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    SMART Z car

    This has got to be the craizies transplant of a bike engine into a car yet.

    Take an ugly, slow bug and make it evil...... 0-60 in under 6seconds and could maybe go faster but it looks like it wants to wheelie !!!




    http://www.smartsrus.com/evil_twin_z-cars.htm

    Two crazy video clips at that site, just listen from the inside at http://www.smartsrus.com/images/evil...s/DSCF0248.AVI whre they make that thing go 0-118mph ! No aerodynamics here

    I'd love one just for the fun of pissing off all the boy-racers in the TESCO car park on a cruise night

    ( Z-cars do Lotus 7 rep upgrades and have developed a TWIN bike ingined Mini - real one - that is road legal ! )

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    very nice indeed but your video link does not work
    John says:
    so i had to dump acid into the block tank today
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    Quote Originally Posted by baddabang
    very nice indeed but your video link does not work
    Hmm, it does for me
    BUT, sorry I've just realised it's 8Mb so it will take a long time for anyone on dialup.
    Maybe if you just leave it, it will complete.

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    AWESOME !!!!
    I'm not a fan of the SMART cars, but I have thought the roadster has potential with an engine to back up its looks.

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    That is soooo cool I liked the Smart a lot before I actually got into cars, and this is the best I've seen it yet, other than the Brabus V6 Coupe

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    latest TWIN engined version ....
    Click HERE to see the first tentative try-Anything coming, I'm looking both ways..
    ( 2.3MB.avi)

    Click HERE to see Fly By No 1
    TURN UP the VOLUME ! (1.45MB.avi)

    Click HERE to see Fly By No 2
    Getting the hang of it now..... (1.91MB.avi)
    "A woman without curves is like a road without bends, you might get to your destination quicker but the ride is boring as hell'

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    Hm got a tail light out! My Dad and i went out in a Roadster the other day, quite disapointed though.
    Just call me Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suka
    Hm got a tail light out! My Dad and i went out in a Roadster the other day, quite disapointed though.
    If you can keep the speed up through corners it's quite lively. It takes a committed line in to make it fly. Brake-point-and-squirt just doesn't work.

    Now, with 2 bikes engines pushing it along, hmmmm
    "A woman without curves is like a road without bends, you might get to your destination quicker but the ride is boring as hell'

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    Yeah the bike engined one sounds interesting!
    Just call me Tom

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    i kinda think that the front looks kinda TVR style
    have fun with all my attached pictures guys!

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    You're right! I've never realised it before..

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