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    Default Twin Engine Chopper....

    Have you guys ever seen a twin engine chopper??? I never have until now...



    It's at Haus of Trikes & Bikes....

    http://ht.blinkbeta.com/index.php/pr...09_twin_engine

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    I wonder how hard it is to sync both engines together.

    I've seen a 24 engine bike:
    http://hackedgadgets.com/2008/09/12/...ne-motorcycle/

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    I've seen a few over the years...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    I wonder how hard it is to sync both engines together.

    I've seen a 24 engine bike:
    http://hackedgadgets.com/2008/09/12/...ne-motorcycle/
    That is friggin funny...:drag:

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    wow that is crazy.. i did just recently see a twin engine tractor that my friend uses for tractor pulls.. it was a pain in the ass for him to sync the engines..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudpuppy View Post
    wow that is crazy.. i did just recently see a twin engine tractor that my friend uses for tractor pulls.. it was a pain in the ass for him to sync the engines..
    Those tractor pull rigs was the first thing that came to my mind. And I always wondered how they synced everything.

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    looks wicked!

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    Check this 1 out. The throttle cable nightmare.



    This 4-meter-long motorcycle was constructed by German comic writer Roetger Feldmann, ("Broesel") and is powered by no less than 24 chain-saw engines coupled together. It is called "Dolmette", as its 24 single-cylinder two-stroke engines are taken from Dolmar PS7900 chain-saws. The result is a total of 1900cc, and 170 HP at 15,000 rpm or 260 km/hr. (161 mph) Whether the bike has actually travelled at that speed is currently unknown. It has a Harley-Davidson 5-speed transmission.
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    Arlen Ness did that one back in the day that was quite famous.

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    He did a 3 cylinder harley motor also if memory serves right
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