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1990 GMC Truck Engine Blow.
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Blowing up a DODGE motor 101
~~~ALL COMMENTS ARE MODERATED~~~ If you are going to make "fat stupid redneck" comments don't waste my time because they will be deleted automatically. how long can that 50k mile 2.5L 4 cyl go bouncing off the rev limiter and being fed oxygen from my cutting torch at 100 PSI





Blowing up a Qualcast engine
Hi there, I decided it was about time this awful engine was blown up, it's a hateful thing and they are all just as bad. (get one and you will see!) these are one of the most common engines around and based on a tecumseh design, so no complaints please, this engine was well past it before I started! It took about half an hours running without any oil for the rod to snap, so what you see here is a cut down version of that, unfortunatly I didn't catch the rod breaking on video but you can see what happened. I hope you enjoy the video




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