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    Unhappy Why SFI Approved Flywheels and Flex-plates are a good idea to have in your boat:

    Not mine, BTW.

    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOps. allot of hard work down the drain

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    All I can say is OUCH!

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    Ouch..that sucks.


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    SEE!!!!! Thats what I was talkin about!!
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    It would be a balmy 85* in Steel's shop if he would move a little faster

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    who put on that fram filter??????

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    WOW, OUCH! Do I really want to dyno my new motor? haha Soooo when sumthin like this happens, who pays for the damage to the dyno?

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    Hate to see that happen in a boat............That sucks.

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    Those are some good looking Numbers he is geting out of that motor

    If i owned a Dyno i be thinking of puting some steel plate in the walls after watching that lol , Thats just scarry , They lucky they didnt kill anyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetjunky View Post
    WOW, OUCH! Do I really want to dyno my new motor? haha Soooo when sumthin like this happens, who pays for the damage to the dyno?
    Yes you do. Dyno time is "almost always" worth the cost.

    I'd think the dyno shop will pay for their own repairs in this case. I'm surprised that wasn't a SFI approved scatter shield or at least some type of heavy scatter shield.

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    damn! Lucky nobody got hurt!

    Kinda looks like my video, as soon as i saw a fireball i dropped the camera to the floor too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun View Post
    damn! Lucky nobody got hurt!

    Kinda looks like my video, as soon as i saw a fireball i dropped the camera to the floor too
    I did think of you when I saw the flash....

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    Any harm done to the motor, or just the dyno?
    Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Filucky View Post
    Any harm done to the motor, or just the dyno?

    Looks like the Block is toast and the way he zinged that motor when it let loose i would check the crank and rods and the top end lol


    Suprised it let loose like it did , He said they only pushed it to 6500 rpm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    I'm surprised that wasn't a SFI approved scatter shield or at least some type of heavy scatter shield.

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    I was thinking the same thing. If nothing else it should have prevented some of the destruction in the shop.

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