FIRE BREATHING 25,000HP! TWIN JET ENGINE ’40 FORD FIRE TRUCK
Mark Smith’s U.S. Fire Force ’40 Ford Fire Truck Twin Rolls Royce Viper Jet Engines 25,000 Combined HP. This thing burns about 4 gallons per second when afterburner is lit. Tube Chassis with 3 main frame rails.
6 Wheel brakes with dual twin piston calipers on each wheel. 3 Air brakes, 2- 16ft ring slot parachutes and 1 emergency 3 panel 12 ft chute.
______ Weighs 7,200lbs. Currently Holds Jet Truck World Record at 407mph and wows the crowd Saturday Night at Cordova 61st Annual World Series of Drag Racing 8-23-14 with a fiery pass of firstname.lastname@example.org. Watch it..
“Believe me I’m a mechanic,” – words which describe this guy perfectly!! And one more prove that Redneck imagination has no limits. Those “Partners” on the truck are doing improvements and tune up their truck in very bizarre way. In other words – stock trucks are for pussies.
Redneck tuning is far-far away from logic and engineering.
However, this guy just set a World Record in must Bizzare Redneck Tuning. Instead of restoring this Classic Chevy C10, or improving comfort inside, No, he put huge tires on the rear axle to make the impossible to drive truck!
And when I say huge, I mean it. They have the same height as whole Truck.
One important notice is, that despite of all those redneck show-off features, owner improved the engine, setting a huge turbo. Moreover, to mount those huge sushis frame and axle improvement were mandatory.
Finally, we’re pretty sure, that this truck is impossible to drive in day-by-day routine, but to show-off a little, why not?
Appearances, as they say, aren’t everything. This 1970 F-100 is certainly proof of that, smoking a tuned 2011 Silverado a couple of times over in spite of its homely appearance. The old Ford, proclaimed to be “stock” (winky face), proves to have something other than a stock motor under the hood as it easily handles the Chevy in a series of rolling start drag races.