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The more serious (and expensive) offroading in the UAE

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Post  Martin & Nettie on Fri Mar 13, 2009 5:30 am

The more serious (and expensive) offroading in the UAE 426H


Yes this beast is coming to Dubai soon. This is a 2009 Jeep Wrangler Jk with SRT8 Hemi 426, 7.0L engine. All custom built and made to perform both on and offroad. With maximum speed of 240km/h, acceleration of 0-100 in less than 5.4 seconds! As much as 655hp and a whole of 545 wheel hp!

Motor and Drivetrain
• 7.0 Liter 426cubic inch 655hp custom built hemi
• 228/232 565/565 115LSA 111ICL
• Stage 2 Heads
• 2.10/1.60 Stainless Valves
• Titanium Retainers
• Manley Springs
• Custom Locators
• Machined Locks
• Bronze Guides
• Viton Valve Seals
• CNC Ported/Hand Finished
• Billet Throttle Body
• 545RFE Tyranny
• Larger custom Radiator/ fans/ ect.
• Dana 44 Rubicon front
• Currie Rear Dana 60
• 513 gears
• ARB lockers rear
• Custom Heavy duty drive shafts
• SRT8 6 piston front Brakes and rotors
• Polished intake • Custom Valve covers
• TeraFlex 6" Long Arm Lift
• Walker Evans 12” travel shocks
• 2” airbags
• 2” wheel spacers
• 6 lug axels
• Empire 22” black rims with orange inserts and carbon insert plates ½1/2” KMC
• 40” Toyo MT’s


Outside Mods
• Bushwacker fenders out of Carbon Fiber
• Entire Wild Boar Slant Back Carbon fiber
• TMD Custom Hood w/ Carbon vents
• Carbon Windshield pillars
• Anodized Black Billet Door Hinges, Door Handles, Hood latches, Antenna surround, front and side light covers, cop4x4 badge
• Custom painted hood with Orange Crush logo, tail lights, mirrors, plate holder
• Stubby Antenna
• In Fab Custom Side steps
• TeraFlex Front and Rear Bumper/Tire Carrier, Glass Painted
• Vision X 84 LED 42” light bar carbon


Interior Mods
• Custom Dash with Carbon accents
• Black/carbon door panels
• Custom Speaker Bar
• Pop up DVD/NAV/DC with amp, new speakers
• Headrest TV’s
• Black seats with orange suede insert
• Black headliner with orange suede panels
• Custom Arm Rest, Grab Bar, door pulls.
• Black billet shifters, seat adjusters, climate control knobs, air vents
• Carbon gage pod with gages
• Carbon Surf Board




I have no idea what it costs - a couple of oil wells I expect!
Martin & Nettie
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Post  Jono on Fri Mar 13, 2009 7:24 am

426 Cu inch engine..Pah... that's a Girl's engine that is.....495 is where it's at for us grown-ups. Very Happy
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Post  Martin & Nettie on Fri Mar 13, 2009 7:31 am

7 litres - that seven 997 A series mini engines - isn't that enough - big boy Question
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Post  Jono on Fri Mar 13, 2009 7:39 am

No such thing as "enough" when it comes to cubes......... Very Happy
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Post  Martin & Nettie on Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:13 am

The more serious (and expensive) offroading in the UAE BossHoss82502ci

This Boss Hoss bike has a 8.2 litre Chevy V8 (502ci) engine - is that big enough for you Jono Question

The more serious (and expensive) offroading in the UAE 48_cylinder_motorcycle

This bike does not have a lot of cub inches but it has 48 cylinders Question


The more serious (and expensive) offroading in the UAE Radial_motorcycle

This one has only seven cylinders but in a circle Question
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Post  Jono on Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:24 am

**Coughs**... I... erm..actually... erm... nearly bought a "Boss Hog"....well it's not my fault.. there was a dealer near us in Quarry Bank..and ...erm... I'd... just looked in the showroom... on my walk back from the pup...and...erm...fortunately I collapsed in a fit of giggles after I'd sat on it..and the salesman threw me out of the shop. Very Happy
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Post  Martin & Nettie on Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:45 am

The two Worlds most smallest engines

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The Worlds smallest Combustion Engine.

The smallest working engine in the world is a Wankel type rotary engine, it was created at The College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA. It is made from solid steel, with all steel working parts such as the piston and bearings. Below is an image of the engine with the side plate removed to show the rotary piston.

The engine runs on butane or propane and delivers power to light up a 2.5 watt light bulb, but the engineers at Berkeley Labs are working on a 'tuned-up' version to deliver an estimated 30 watts of electrical power. This would be ample to run moderate electrical appliances like a laptop computer.

This “mini engine” is also a prototype for a Berkeley labs proposal to create a microscopic engine chemically etched from silicon.

“We are at the frontier of research into how to generate power using the smallest of components,” said Carlos Fernandez-Pello, a mechanical engineering professor who developed the engine with the help of Kenji Miyaska of Fukui University in Japan, Berkeley post-doctoral researcher David Walther and graduate students Kelvin Fu, Aaron Knobloch and Fabian Martinez.


The more serious (and expensive) offroading in the UAE Smallest-engine



The Worlds Smallest Steam Engine.

The worlds smallest steam engine is built with nano technology or the ability to create objects at the atomic scale. The image above shows a steam engine built with nano technology, the engine is about 5 microns across. A human hair is about 100 microns across, so this engine is very miniscule.

This steam engine was developed by Dr. Jeff Sniegowski at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

It classes as the worlds smallest steam engine as it works like a full size one. There are three pistons that are run by steam created by water from a tiny reservoir. A tiny electrical current boils the water in its tiny boiler to create steam which is then fed under pressure through the array of pistons which in turn push the pistons out. When the electrical current is stopped the steam condenses back to its original state of water and the pistons retract. Repeating this process makes the engine run continually.

The engine has been built with the same technology that is used to build silicon chips and micro-processor components. This is basically done by photographing an image and etching the image onto photo sensitive material which is then reduced to a very small size on a silicon wafer. The information on the photo-stat of course is still there, similar to micro-dots that the spies used to hide secret information. These etchings are then done in layers to build up the device as a dimensional object.


When this is complete, the engine is a three dimensional working unit. Its the appliance of science, but you need an electron microscope to see it !

The more serious (and expensive) offroading in the UAE Nano-steam-engine


I am waiting to go out with a mate to Dubai's largest second hand car lot - its massive apparently - so filling in time uploading useless information to the forum whistle
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Post  Jono on Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:51 am

....been there...any car you like...in any colour you like...as long as it's white. Very Happy
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