|03-04-2010 02:49 PM|
|jeeps&comics||i really like the look of that top... i wish they had some sort of top that looked like that (fastback-ish style) for a yj...|
|03-04-2010 02:05 PM|
^that might be because you dont have to worry about that kinda thing
big horsepower is nothing new, just seems like a hotrod guy got ahold of a JK is all...
sand dunes may need that kinda of raw power but not the tires... rocks might need that kind of tire but not necessarily that much power... that thing wouldnt be able to do 140 on the road for catching air and flipping over (i watch another video where he is htorodding in the parking lot and all is okay straight line but he turned slightly once driver and the driver tire lifted off the ground... scary.)
...and those wheels are only needed for shows... they have no other purpose... and dont look all that great either.
|03-04-2010 01:58 PM|
I guess I don't get it....
To me this screams "I have a tiny wiener".
|03-04-2010 01:51 PM|
|Stefan||If only dyno's could account for drag coefficient and weight on the motorway to see what the actual speed would be on the motorways (going straight of course haha)|
|03-04-2010 01:37 PM|
|debruins||those wheels are disgustingly huge|
|03-04-2010 11:31 AM|
|RatherBNarizona||I've seen it in person at a show, it is pretty wicked|
|03-04-2010 09:48 AM|
|tlrrob1000||^^^x2 on the wobble. My first thought was that the tires were going to come apart. I have not seen a Z rated commercial off road tire. Seems they thought of it after their last run. That was cool though.|
|03-04-2010 08:26 AM|
|4point||Its impressive, but not as if he actually ran it 140 on a track.|
|03-04-2010 06:54 AM|
|baja||What a monster.Hope they have the death wobble bugs worked out!!!|
|03-04-2010 02:05 AM|
145mph... On 44's... In a Jeep!
Good God! Thats a beastley JK
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