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    NSX goes BOOM on dyno *VID*

    Well, like the title says..... it go BOOM!! I think they were running too much NAWWWWSSS!

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    heh...looks like it was the owner taking the footage. cause the camera man didn't look to happy once he realized that the explosion and all that smoke wasn't a good sign. Do you sign some type of waiver on a dyno? Split the cost of that repair or what
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    That POP and the smoke..... I take it that's a bad thing?

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    Absolutely not.
    All the dyno time is 100% the duty of the owner of the equipment. And those of us that understand the dyno stuff, know that blowing up stuff is part of the game and we take that responsability. It aint the dyno's fault. When you run stuff to the limit, parts are going to fail. Period.
    (This is one reason dyno time is getting harder to find. I know I will not lend my new one out.)

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    Originally posted by Wannabe
    Absolutely not.
    All the dyno time is 100% the duty of the owner of the equipment. And those of us that understand the dyno stuff, know that blowing up stuff is part of the game and we take that responsability. It aint the dyno's fault. When you run stuff to the limit, parts are going to fail. Period.
    (This is one reason dyno time is getting harder to find. I know I will not lend my new one out.)
    Wow, this is very interesting. I did not know that the dyno owner was completely responsible.
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    Originally posted by drizze99
    Wow, this is very interesting. I did not know that the dyno owner was completely responsible.
    I think the guy that posted above meant the owner of the equipment ( read car) is responsible. Usually the car owner signs a waiver before a dyno run is made.
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    Originally posted by Carl AMG
    I think the guy that posted above meant the owner of the equipment ( read car) is responsible. Usually the car owner signs a waiver before a dyno run is made.
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    ooops! OK, now I see what he is saying. Thanks!
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    Yeah, I remember how I grimaced when I had my '65 mustang fastback dyno'd. The guy ran it to redline in every gear and seemed to stay in it longer than I thought he should've while in top gear.

    On another note...dig the avatar wrxin...yum, PF, still look'n hot.

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    Wow, haven't seen that before......
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    ot: is Patricia Ford a pornstar or something?

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    Yeah, big woops.
    The way I stated that did not make the fact of the matter very clear.
    The owner of the equipment (car or motor) has full responsibility for breakage. Dyno owner and operator has none.
    However, you can ask the operator to be a tad nicer to the stuff and he usually will. No shame in missing a few numbers up high to not risk killing stuff. Most operators understand.

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    just finished watching and it doesn't pop untill the very end...that is some build up...I feel bad for the owner Well at least it was on a dyno and not on the street, making a high speed turn or something...


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