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It would have to be very few. For example a Kawasaki ZX14 will hit 100mph in just over 4 seconds. By the time the Nissan reached 60mph, the Kawasaki would be long gone.0-160 in 22sec, i wonder how many crotch rocket riders will get unpleasantly surprised after they get passed by that thing whilst trying to run
It would have to be very few. For example a Kawasaki ZX14 will hit 100mph in just over 4 seconds. By the time the Nissan reached 60mph, the Kawasaki would be long gone.
It's probably a guy who's about the size of a 12 year old. I couldn't shoehorn my 6'4" 300lb self in that thing.bet everyone hates the guy that got chosen over them to drive that
Only the ones who ride responsibly. No GT-R can keep up with a liter + sportbike ridden by a competent rider.0-160 in 22sec, i wonder how many crotch rocket riders will get unpleasantly surprised after they get passed by that thing whilst trying to run
There was a movie called Gumball Rally that came out in 1975. Cannonball Run came out in 81.I Thought it was a Cannon Ball run? Never heard of a Gumball, that doesn't sound very fast. :supergrin:
In NOVA traffic? Really????
That's what crossed my mind when I saw this, too. Although, that thing DOES light up like a Christmas tree, so it'd be hard to make a case for "I didn't know he was a cop." But someone will...I can see it now...
"LOLZ, look at that ricer with red and blue neons!... He thinks he's a cop!...LOL"
...failure to stop, resisting arrest... ect.
Yeah, I vote that this vehicle is more of a promotional item for the agency and company who outfitted it... not something that will actually be used for police work too often. I can't imagine what the maintenance costs would be. Having a single "pursuit vehicle" for an entire agency is fairly unrealistic anyway, since you obviously never know who/when/where a pursuit is going to happen.I'm guessing it's for a movie, not actual police work.
There was an article a while back about some FBI agents wrecking a seized Ferrari. Apparently they had taken it out on a joyride. A lot of people commented about how irresponsible that would be and it would be a better use of taxpayer funds to put the car up for auction and buy 4 or 5 REAL police cars fully equipped.could be a seizure I bet plenty of drug dealers bought them....