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Old 11-07-2006, 12:14 PM   #1
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314 miles per hour in an Electric car

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Dispelling all notions of what an electric car can be, a group of students from Ohio State University have developed the world's fastest electric car, attaining 314 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats.





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That's not a car it's a ROCKET!!!!---------------->>>>>>
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I bet the entire length of the car is made up of batteries.
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Pretty close - I have seen photos of the insides - lots of lead bats.
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Dispelling all notions of what an electric car can be, a group of students from Ohio State University have developed the world's fastest electric car.[/URL]
No wonder tuitions are so high!!!!!
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I would have sworn I read somewhere that it was powered with NiMH Sub C cells, and lots of them
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Enter "Buckeye Bullet" and "batteries" into a search engine and you will find that it uses over 12,000 NiMH C-cells.
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