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Old 02-13-2010, 03:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Getting across any continent at 300 MPH on any roadway is ridiculously pie in the sky. I'd say even on a railroad it would be difficult to achieve. And any mishap at that speed in that vehicle would almost surely end in instantaneous death.

Half a million for a motorcycle is pretty pie in the sky anyway. You can buy a pretty fast airplane for that kind of spare change.

I would like to see test results. Those outriggers would never be able to withstand those speeds, so they are obviously retractable for low speed stability, but the entire vehicle looks like it is only designed for straightline speed and not high speed maneuvering.
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