Worst Engine Carnage Ever? Part 2 - Engine Builder Magazine

Worst Engine Carnage Ever? Part 2

Now that Steve has seen that his connecting rods effectively disintegrated, he tries to understand what might have happened. Steve breaks down the data from his run.

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