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Offline a10gf

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« on: 11.04. 2010 12:27 »
Quite amazing...
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Re: airplane engine bike
« Reply #1 on: 11.04. 2010 13:03 »
Beautiful job; do you think the Noise Police would notice?

Tank should be good for about 1 km range!

When starting, commence with the chant "Tora, Tora, Tora"......

This is the sort of bike that Josh has been wetting his pants for!

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Re: airplane engine bike
« Reply #2 on: 11.04. 2010 18:02 »
It's nothing new... The idea was thought of many years ago... amazing bit of engineering though
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