Attempt #1 Blowing Up Subaru LX 1.6L Motor ................ FAILED
Attempt #1 at Blowing up a Subaru LX 1.6L Motor. The motor has nothing but oil in it, it has roughly 280000klms on it.
Attempt #1 failed because the computer but the engine into Fail Safe because there was no water in the radiator...... Well derrrr it has no radiator.
Stay Tuned for Attempt #2, the engine will DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Engine Blow up at school
This is what happens when you don't tighten the cam shaft bolts to specs.
We took the engine apart and all of the valves needed to be replaced
because they were bent. The top of the pistons all had the indentation from
the Exhaust and intake valves.
Motor Blow Up
What a bunch of rednecks do on a saturday afternoon. lol
RUN AWAY Detroit Diesel! 453-T
DD 453-T runs away! rack gets stuck on valve cover. almost lost some
fingers too, it was all i could find. F'ed up new turbo compressor wheel, was only damage
GM 216 Straight Six Blowing Up & Catching on Fire
To all the angry viewers out there, please feel free to post your comments
below and thanks for watching! Blowing up the engine was really fun, and we
would't think twice about doing it again. For all the other viewers who
enjoyed the video, please post your awesome comments below and thanks for
The engine had not run for a number of years and was scrapyard bound so
after sanding down the points and giving it some fuel it ran wide open for
about 10-12 minutes before it threw some rods, the oil caught on fire and
ran out of fuel.
http://youtu.be/mWcMA1zfp64 [A video of the 216 running after sitting for
an unknown number of years]
Motor Blow Up #2
Some more saturday afternoon fun, this motor made close to 500hp and turned
a max of 8600rpm before it blew. It cracked both heads, split the block,
blew a hole in the right side of the block and demolished the starter. Good
The Death of a V8 RX7 (with update in description)
My 302 powered FB RX7 decided after months of abuse to throw two rods on my
way home from work. It put a hole in the oil pan and two holes in the
block but still I drove it home. I decided since nothing was savable to
take it out back and finish it off.
Update: First to clear things up and settle some arguments. For everyone
that says that this was a waste of money, I made money on this car. I got
the car because I traded a for festiva for it that I had no money into. The
car also didn't have a engine in it when I got it. My friend who was the
previous owner had removed it when it went bad and then lost interest in
it. The motor and trans( a AOD for those wondering) came from a car I paid
$75 for and then scrapped for a profit. I sold the intake and carb off it
and then put a 350 chevy in it with a turbo 350 which didn't cost anything. I then sold
the car as a unfinished project and made almost a grand on it. The whole
reason for building the car was just to have fun with it and I wanted
another project. It was never to build something that was going to rule the
streets or show how that one engine is better than another. I just like
wrenching on cars and wanted to see what I could put together with
basically spare parts. Also to those that say that I should have saved the
engine or that it was junk for blowing up on my way home. That engine had
well over 150,000 miles on it when I got it and was then used in a derby
car before it got use in this car. It was well used, had been over heated
and wasn't worth anything anyways. And anyone that knows anything about
building 302's knows that a mid 80's passenger car 302 is definitely not
the engine to start with if you want to make power. They are low
compression and have terrible heads and camshaft due to emissions
standards. This was just something to build for fun and for the few months
it ran it was a blast to drive.
glue the engine blow up
http://www.youtube.com/maceyofgrandbend ...and add some gas in the engine
too.Took 30 mins for this motor to go.
THE GREATEST MOTOR BLOW OF ALL TIME - HYUNDAI ACCENT
THIS HYUNDAI ACCENT WAS EXPECTED TO BE THE LEAST EXCITING CAR OF THE
NIGHT.. BUT IT CERTAINLY WAS ONE OF THE BEST FIRE BALLS, LASTING A GOOD 28
MINUTES, MOST OF WHICH WAS CUT OUT FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE, BUT IT WAS
SURE NOT TO DISSAPPOINT