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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRMpNA86e8Q
  2. Jesus, Found this, reminds me of those buddies and myself when we are fooling around. Four players, four awesome stupid guys, blowing ourselves up... sweet >.< https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SSbFjK_gnY (stil a shame that there ain't cute ladies in this video :/ well that's also why it's that ridiculously funny xD)
  3. Just wanted to put this out there for people who want decent videos that do show how to fix stuff (sometimes a bit funny and stupid). This is a great resource https://www.youtube.com/user/mightycarmods/featured NOT the most professional outfit but it does get the job done. Even I get amazed by what these guys do. Some funny and educational videos that I enjoyed. This video is just too funny
  4. Hey guys, im sure there's many car enthusiasts around here and would be cool to see what everyone has got! I'll start Here's my MK1 Golf
  5. Take a close look at the rocket-powered car that's set to achieve speeds of 1,000mph, including components built by 3D printers. Meet the Bloodhound SSC -- the car that will be propelled by a jet engine and a cluster of rockets to hit a top speed of 1,000mph, thereby setting a new world land-speed record. It's a phenomenal machine, with a mind-boggling set of facts to match: Its engines generate 135,000 horsepower (equal to 180 Formula 1 cars), it travels a mile in only 3.6 seconds and it uses the latest technologies, including 3D printing, in its construction. The car is being developed in Britain by a team comprising of military and aerospace experts and over 250 separate companies, providing skills, labour and materials. The previous record of 763mph was set by the Thust SSC -- a UK team that included various members of the Bloodhound gang. The new record attempt will be given a test run in South Africa in 2016, before returning for its actual record attempt in 2017. The car is being shown off in a free exhibition in London this weekend, but we took a look under the hood of this rocket-powered beast during its production to find out what's required in building a 1,000mph car. Source http://www.cnet.com/
  6. If you find yourself in Mountain View, California, in the coming months, keep an eye out for Google's newest self-driving cars. There may not be many of them, but with their distinctive bubble shape, they'll be easy to spot. The purpose-built prototype vehicles this summer will leave their initial test phase in the rear-view mirror and take to the public roadways of Google's hometown, Chris Urmson, director of the company's self-driving car program, said in a blog post Friday. He didn't give a precise number, saying just that it would be "a few of the prototype vehicles." The cars will be driving themselves, but they will also have "safety drivers" aboard who can take over the wheel if necessary. That will be key to allaying worries among pedestrians and drivers of other vehicles that the robo-cars won't be ready for every situation. Google was dinged at the start of this week over reports that some of its self-driving Lexus vehicles, which have already been on the roads, had gotten into accidents. The company acknowledged that over the past six years its self-driving cars had been involved in 11 "minor" accidents, but countered that there were no injuries, that the self-driving vehicles were not at fault and that certain accidents simply can't be avoided. "Even when our software and sensors can detect a sticky situation and take action earlier and faster than an alert human driver, sometimes we won't be able to overcome the realities of speed and distance; sometimes we'll get hit just waiting for a light to change," Urmson wrote on Monday. "And that's important context for communities with self-driving cars on their streets; although we wish we could avoid all accidents, some will be unavoidable." Self-driving cars are still a rarity and have largely been limited to testing facilities and other controlled conditions. But they are a seemingly inevitable next wave of technology that consumers and businesses will have to reckon with. Major automakers from Ford to Audi to Nissan have all been experimenting with autonomous vehicles, and many standard-issue models are now equipped with robotic skills including lane control and collision control and the ability to parallel-park themselves. In March, Carlos Ghosn, CEO of the Nissan-Renault Alliance, said he expects the autonomous-driving revolution to have three phases -- a first wave emerging next year, followed by self-driving cars that can handle themselves on a highway by 2018 and then cars that can negotiate city driving by 2020. Elon Musk, CEO of electric-car maker Tesla Motors, said that same month that he expects self-driving cars to be the norm within 20 years. google-lexus.jpg Google's earlier take on the robo-car was a jury-rigged Lexus RX450h SUV. Google Unlike Google's earlier self-driving Lexus models, which were standard SUVs rigged up with gear to help them get around autonomously, the bubble-shaped cars coming to Mountain View's public roads are prototypes designed by Google from scratch. The new cars will use the same software that's installed in the Lexus vehicles. The Lexus fleet has driven around 1 million autonomous miles on the roads since the project started, Google said, and the results of all that driving have been used to tune up the driving skills of the new fleet. All safety drivers in the new prototypes will have a steering wheel, accelerator pedal and brake pedal that will allow them to take control if needed. The speed of the cars will be capped at 25 miles per hour. Google has been running these particular cars through the paces at its test facilities to make sure the software and sensors work properly. Their debut in Mountain View will mark the first time this fleet will venture out onto public roads. Google spokeswoman Jacquelyn Miller told CNET that over the past year, the team working on the new self-driving fleet has focused on three tasks: Building the self-driving prototypes from scratch -- 25 of them to date. Google will roll out a few at a time starting this summer. Continuing to refine the software by self-driving around 10,000 miles of city streets every week. Developing the software's ability to handle "rare and weird situations" on the road -- what it refers to as the 0.001 percent of things that Google needs to be prepared for even if it has never seen that before in real-world driving. The company will document the progress of its new self-driving public phase through the project's Google+ page. People who want to comment or ask questions about the project can share their thoughts on that page as well. "We've had 20+ Lexus vehicles driving on Mountain View city streets for the last few years, but the arrival of our new self-driving vehicle prototypes marks the start of a new phase of our project," Miller told . "We're proud of our driving record and development so far, and this new stage will help us understand what it really means to have self-driving vehicles in the world -- both how people in the community perceive and interact with them, and what the practical realities are for us in operating and maintaining them. Source http://www.cnet.com/news
  7. I have not seen any like this before, so I post a pic and their site here: http://jalopnik.com/these-awesome-jack-stands-will-transform-the-way-you-wo-1680463970 Their Youtube video shows how they work.
  8. Game Details: First See Trailer Video Here (Because a picture is worth thousand words and a video thousand pictures) Download Links for Android: Freemium Game Pro Game Amazon Store Download Links for Windows Phone: Full Game
  9. Game Details: First See Trailer Video Here (Because a picture is worth thousand words and a video thousand pictures) Download Links for Android: Freemium Game Pro Game Amazon Store Download Links for Windows Phone: Full Game
  10. Hey guys, just wondering what is the fastest any of you have ever driven your cars? In April, I managed to get up to 185 km/hr (ca. 115mph) on an unrestricted section of the autobahn
  11. 330BHP Wind Powered Car Click above to see video. It looks flash, goes faster than a V12 Ferrari, but this is no ordinary gas-guzzling sports car says its creator, Dale Vince. Nearly two years in the making at a cost of around $1.6 million, the Nemesis is an electric car powered by wind energy. That's a lot of time and money to invest in one car but Vince, CEO of UK clean energy company Ecotricity, thinks it's all worthwhile if it helps raise awareness of alternative energy. "We call our car a wind-powered car because we think it's important not to lose sight in the debate. We all need to switch to electric vehicles, but that energy has to come from somewhere," Vince said. Borrowing the chassis of a Lotus Exige, the Nemesis is powered by two 125 kilowatt motors which produce 330 brake horsepower. The lithium polymer battery can be recharged in less than two hours and will run for 100-150 miles before it runs out. UK drivers alone clock up 150 billion miles every year, Vince says, burning 25 million tons of oil in the process. "If we all had electric cars we could do that with 10,000 of today's windmills or 5,000 of tomorrows because they double in size every few years," he said. Vince hasn't stopped at cars. An electric tractor is in development and he entered an electric bike at this year's Isle of Man TT Zero Race. "Motor sport generally is a place of drama and excitement and if we can demonstrate green technologies there, we can show that actually living a more sustainable life isn't about giving something up you can still have fun but we can just do it cleanly," he said. Vince's passion for renewable energy dates back to 1991, when he was traveling around in a clapped-out bus and living in a trailer pursuing what he describes as "an alternative way of life." Back then he was unemployed. Today, he employs nearly 200 staff and provides clean power for over 50,000 UK customers. His transformation from traveler to green tycoon started on a hill outside the town of Stroud in Gloucestershire where he built his first windmill to power his trailer. He did everything himself from digging the foundation hole to fighting protracted battles with power grid companies and planners. The experience, he says, served as a blueprint for what became Ecotricity, which eventually launched in 1995. Sixteen years on, Vince operates 52 turbines at locations all over the UK, with dozens more being built or in the pipeline. Vince never doubted that the company would be a success, but the scale of it has surprised him. When he started out he hadn't thought that he would be supplying other people with their electricity. "I just wanted to make big windmills. I used to simply sit around at night and say, why don't they build windmills to make electricity?" he said. "And it dawned on me, who are 'they?' Why not me, why don't I do it? So I did." Source: CNN

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