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Bonneville Stories Part VII "BUDDFAB 50cc 150 MPH Streamliner"

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Uploaded on Apr 14, 2009

If really good things can come in small packages then really fast things can come in really small packages, too. John Buddenbaum, a metal fabricator and Eric Noyes, a NASA engineer set out to go very fast with a very small engine. With an engine not much bigger than that of an average size lawn mower John and Eric set the new world record of 144.891 mph with a 50 cc engine at the Bonneville Salt Flats in 2008. Buddenbaum and Noyes are going GREEN. They are testing an electric battery pack in 2009.

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