Nissan Titan BLOWS MOTOR!!!!!!!

No Tyrel , thats not the K&N air filter this time, its your brand new nissan Titan hydrolocking the motor and breaking the crankshaft !!!!! this was my ex buddies truck his mommy and daddy bought him, so a couple of us REAL OFF ROADERS decided to convince him to take it out. . 6" lift, 35" tires, Exhaust, etc. . so He let me "try it out" . . i knew it had a warranty so I "TRIED IT OUT" LOL enjoy. . . P.S. once they found muddy water in the manifold and cylinders that didnt warranty it

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