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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Harley Davidson Sport Jet

Harley Davidson with a jet engine?? Yes, that's 1929 Harley Davidson motorcycle that uses the twin pulsejet engine. The motorcycle dubbed 'Harley Davidson Sport Jet' which has a body that is low, but more length and stay slim. It looks like this is not a good thing, because the shape looks quite strange..
Harley Davidson Sport Jet built by Bob Maddox. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ZhF8c)
But do not underestimate the motorcycle. This bike is found to have used the twin pulsejet engine, in which the left and right side of the body looks a pair of big pipes that serves as the exhaust gases.

Bob Maddox was the one who managed to change the look of 1929 Harley Davidson Board Track Racer to be thin but looks solid. Bob Maddox deliberately put the pulsejet engine on the motorcycle.
Rear side view of Harley Davidson Sport Jet. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ZhF8c)
Bob Maddox build a package of motorcycle with the twin pulsejet engine includes pipes and tubes of pressure that he thought could thrilling window of the house, at least in a five-block radius. Sportjet has a very large torque is 340 Nm and is able to run more than 320 km/h.

This jet bike has a very light weight of only 113 kilograms, and red colored Harley Davidson bike was able to accelerate from 0-100 km per hour in 5 seconds.
For once the operation, this motorcycle cost about US $20 for the purchase of fuel, unfortunately Maddox did not give details of what fuel is used and the proportion of fuel usage and mileage. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PIPEBURN]
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