the wheel you will remember that very well. Fluids are nasty on tires at high MPH
    Now it is a sad tale, at the wheel it maybe more. The type of stuff we do causes things to break ? I still feel sorry $$$$$. Good luck guys and have a safe memorial w/e

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE TheRabbit's Avatar
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    Looks like they did that on purpose. No way in he!! would I run my motor that long at that high rpm. Make a few quick pulls to XXX RPM and be done.

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    Did anyone else notice the exhaust hose seem to swell up a couple seconds before it blew?

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    Strange. Either it got melting HOT or was 'blocked'...???
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    and then there are STUPID dyno operaters !!!!!!
    you could see it failing in the exhaust----SHUT IT DOWN--A CASE OF MORE MONEY THEN BRAINS :shock: :evil:


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