65000 hp, eh? damn, what kind of car is he thinking of building? a rocket?Originally posted by godspunk32@Jun 21 2004, 07:54 AM
Be pre-emptive and install the cooler. That way, when you start to make 65000 hp, you won't need to worry about the trans dying or overheating...
wtf, where did you get that pic of my '06 prototype taurus Type R?!Originally posted by gryphon1011@Jun 21 2004, 11:42 AM
Go with the GE90. It's the engine they use on the 777. It's also the biggest!When I get my new Pratt & Whitney jet engine it will be direct drive- no transmission
127,900 pounds of thrust.
i'd go with the tranny cooler.
very minimal. i fab all the parts myself. even the engine. i find it's much easier to rebuild an engine if you just mold it with play-dough
Originally posted by Qwertz9586@Jun 21 2004, 07:26 PM
I've already got a Boeing jet engine in my car.
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