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Justin Horn
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I thought I had posted this before, but apparently not.

1965 Mustang with a Shankenstein Racing engine. Over 440 HP churning out of this hard-revving monster, but it can be driven like any tame street car.
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1965 Shankenstein Mustang
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It's sad that it took a study to "prove" this.  Then again, if it's not documented, it's not real (according to the government, that is).

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+Ritesh Sharma - I couldn't help but sneak a peek...

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This is just mind boggling.  It really demonstrates how far racing has come.

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Ladies and gentlemen, fans of BMW, BMW ///M Power, and Formula 1... I present to you the M12-based F1 engine used in 1986.  Can you imagine 1,400 HP from a 1.5L engine (I said 2.0L in my previous post... my mistake)?
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ATTENTION!  If you own a first-gen Google Nexus 7 tablet, we have two free screen protectors.

"I don't really need them, though."

Too bad.  We're going to give them to you.  You can recycle them if you really don't want them.

Just leave a comment, send me a text, an e-mail, or get ahold of me somehow if you want them.  Again:  They are FREE TO YOU.  Our mistake is your benefit.

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Let's go nostalgic for a while and think back to the engine used in 1986, based off the M12.  An estimated 1,400 BHP from a 2.0L engine?  You go, BMW.

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Thanks to +Google Maps, we are allowed to sit inside a Pagani Huayra.  Not even kidding.

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TIL:  NASA has a radio station that plays alternative rock.
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