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Buy this pulsejet so you can make your own jet bike Answered

If you want to jump into pulsejets in a big way, then here's an engine with 100-lbs of thrust for ya. Sure, you could make it yourself, but when you're racing for that Darwin Award you don't want to waste any time, right?

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scienceguy8

10 years ago

I've always wanted to build a small airplane in the "Experimental" category the FFA has, but two things have always stood in my way: I don't have a license, and airplane engines and aviation fuel are really expensive. This, however, looks perfect for a small airplane engine, even if it is a little loud.

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wprejsscienceguy8

Reply 8 years ago

Thats what I was thinking, Maybe build a V-1 with a seat and manual controls

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Sandisk1duo

10 years ago

only $1200!!! you can buy a car for that much

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jeff-o

10 years ago

I want this on my recumbent trike!!

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MegaMaker

10 years ago

Where I live the speed limit for bikes is 60 mph. No kidding!

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Emsaid

10 years ago

Wow... Think how fast you cloud go

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KitemanEmsaid

Reply 10 years ago

Peaked at 70mph, he said in the video.

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EmsaidKiteman

Reply 10 years ago

Wow! you could break the speed limit on it

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Goodhart

10 years ago

Those tires look like either balloon or semi-balloon tires....do they still sell those anywhere?

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bumpus

10 years ago

Oh my, that bike would look cool without the pulsejet!

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=SMART=killerjackalope

Reply 10 years ago

Haha yea i was thinking that, you know everyone likes symmetry !! DUAL POWER VVVVVRRRRROOOOOMMMMMM

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lemonie

10 years ago

Yeah, I like the chrome heat-shield, probably a boon if you don't have asbestos-boots... L