We’ve noticed most three-wheelers on this site get a bad reception from you, our faithful MO readers, so we’re interested in hearing your thoughts on the Tanom Motors Invader Model R. A reverse trike very similar to the Campagna T-Rex, Virginia-based Tanom has just unveiled the Invader Model R at the SEMA show in Las […]
Get a Hayabusa Engine Into Your Car
If you ask why, its not for you
Have you have ever wondered how to get a Hayabusa motor into a car? Well then all your questions have been answered (we will send for the doctor right away!). Hartley is a US engineering firm who has come up with the conversion kit to do just that, when fully dressed the engine will have a dry weight of 140lbs and can produce 175 to 250 hp or more if you throw in a turbo or two.
The kit will not be available until early 2009, no pricing was available on their site at this time. If your interested in receiving updates, you can email Hartley (firstname.lastname@example.org) and add “H2 BUSA update” in the subject line.