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Old 10-13-2010, 08:38 PM   #1
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Bike blows motor on the Dyno vid.

This dyno run went south in a hurry.

Almost looks like the supercharger fell apart.

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Old 10-13-2010, 08:40 PM   #2
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Could that be a turbocharger?
If so, maybe when he decelerated, the oil pressure to the turbo dropped while it was still spooled up and bearings fried.
Cool vid. Glad I don't have to pay for the damage.
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Old 10-13-2010, 08:54 PM   #5
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Could that be a turbocharger?
If so, maybe when he decelerated, the oil pressure to the turbo dropped while it was still spooled up and bearings fried.
Cool vid. Glad I don't have to pay for the damage.
How would the oil pressure drop off when the rpm of the motor was still very high also?




really hard to tell what happened. Just a bunch of sparks and smoke. Then flames..

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Old 10-13-2010, 08:55 PM   #6
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How would the oil pressure drop off when the rpm of the motor was still very high also?
Good point. I dunno, just making a guess.
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that guy did not need a run coordinator for that. He just took off.
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Looks like the panomatric non-reversible pantric ambimeter lost pressure causing the turbo encubator to fail thus sending the spurbing bearing into an uncontrolled gyroscopic depressurization. And we all know that when that happens, the prefabulated ambulite will cause the malleable logrythmig casing fan to malfunction.

Duh.
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Looks like the panomatric non-reversible pantric ambimeter lost pressure causing the turbo encubator to fail thus sending the spurbing bearing into an uncontrolled gyroscopic depressurization. And we all know that when that happens, the prefabulated ambulite will cause the malleable logrythmig casing fan to malfunction.

Duh.
exactly what i was thinking

or maybe someone put sand in the gas tank
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that went sour real fast.
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looks like turbo and intercooler on there... no idea what caused the BOOM tho.
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Ow ow ow ow owwwwwww. That sucks big time.
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Could that be a turbocharger?
If so, maybe when he decelerated, the oil pressure to the turbo dropped while it was still spooled up and bearings fried.
Cool vid. Glad I don't have to pay for the damage.
yea smoke comes out of exhaust immidiately after he lets off,
for a second, then boom.
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Does the shops cover the damage when that happens?? What about the rev limiter?? is not supposed to avoid that?? Also why the guy just don't press the kill switch??
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