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Old 09-19-2012, 10:12 PM   #1
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Its a sad day

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Old 09-19-2012, 10:13 PM   #2
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Eek! You bent a Manley rod? How did you do that?
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That came out of a "built " coyote motor... Only 600 at the wheels :/ and I have no idea how that happened...
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Hmm. They say that 600 is still the safe point. I'm going with tune. Just a random guess since we don't know much. Lol
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Yeah others feel its tune and so does Manley, they are warranting the rod but not anything else citing it's gotta be a tuners fault. I kinda agree with them.

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The car had meth injection and I'm thinking something didn't ignite right which caused it to compress **** it couldn't straight do
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Yeah others feel its tune and so does Manley, they are warranting the rod but not anything else citing it's gotta be a tuners fault. I kinda agree with them.
Yeah, its so hard to check other wise. The only thing they would be able to do is some kind of metallurgy test. Which wouldn't be worth the hassle of just replacing it.

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That's one reason some people don't like meth injection. If there is any kind of malfunction with it, the results can be catastrophic!
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Exactly since me and a friend did the actual labor of assembling and disassembling the motor... And the car wasn't a dd it was a shop car
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