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    Default The only exception when separate front motor plates might not help....

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    That'll buff out!

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    i believe it was a buick v6 24 lbs of boost.
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    oddly enough he said it was running but making a lot of noise, lots of oil mess. He said rotator was ok, not even a spun bearing
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    Quote Originally Posted by widowmaker View Post
    oddly enough he said it was running but making a lot of noise, lots of oil mess. He said rotator was ok, not even a spun bearing

    So the oil pan and intake were holding it together and it was still running?
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    Quote Originally Posted by widowmaker View Post
    i believe it was a buick v6 24 lbs of boost.

    That's a 109 casting out of an '86 or '87 Buick Grand National or T-type. Takes waaaaaay more than 24#'s to make them act up, but damn. That's some serious splittage. I can't imagine the amount of detonation to make that happen (and how bad ass the pistons are to let it get that far). Normally the 4bolt head sealing won't let it get to that level.

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    Obivously he's a 2 stroke guy. He just got confused and thought he needed to split the case to access his crankshaft.

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    Wow, that'll ruin a good day of skiing!!!

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    Said he didn't even spin a main bearing and the rotating assy is fine! That's some nice luck.

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    Cool, I knew someone had more details on it.
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