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    Ever want to strap jet engines to your legs?


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    very cool. Went a lot better than I would have expected

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    Dude has balls of steel. Now someone tell me would he be able to stay up in the air jif he had more fuel? Or would he just slowley keep falling closer to the ground over time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigrus
    Dude has balls of steel. Now someone tell me would he be able to stay up in the air jif he had more fuel? Or would he just slowley keep falling closer to the ground over time?
    That depends on if he had a treadmill....
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    I think it would depend on how much lift he could gain vs.gravity.
    Isn't a glider is in a state of falling while flying?

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    those are model airplane ducted fan motors

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    He said he was able to maintain an altitude of 2000 feet for a half a minute. I would think with a little more thrust he'd be able to gain altitude. I wonder how many government and military agencies are now working on trying to improve this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toneloc60
    He said he was able to maintain an altitude of 2000 feet for a half a minute. I would think with a little more thrust he'd be able to gain altitude. I wonder how many government and military agencies are now working on trying to improve this.


    Damn, all the kids across the world are gonna want one.....including me!!

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    Hell yea I'd take a pair of those

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