Just to remind everyone who may not know; the stuff is non-flammable (see the green diamond), but when people get too greedy with pressure..
Well I guess that pressure in small places is what power's all about.
I think I saw this a while back.
For all the world reminds me of the various pictures kept on a bulletin board at the local welding supply store. It's titled "Why you are NOT to carry high pressure cylinders inside a closed vehicle." It never occurred to me that the advice could apply to NOS cylinders. I suspect that in 99% of installations it doesn't, really. This isn't something very common is it?