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He guys, that real project from Ukriane ;) (Dnipro city)

Two 6G72 TT engines with two 6 speed manual trany's.
The owner say he will use one of engine (front or rear) or together two engines.
The car is +400mm longitude and +200mm width!!!

Look and masturbate :)

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2 manual shifters? that must be fun to drive.

the dash is the only thing that makes me really wet. the back bumper could be interesting. the front bumper has more folds than a pornstar's labia.

still like glecar's better.
 

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Thats SAWEEEEET!

Glecars stealth = hawtt yum!

I don't understand how you can use 2 motors and 2 trannys....wtf
 

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2 manual shifters? that must be fun to drive.

the dash is the only thing that makes me really wet. the back bumper could be interesting. the front bumper has more folds than a pornstar's labia.

still like glecar's better.
I'm assuming the linkages will be tied together to make it one shifter controlling both.
 

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timestamp 0:21, that's also an ATX.
 

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the fact that its 2 auto trannies doesnt seem like a good idea. i mean. what if the shift points dont match up. especially at a drag strip. it seems like thats a good way to put yourself into the wall
 

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as long as the TCU's are operating properly, it's doubtful that the rpm's would be very far off--provided the wheels have equal traction.
 

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as long as the TCU's are operating properly, it's doubtful that the rpm's would be very far off--provided the wheels have equal traction.
thats what i mean though. being that the drive trains arent connected it essentially has to deal with both the issues of when a FWD loses traction and when a RWD loses traction. which isnt always at the same time. i can just picture the front right wheel not getting grip at the same time as the left rear. add that too different shift points due to wheel spin. get a decent amount of torque to the other two wheels and boom. into the wall.
 

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How in the hell is the throttle cable going to be fabicated to provide equal powerbands when running? How is the engine in the rear going to rotated to provide the rear wheels the same direction of spin depending on the gear you're in? How are the transmissions going to be functional together without a transmission dragging the other? How is the exhaust going to be run? How are the engines going to be started? How many batteries are going to be run? How many sets of coil packs will be run? This just seems like a total waste of time, it's a lot of work for nothing, the guy should just leave it single engine and rice it out even more like he has done already.
 

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interesting project. I am in for more. Just ignore any haters that post...
 

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Rear engine (rear part of body) is cutted front underhood part with engine, trany, axle, shocks ans springs and all of front suspenssion.

Trhotle body can be synchronise, without problems.

Rear engine drive only rear wheels ans front the same with the front wheels.

When you drive in two engines, front wheels turns the same speed with rear wheels, because we have two clutch-kit, two pressure plates, two organic clutch discs with springs, two flywheels. Let's think :cool:
 
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