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here's one of the hydrogen busses

blacksnapon

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The area behind the wheels is all tanks (@5000 psi)
 

Gunner

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HPIM0377.JPG
The area behind the wheels is all tanks (@5000 psi)

Hmmm.............

Either they're eating up a LOT of their passenger space with explosive hydrogen cylinders...............

OR

Fuel efficiency makes the carrying of heavy, explosive gassious hydrogen more efficient than it used to be ;)

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blacksnapon

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Theres 6 tanks in there. They are cylindrical, stacked up. 3 on top of each other next to the passenger compartment, 2 stacked, then one all the way in the rear.
 
Theres 6 tanks in there. They are cylindrical, stacked up. 3 on top of each other next to the passenger compartment, 2 stacked, then one all the way in the rear.
The perfect vehicle for your "Upwardly-Mobile Suicide Bomber"
 

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Question: How long will it run before it needs to be refueled?

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blackhat620

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Ford Pinto comes to mind. :rolling laugh:
Anyone else seen the movie 'Hooper'. I can picture the scene when they're driving down the highway next to the cop and they say, "Bye, Bye nice officer!" and hit the rocket. ROFLMAO Wonder what the 1/4 mile would be if you just busted the back out!!
 
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