|Garage and junkyard|
Date: 1/15/03 1:59:30 AM Pacific Standard Time
hi kent: Here are a couple of a generator systems for a house power supply. They run on straight nitrogen-hydroxide generate from water. The same system on the v8 car. The generator has been running as the main supply of electric to a house for over ten years to my knowledge. Well there are no power lines were this unit is. I myself drive an old f100 Canadian engine. It's a 360 cubic inch six cylinder. I have run it on the fuel system for over four years, so far with know ill effect except on my fuel bill round town I get about 140 mile per gallon. On a good run a lot more, but I stopped checking the mileage years ago. Because I know I cannot produce them without getting unwelcome visitors. But there are lots of them privately built in Australia; they are quite common. Even the guy that does my road-worthy certificate has one [we have to have are cars checked every year here for any mechanical faults before we can re register the vehicle]. They are not legal but the guy doing the check has one on his car as well. So registration not really an issue. There are better toys to play with.
Date: 1/15/03 3:16:09 PM Pacific Standard Time
hi kent :have a look at this page.
look at mk7
now it's 7 foot 8 inches long by 6 foot wide. It lifts 90 kg at 40 kph [21+ mph roughly] that's a seventy kilogram person [11 stone] ask any aircraft engineer or pilot. An airfoil cannot lift that much at that speed. The picture if from video capture. This is something new with quite a bit of military capability and potential horse power. Bingo starwars speeder bike. By the way it works!