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66 pound body.

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Eisenflower, Mar 11, 2004.

  1. Eisenflower

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    nice, but pointless.......car accident = death by expense
     
  3. DJQ

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    not really, you know that6 body is gonna have crazy roll cages and shit under it..
     
  4. Dural

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    What is that? Carbon Fiber(I know nothing about cars btw)
     
  5. DJQ

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    yep, Carbon Fibre body
     
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    I wonder what that body costs?
     
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    Not only that but the fact that Carbon Fibre is more resistant to damage than steel, aluminum, fiberglass, or any other conventional body material by about 100x.
     
  8. Boots

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    I had to laugh at the mullet crowd from SI vs All on clubsi ripping up the Koenigsegg saying it's eggshell body would rip apart if it could really pull off a 9 sec. launch :rofl:
     
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    Very true but when it does shatter, the edges are razzor sharp. I wonder what kind of safty issues that would pose in an accident on the street.
     
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    FOr some reason I highly doubt that would be used on the street..
     
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    :lol: yeah, probably right.
     
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    It would be wicked if it was street legal.
    I'd buy one. 8)
    It would probably cost an arm & a leg though!
     

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