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Baddest Bossest Hosses
 

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mscuddy 09-24-2007 04:42 PM

Big Deal
 
Had me one with a tank engine back in Kenosha, makes that bosse hosse look like a mini-bike. The pipes went all the way up and over the bike, kinda like a big chrome roll cage of exhaust pipes. Once it highsided on old Furtzel, and it rolled sideways 2 blocks down ave, J 'till a cement truck hit it. Man, I was mader'n hell bout it,too.

seruzawa 09-24-2007 05:12 PM

Sorry. Twin miniguns don't cut it in todays urban environment.

When you simply HAVE to destroy everything in your path... Ma Deuce.

Accept no substitute.

Aside from that all I can think of is a quote from H. L. Mencken: “Nobody ever went broke underestimating the taste of the American public.”

maladg 09-25-2007 06:42 AM

Reminds me of the arena scene in "Idiocracy".

Kenneth_Moore 09-25-2007 07:07 AM

I'm guessing the air intake has no back to it because you have to sight through it to see forward.

Now, if only somebody would deliver this to the President along with a bottle of Stoli and an 8-ball...

anrajala 09-25-2007 07:52 AM

"I'm guessing the air intake has no back to it because you have to sight through it to see forward."

Additional benefit is that if it backfires you'll never have to shave your moustache again.

- cruiz-euro

The_AirHawk 09-25-2007 07:58 AM

Even with the twin superchargers, the 350 is just a "starter". Sorta like buyin' an 883 an' puttin' 1200 jugs on it - you still got a Girlie Bike.

Now, we'd know what kind of Man he was if he'd done all this to the 500.............

seruzawa 09-25-2007 08:01 AM

Yeah.
 
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Originally Posted by Kenneth_Moore (Post 169848)
I'm guessing the air intake has no back to it because you have to sight through it to see forward.

Now, if only somebody would deliver this to the President along with a bottle of Stoli and an 8-ball...

I can imagine just how happy you will be when Cheney takes over.

Kenneth_Moore 09-25-2007 08:36 AM

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Originally Posted by seruzawa (Post 169852)
I can imagine just how happy you will be when Cheney takes over.

We can always order him some shotguns to go with his whiskey.

97-FXSTSB 09-25-2007 09:41 AM

Great write-up on Chopper One Mr. garson. I work with Eddie Paul and we built the bike together. We've actually built over a thousand vehicles and mechanical effects for Hollywood. We built over 200 for 2Fast 2Furious alone! As for some of the Chopper One comments: The air scoop has a polycarbonate windshield built into it, not a hole in the back. The engine is not a 350, it is the ZZ502, slightly modified with the twin blowers plus a custom 2-stage nitrous plate under the Dominator that adds another 350hp. As for top speed, before anyone flames us on that, it certainly has the power potential to go that fast, but aerodynamics and traction would become an issue pretty quick. This bike is a runner, however, it is designed and built primarily for the viewing pleasure of those who like extreme things.

As for the inadequecy of the mini-guns on our Secret Weapon, it is also armed with a half dozen grenades. The guns are mainly for show since the bike would most likely be out in front. :)


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