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    Wanna put a v12 on my bike, may be 2:)

    This would be fun I wonder how much power it can generate The world's tiniest V12 engine. [VIDEO]

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    you can buy one here, very cool.

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    Yeah, I couldn't find the price in that one but definitely very cool. Thanks for the link.


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    I wonder how many mousepower it puts out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ambassadorhawg View Post
    I wonder how many mousepower it puts out?
    Lol at least 1-1.5 chihuahua at 6000rpm

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    Lol at least 1-1.5 chihuahua at 6000rpm
    Dayamm, that's ballsy!
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    1220 hours of work. That more than 50 days.
    That probably doesn't include designing and collecting materials.

    Added to bucket list:
    Make a 1:5 scale internal combustion engine and power a bike with it.
    Oh, and use it to MX, of course.
    It's pronounced "so pro and cool."
    It was an impulse decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sauprankul View Post
    1220 hours of work. That more than 50 days.
    That probably doesn't include designing and collecting materials.

    Added to bucket list:
    Make a 1:5 scale internal combustion engine and power a bike with it.
    Oh, and use it to MX, of course.
    And I take it that it's not whisper quiet


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    Not sure if you've seen this "Ferrari"




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    Oh yeah, a while back. Scale wise it'd probably out performed the real thing.


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