I would have to see that in person to believe it. :bs:but after adding the spoilers and air dam it stayed solid thru 187 mph
I agree, but you would think that somewhere, sometime, somebody would have posted something about a twin turbined MR2 capable of 187 mph.tomaso12 said:what does a yahoo/google search prove? nothing...those search engines depend on what is called 'meta', stuff written in the html code that you can't see, so if nothign coems up either there is nothing like it on the internet, this car is not on the internet, or if it is, there is no meta written that specifies it.
And I would be on CNN/Fox/ABC/CBS/NBC/ESPN/VH1.... :rofl: :rofl:John said:My first two concerns are the same ones you stated below. The intake is covered up with the hatch on the back...gas turbines require lots of air not only for combustion but for cooling. That being said, GTs also put out quite a bit of heat so keeping the car from melting would be quite a trick and I see nothing to protect the engine compartment and the nice paint job. Concerning the fuel....obviously the tanks in the front are not big enough to keep the engines running for any length of time let alone getting the thing up to 140mph. These tanks could be compressed air to start the engines but then where is the fuel?
Also, if you look real close at the front of the blue mounting bracket, under the bracket appear to be turbine blades. Not a good thing.
Just based on this I would agree that it's BS and could be just a prop for something. GTs have been put into trucks since the 1960's but the one thing they could not overcome was the amount of heat generated by the GT which is why you don't see GT's in cars.
Besides all that technical stuff, if this were for real and they wanted to sell it, where are the photos of it running. Heck, if I had something like this that actually worked, I would have movies and photos of it running.
Yeah, except Jesse James did it in a car that got stretched to about twice the length as that photochopThomasR91169 said:dam that thing kicks *** something hard.
if it were a chop its a dam good one, though i doubt it, nowadays its not that hard to stick a jet engine in a car, hell if jesse james can.........