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Re: Whoops!
« Reply #1 on: 01.11. 2018 12:19 »
 *smile* rofl++, love that crankshaft and pieces of rods still moving in the debris.
(...sorry for the "Schadenfreude" lol, and of course sorry for the owner\creator, but trying to get 2000hp more out of that engine was a very bad concept...)

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Re: Whoops!
« Reply #2 on: 01.11. 2018 13:03 »
*smile* rofl++, love that crankshaft and pieces of rods still moving in the debris.
Rather sad I thought; the poor little engine is still trying it's best to run  *sad2*

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Re: Whoops!
« Reply #3 on: 01.11. 2018 13:07 »
Yeah some never what to stop ,I had a Morris minor in our Garage ,the owner said it was down on power ,well it would on 3 cylinders wouldn't it , a rod was stuck through the engine block still chuffing away ! Others you can't even get to go bang !
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Re: Whoops!
« Reply #4 on: 01.11. 2018 19:06 »
G'day fellas.
Yep, had a couple of those (not quite as spectacular). Had the barrels lift off the crankcase at about 7500 RPM on the A7SS down Eastern Creek straight (twice). Tapping the bottom of the petrol tank for quite a few seconds before it stopped.
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