Frankenbike666
Frankenbike666
Frankenbike666
Jul 10
39

Every time I read about Tesla’s successes on Jalopnik I think back to 10 years ago when all the editors called them vaporware.

Jul 9
13

At the same time, eliminating the noise could open up new areas to racing that were previously off limits and out of the question precisely because of the sound.

Rallycross in a downtown park could bring tons of fans.

Jun 12
1

Classic car is just age, and it saves insurance and taxes, etc

Jun 11
1

right why in the world would one use a cutoff saw for this application when a demo saw would be much safer, easier to maneuver/get access with. i dont get this.

Jun 11
1

BO one has Sawzalls available in team areas they have all bent sent to Hardware stores on the Border so the smugglers can cut through Trumps wall 

Jun 11
28

Its actually probably better than using a sawzall as you don’t have to worry as much about clipping the brake ducts or accidentally cutting any of the structure behind the carbon fascia. You have more control to trim just the carbon away. Its like a giant Dremmel.

May 29
1

No, it’s not. If the battery runs dry in an e-bike, you can still use it as an - albeit heavy - regular bike. This is not true here. “Motorcycle with pedals as a stand-in for a throttle” is exactly what this is.

Mar 19
57

Chevy: Yup, everything from Trucks to our cheapest sports car gets our LT V8 technology! Top of the line engines in Camaro’s is our specialty!

Ford: Look, our Raptor engine goes in our Ford GT super car, isn’t that neat? Read more

Feb 21
3

Its also hard on Explorers with 120k miles on it.

Jan 23
1

If a closed room is shared by the public, people will get assaulted and raped without counter measures put in place. I was thinking of Uber, but also subways. Personal safety has to be built in or no one will ride these after the first year. 

Jan 22
6

You say that the future won’t be like today with fancier toys, while talking about a project that is essentially a fancy taxi, or can perhaps be a worse train with a bit of ingenuity.

Jan 22
1

I mean, thats kind of the point of automation, no?  Is it there yet? Probably not. But thats where I would expect the bar to be when it is.

Jan 9
1

I like most stuff Star Wars, but I’ll never understand that. There’s very little stated doctrine in the movies, and we can’t move stuff with our minds. 

Dec 18
66

Why shouldnt the midwest get one? North Haverbrook has one! That’s where the Monorail is KING!

Dec 18
2

The Palatov car in the headline picture even has one of those AEM controllers and dash!