The Story of SVS TTX a e85 Viper

  • The E85 Viper project sets out to prove that we don't have to give up high performance cars in order to save the environment. In fact, we discovered during this project renewable fuel performs much better than today's gasoline. My name is Karl Jacob and I knew I loved cars at the tender age of 5. My early memories of my father were watching him crammed underneath one of his cars and asking me for a half inch wrench. My first car was a 69 Mustang we bought for $750 and turned into a race car. This is the story of what happens when a kid who loves cars and the environment, grows up then builds an e85 powered Viper.

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Este es el vídeo del tercer intento (segundo, según otras fuentes, aunque parece ser que eso es debido a que en el segundo tampoco lo consiguió) por parte de Karl Jacob de obtener el record de velocidad con un combustible E86 (biofuel) sobre un ... [Read More]

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Daniele Pizzo

Congratulations for the achievement.
Our website www.omniauto.it will report on this record.

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