Minibike with a turbine engine

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John sent in this fun video of a turbine engine powered minibike, zooooooooom!

5 thoughts on “Minibike with a turbine engine

  1. TickleMeElm0 says:

    Cool, but I’m not sure I want 120,000 RPM 3 inches from my junk.

  2. dentalchicken says:

    As has been said above,120k rpm 3 inches under my family future? pass. Also, do you think that burnt out grass behind them is evidence of previous mishaps?

  3. mpap89 says:

    that’s what i was thinking. seems like a fire hazard to me.

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