Super Tank 17,000ps

As my 200th video, I decided to post something different and surprising. I have seen F1 cars and Super GT cars. But this thing was a true monster in another way. It's got 17,000ps, goes 500km/h, and consumes 40L(10gallons) of jet fuel each time you see a back fire. [Specifications] - Vehicle Name: Secret Weapon - Race Category: BERC Drag Racing Championship - Max Output: 17,000ps - Engine: Westinghouse J34 (turbojet engine for US Air Force aircrafts) - Top Speed: 500km/h - Bodykit: Imitation of US M1 Battle Tank - Running Cost: 2,500,000JPY per run (approx.32,500USD)

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