When the warm up cats melt down they feed garbage into the turbo. It's the one design issue I had and I should have listened to myself and replaced them.
I was either lucky or the design of the turbine housing caught the chunks. Either way, no bits hit the turbine and made it explode thankfully.
Typically if you feed things into a component spinning 75-100 thousand rpm they blow up.
2006 LJ turbo
- safety first..... Or at least top 4... -
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