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Pretty certain the turbocharger decided to take the day off.
 

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Must have made a hell of a BOOM.
 

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As long as no one was hurt and as long as they had brought a change of pants with them it will be fine. LOL
 

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IT HAS LEFT THE BUILDING!!!! Hahahahaha makes me wonder what it sounded like when that one let go. I’ve replaced turbos on Cummins engines and they just make a quick pop when they blow most of the time but I bet that made a little more noise than a Cummins
 

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I'm wondering if it was a runaway diesel, and the entire engine cut loose. I realize turbos spin way fast, but it's hard to imagine one doing that much damage.
 

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Think of schrapnel flying apart at close to supersonic speed in every direction.
 
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