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Old 11-17-2005, 03:49 PM   #1
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sucks for this guy.....

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Old 11-17-2005, 08:41 PM   #2
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NOS go PSSSTTT........Mota go BOOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Seen that before....funny everytime lol


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Was it just my set-up, or was the audio on that video awful?

And, yeah, thats what you get for over juicing......
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That blows... literally. What do you expect. Its a Fix Or repair Daily.
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Was it just my set-up, or was the audio on that video awful?

And, yeah, thats what you get for over juicing......
ya the audio was terrible.....that is why NOS is dangerous...if that happened to a alum intake....imagine what it would do to our Plastic
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well...it would be the first documented case of an L67 motor throwing an Eaton */C airborne im sure.
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Metal on metal I don't think there'* a good chance. Buit the L36'*..with their plastic..lol
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Metal on metal I don't think there'* a good chance. Buit the L36'*..with their plastic..lol
Im pretty sure that a backfire could blow the case of the */C
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Agreed, My point is the metal stands a better chance of withstanding the force. Maybe breaking a couple bolts. Whereas the plastic would crack and give.

Similar to the strengths of a wooden bridge that gives over a metal or concrete bridge with less give.
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