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When something is as good as the hoonitruck then it is only natural to for people to start to copy it, usually these copies turn out to be crap, but happily this mini hoonitruck is one of the better ones.

it's all done by a guy named Alex Saint who obviolly really liked gymkhana ten so much that he decided to "hoon-ify" his tiny 1971 Honda N600 pick-up and then decided that size was far more important than power chucked in a an old Suzuki GSX-R 1000 bike engine. The little tyreslayer weighs in a colossal 487kg meaning that it has a power to weight ratio of 390bhp per tonne, With a power to weight ratio as good as that then it means that it is deliciously fast clocking in a 1/4 mile time of 12.4 seconds at 104mph.

And as if that wasn't ludicrous enough Alex wants to strap on a turbo giving his nippy tireslayer a 400bhp (so something like 821bhp per tonne), We would love to see this drifting alongside the hoonitruk in the near future.

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