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  • avro_arrow_25206
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    Originally posted by ASpilot2be
    For sure.

    If I ever get the time and money I am gonna drop a Cummins diesel in a Chevy, and keep the Allison transmission. It will be the longest lasting truck on the road
    Yeah, most of the transit buses here have Cummins ISL, and they are indeed quite powerful, but a bit too noisy though.
    It would be very awesome if you can somehow fit that in a pickup!

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  • MaxPower
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    Originally posted by turbotraker
    A (nobody) driving a nice veyron. Did I just smell an attention whore ?

    I ROFL when I read this part.

    *But the waiting crowd was disappointed when the Veyron's owner turned up - and was not recognised by anyone.*

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  • turbotraker
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    http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/...302689,00.html

    Like he really gives a sh!t?

    That must be owned by a footballer?

    http://news.sky.com/skynews/picture_...254419,00.html

    Did give a sh!t!!

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Meh I got bored of my Veyron... wasn't fast enough for me
    Im still waiting for my ordered F1 Ferrari...

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  • Melissa
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    The fastest show on earth

    But, inevitably, there are still issues. The low rolling resistance of the specially developed Michelin tyres - 365mm section at the back, and bigger than even the Countach's fabled back boots - are said to contribute some 15kmh to the top speed quest.

    But they cannot do it for long. Maybe 15 minutes. After that, they might disintegrate, and they cost 1,200 each.

    Then again, at maximum speed the Veyron is consuming a litre per kilometre, so with luck you'll run out of petrol first. And at 407.5kmh, think how far you'll go in 15 minutes. I'll tell you - it's 63.302067 miles.
    http://www.topgear.com/content/featu...ries/03/1.html

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  • JordanD
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    I've heard it's about 5 mpg city, and full out it's apparently 2.1 mpg.
    Pretty interesting though. They cost around 5 million to make and the company sells them at 1 million, so each one made is a huge loss.

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  • magic48
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    Originally posted by Bok269
    It's actually a 16 Cylinder Quad Turbo.
    You're right, I must of confused it with the Maybach....

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  • Joey
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    Originally posted by Melissa
    I've asked for one of these for my birthday this year. I doubt it'll happen for me, though.


    Need I even bother asking about gas mileage?

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  • DAL767-400ER
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    Originally posted by tommyalf
    This Truck is the sole cause for Global Warming! IT MUST BE DESTROYED! LOL
    Then you obviously heard of this beast yet :

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  • z740
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    Originally posted by tommyalf
    This Truck is the sole cause for Global Warming! IT MUST BE DESTROYED! LOL
    How dare you say such nonesense!

    -Chris

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  • tommyalf
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    Originally posted by z740
    Trucks rule!

    Beat that!

    Yeah I know the pic isn't all that great.

    -Chris
    This Truck is the sole cause for Global Warming! IT MUST BE DESTROYED! LOL

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  • Bok269
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    Originally posted by screaming_emu
    I think my next car may be the Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart. Seems to be a nice middle of the road between the Evo and the regular lancer. I really really wanted a WRX, but Subaru went and screwed it up.
    Subaru's styling department can't do anything right. Look at the B9.
    That ride is insane. It's called Bugatti Veyron and has a 24-cylinder 1001 HP engine!
    It's actually a 16 Cylinder Quad Turbo. Very insane nonetheless.

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  • Half Bottle
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    Not a chance, Melissa, unless it comes in a '67 stock version without a computer chip or plastic composite in sight.

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  • magic48
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    Originally posted by Melissa
    I've asked for one of these for my birthday this year. I doubt it'll happen for me, though.

    That ride is insane. It's called Bugatti Veyron and has a 24-cylinder 1001 HP engine!

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  • Melissa
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    I've asked for one of these for my birthday this year. I doubt it'll happen for me, though.

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