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I have some fan blades on the tubo intake side damaged.i would like to know if any debris can wind up being sucked through into the cylinders and cause damge to the motor or do the chards of metal flow through the exhaust?

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Depends on the size of the pieces. if large enough will damage the piston, but small pieces will go thru

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