Home Made Turbo Jet

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+4 1. eddie2042 commented 12 years ago

I could probably use that to power my flux capacitor.
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0 2. Pizzathehutt26 commented 12 years ago

Holy crap, that thing is glowing hot. Wonder how thick and what type of metal it would take to contain that heat?
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-3 3. nenadsirmium commented 12 years ago

Have this one on my rolers,and when I go somewhere its sounds like :HONEY I GO! HONEY IM HOME!
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-1 4. smacker commented 12 years ago

It seems only making noise and heating some metal. Otherwise how can it not push the weak metal construction it's attached on.
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+4 5. DarkiKun commented 12 years ago

touch it touch it =D
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+5 6. tim420 commented 12 years ago

#4 more than likely bolted to the floor?
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0 7. mwak commented 12 years ago

woh, it looks like it's made of garbage. And they all are so close to it when it runs ... i wouldn't have been so confident
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0 8. djole381 commented 12 years ago

Man that's so hot. They would need to use liquid nitrogen to cool this bad boy >:) >:) >:)
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+6 9. syapik commented 12 years ago

may i ask. for what?
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0 10. Syrup commented 12 years ago

if your arm touched that it would melt it off like butter.
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0 11. imagic commented 12 years ago

the construction looks a bit like those for hot air balloons,, wonder what would happen if they really put this thing up with a hot air balloon,,, ;)
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0 12. dragonon commented 12 years ago

Believe it or not.... that " HOMEMADE TURBOOOO JET " name got me thrilled... curious...!!!
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+2 13. IceIsIce commented 12 years ago

Niiice, Gonna keep an eye out for the video
"Home Made Turbo Jet + GoKart"
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-2 14. irishgek commented 12 years ago

#2 Not much , also I've seen many of these so called turbo jets , while they are impressive there made from car turbos and they are not designed to spin at such high rev's and will only ever function as a toy . They will fire it up a few times like they did there and the bearings will be destroyed and you can kiss your mini turbine goodbye.
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+4 15. Kendiana commented 12 years ago

Looks very dangerous on many levels. Sooner or later pushing the envelope will end up on a "fail" compilation.
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0 16. Teqskater commented 12 years ago

#13 There is a GoKart with a puls jet engine. And those puls jet engines anybody can make.
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-1 17. ermini commented 12 years ago

is that a mouse at 1:14 ?
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0 18. Nuntchakou commented 12 years ago

Talk about a giant lighter !! :O
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-2 19. cranky commented 12 years ago

It looks like a dog's dong.
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0 20. tunicopp commented 12 years ago

-hey, I have made a turbo jet
-cool. where did you attach it?
-actually, it works on a base on my garage
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0 21. cripplecog commented 12 years ago

O.K. soooooo what was in the bucket under the thing? Was that fuel? An open container of fuel two feet from all that glowing metal and fire? or was that something else?
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0 22. TehChillinJuggal commented 12 years ago

looks like a soon to have darwin award waiting to happen :S
damn technology,you scary. >:)
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+1 23. SirShade commented 12 years ago

stop what you are doing, there's so manny ways this can go wrong