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    Posted on 21-09-17, 20:04

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    Remember FireBrandX? His website got mentioned on LTT

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    Posted on 21-09-20, 02:27

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    That's pretty sweet. I seem to remember FireBrandX making a super-accurate CGI SNES controller, down to that specific grain the plastic has... great attention to detail in his 3D work.
    Posted on 21-09-20, 09:38 (revision 1)
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    He also made a superb NTSC colour palette for use in NES emulators.

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    Posted on 21-09-29, 19:26 (revision 2)
    Dinosaur

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    LMXT: Built in America. By Americans. For Americans.

    If you have a deja vu feeling with this "American" plane, it's because it already failed to impress the USAF a decade ago, due to its fatal flaw of "not being from an American manufacturer" (Instead, the USAF choose to set ablaze a big pile of taxpayers money pick a BUGGYBUGGYBUGGY Boeing special, complete with questionable MCAS and leaky fuel systems!).

    This time, it seems Lockheed Martin managed to convince Airbus to build their fancy tanker IN USA! USA! USA!, slap a Lockheed Martin sticker over the Airbus nameplate, and bribe some folks at Congress just to not fade into irrelevancy. Oh, and to get some of that sweet, sweet taxpayer money from the Defense budget.

    The Airbus A330 MRTT Lockheed Martin LMXT: as American as "Designed by Apple in California and Made in China™"

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    Posted on 21-10-01, 14:13
    Dinosaur

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    And now, for something slightly different: the ultimate boring Corolla:
    https://www.thedrive.com/news/24487/this-400-hp-beater-toyota-corolla-with-a-3s-gte-engine-swap-is-the-ultimate-sleeper

    Ugly. Beaten. Hideous. Completely unremarkable. And it can kick your ass every day 'till next year!

    ...provided those cheapo tires hold all that raw power, of course.

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    Posted on 21-10-01, 17:10
    Custom title here

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    Posted by tomman
    And now, for something slightly different: the ultimate boring Corolla:
    https://www.thedrive.com/news/24487/this-400-hp-beater-toyota-corolla-with-a-3s-gte-engine-swap-is-the-ultimate-sleeper

    Ugly. Beaten. Hideous. Completely unremarkable. And it can kick your ass every day 'till next year!

    ...provided those cheapo tires hold all that raw power, of course.
    That Corolla is many things, but boring is not one of them. :P

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    Posted on 21-10-02, 21:08 (revision 1)

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    My first car was a pre-owned Ford Festiva hatch. I had a soft spot for the little econobox, and had pretty fond memories hanging out with friends with it (imagine fitting 6-8 people like some clown car).

    So I was really surprised when I first read about the Ford SHOgun. Jay Leno had one of the seven units ever made. Although, it wouldn't be considered a sleeper by virtue of the hood scoops and visibly wider rear end and dual exhaust.

    There was even this more recent article mentioning the potential of plunking a Hellephant engine into a Festiva frame, I highly doubt it can realistically be acheived though. I think a more feasible solution would be to go the EV route with twin motors.



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    Posted on 21-10-04, 20:07

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    bsnes + SMW widescreen on LTT

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    Posted on 21-10-14, 00:41 (revision 1)
    Dinosaur

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    The 100 MHz 6502

    Remember: the "F" is for "FPGA". Or for "fast". Or for "fuck me sideways, my Commodore now feels like a Cray!".

    Too bad you can't just drop it into a NES and make a Super Nintendo Lite...

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