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    It even includes partial disassembly.

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    When you click on the link a still picture first shows up, but be sure to wait 2 or 3 minutes for the action to show up.
    I've never seen anything like this before.


    • Mitch
      Mitch commented
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      That's the FLAT RATE way to do it!

      BNCHIEF commented
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      That blows up better than a funny car your pouring a lot of fuel thru those injectors to get that much smoke.

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