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CAR ENGINE DAMAGE

CAN A ENGINE SUFFER INTERNAL DAMAGE IN A HIGH SPEED COLLISION, BY STOPPING ABRUPTLY OR ENERGY OF THE IMPACT?
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Yes it can. In fact the block it self can crack or bust. Cank and cams can break too.

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Yes very easily

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