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@dovvv I agree with ClaytonPayton on this one. Especially when you start to factor in brushless technology and the near 100% efficiency rates. Also with something to gear up the impeller a low rpm, high torque motor could be gear to produce lots of rpms while giving enough boost to the low end power. I imagine it would be a lot like a centrifugal super charger where the power builds naturally with the power band. I really think that electricity, while limited in some ways, can present many advantages. Peace! Here's to keeping an ever open mind.
8 months, 2 weeks ago on A Glimpse Of The New Wrx?
@zamm333 Agreed that car is not only an engineering and fabrication orgy but aesthetically, is very very pleasing.
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Tas2013: The Tuner Selection
Unfortunately with today's strict build requirements, all cars have to have abs and traction control. Having said that, they should include an off button for those. The new viper, for example, you can shut off the traction control completely. I agree though, they need something with smaller displacement, lighter weight. Priced close to the BRZ/FR-S/GT86 triplets.
1 year, 2 months ago on Poll: Discussing The Next Nissan Z
Love the Aristo and Hardbody.
1 year, 2 months ago on #featurethis: From ?? With Love
I gotta give it to Aasbø, that man can drive! The entry speeds are crazy and the lines he was holding were perfect.
1 year, 2 months ago on Smokin’ At Silverstone: Bdc Trax Highlights
Personally I think the P1 is a beautiful design.
1 year, 2 months ago on #iamthespeedhunter: Mclaren Aim At P1
Builds like these keep me coming back, Mini Trucks have always been interesting to me since they are kind of a mix of utility and convenience. They can also take on many roles when built. Great build so far, keep it up!
1 year, 4 months ago on Building A Lexus-powered Nissan Drift Truck