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Old 05-11-2007, 06:08 PM   #21
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It don't get crazier than this

Eat your heart out Basjoos
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Old 05-11-2007, 08:37 PM   #22
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Interesting pics.
Next you should relocate the radiator just behind the fan, seal off the area between the fan and radiator, and shape the outlet duct to gradually increases in diameter.

Just for fun, anyone want to guess what this should/might do?
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....and inject a kerosine mist and ignite
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....and inject a kerosine mist and ignite
ROFLMAO!
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In some states, well Oregon at least, you are not required to have a windshield. All you have to have is the wipers!

Take that out as well as the rear glass and you have increased your airflow substantially and reduced your frontal area by a third or more!

I can see it now as the newest trend on here: Detachable front and rear glass. Imagine it, Metros topping 100 mpg.

Seriously, you know you want to try it.
That would be fun in the winter!
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....and inject a kerosine mist and ignite
He may have to change the angle, looks like he may have too much down force the way it is!
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