Author: Rick |
September 17, 2012 |
In: High-Res, Power Plant Tuesday
Category: High-Res, Power Plant Tuesday
#46 Is that a V4? I dont know, dont bash me! Answer instead if you know model from what make and all? Thanks in advance oh and #12would be awsome to know about aswell like wtf is it?
it looks like some kind of vintage F1 setup to me
Looks like 4 cam V8 Ferrari motor probably off a 360.
#47 This guy like that sht!
#2 #50 gotto love those old Blue Ovals
#8 powerful!<img src="http://tinyurl.com/c7gx5zk" width="1" height="1" />
#29 just why?
cheap that's why
i think thats the guy he drove a green open wheel car ,sometimes he had green hair …paul tracy's rat rod ?
#9 an inline 12??? what is that out of?
12 rotor rotary, and I would like to know what that is out of as well.
seriously…12 rotor wankle? Whats that out of, how much displacement and how much power? Shit looks RIDICULOUS
rotors has power of about 3 pistons, so about like having 36 pistons, airplane motor?
<img src="http://storeshopnow.com/mm/imada/ffn2.jpg"/>#5 where is the other half of this pic? <img src="http://storeshopnow.com/mm/imada/annf.jpg"/>
just as Sheila implied I'm taken by surprise that anybody can profit $9566 in one month on the computer. have you read this webpage (Click on menu Home more information) http://goo.gl/XZz5Y
#20, Where's the Hamster?
#2, #7, #9, #12, #15, #16, #17, #40, #42. Good post.
Turbos are nice but there's nothing like a good blower
#12 appears to be a flat 12 twin turbo Porsche engine. Previously, the non-turbocharged version powered the overwhelming Porsche 917 race cars (see LeMans by Steve McQueen) and later, the turbocharged version overwhelmed and eventually killed the Can-Am series as no other car could beat the Porsche 1200 hp engine.
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