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    Spare Monster Truck Engine? Solution!

    Faster, faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death...
    – Hunter Thompson

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    I was going to buy a new engine for the project but my wife told me to use the one that was still in a garage – a monster truck engine! Despite its size, I thought why not?’
    'nuff said

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    Ahh, the ever practical women in our lives.. 'An engine's an engine, right? It's perfectly suited to the task.'

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    That's pretty damn cool.

    In any case, I wouldn't care about MPG. The M1 Abrams tank gets less than one MPG per gallon, according to the special I saw on some Discovery channel.

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    As if that's even driveable.
    Rockefella says:
    pat's sister is hawt
    David Fiset says:
    so is mine
    David Fiset says:
    do want

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    wheres the fuel tank...
    autozine.org

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    I'm not totally convinced he can see over the blower. There seems to be a distinct lack of pics with anybody actually on the bike, or the bike moving!

    Though the exhaust tips are damn cool.

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    Isn't 1000 bhp a bit too much for a bike?
    Reginald *IB4R* says:
    it was a beautiful 35 seconds.
    David says:
    that's what she said

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    well, it looks better than the dodge tomahawk.





    and its british.
    which means it runs on pot noodles.
    fuel of britain, isn't it?
    owner of the most unique corsa in hemel hempstead - its completely mod-free

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