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When the rod met the gearshaft..........

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This is not my engine, it's of a friend of mine.

I haven't words.............:cry:

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A little JB weld and some duct tape and he's as good as new.

You know I'm joking......

Seriously, send him my condolences.:cry:

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Send that shiat to IRAG and blow them up LOL NASTY sad to see Sorry for your homie.

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:cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: Im feelin for ya, paint doesnt even look worn on the frame and did it have a e-start on it?

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The rest of the story would be cool, now that we have gotten over the shock. Looks like real low miles/hours, has all the little dress up of someone that was really into his bike, chasing a street bike in the twisties? Just breaking the bike in? Holding high RPM on a new bike? What oil was he running, was it motard, hard, off and on again, street?

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Another "bad" pics......................:crazy:

P.S. Later I will describe you what is happened to the engine.

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Hey I thought these PIGs were supposed to be reliable. I wouldn't have thought that was even possible to do to an engine. He should get some kind of medal or something.

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Another "bad" pics......................:crazy:

P.S. Later I will describe you what is happened to the engine.

Nice pics, So why don't you just provide a quick brief as to what happened? If it's a long story and you don't have the time to write out all the details, a brief statement would be sufficient. ie. extended high revs or oil pump went out or tried some after market part. Something like that would work.

Just my 2 cents.

Might actually prevent someone else from having the same issue.

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Oh noes!

I love how "Made in Japan" is proudly stamped on the smashed rod.

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