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      01-18-2012, 09:56 AM   #59
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Originally Posted by MPoweredAuto View Post
It was their stg 2 w/meth
Well, I'm not surprised the engine blew. After supercharging the engine and adding meth you basically took the "great leap forward" with cylinder pressure and more importantly TIMING. All this with stock internals is a recipe for disaster.

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Originally Posted by US///M3 View Post

Maybe supercharging and increasing the Redline on a engine that's marginally lubricated(bearings) for high rpm ops in stock form under extreme conditions(track) is a bad idea.

Maybe lowering the redline might help the rod bearing lubrification...
Who says our engines are "marginally lubricated" and where is the claim that the rod bearings caused the failure? In NA form, our engines are lubricated just fine but once again, you can't add a SC and run meth (and a tune to capitalize on this) without fortifying the rest of the engine.


ALSO ***In my opinion, ANYONE (Company or Individual) who breaks parts/blows engines due to mods and brings the car back to stock in order to pitch the dealership of a warranty issue is a scumbag***
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