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    Default Booom!

    I assume this is why you use master streams.

    http://www.dupyup.com/bloopers/EXPLOSION.MPEG

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    No, that is what the big R on the gear shift is for!!
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    Havent we seen this video posted here before?
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    Default Re: Booom!

    Originally posted by firekid1234
    I assume this is why you use master streams.

    http://www.dupyup.com/bloopers/EXPLOSION.MPEG
    That explosion was at least a block wide, if not more. Unmanned master streams is the way to go for that bad boy

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    Have to agree with NMFIRE R is the way to go. I work around to much of that stuff to not give it some space.

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    Bahh...its a can job....
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    its a can job
    ya, now that everything has blown up.
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