3800hp Jet Powered Motorcycle

3800hp Jet Powered Motorcycle
3800hp Jet Powered Motorcycle

Is that 3800hp between yours legs, or are you just happy to see me?

If there is one thing we can count on our pals over at Jalopnik for, it is to uncover the most outrageous power obsessed stories, and you don't get more outrageous or powerful than a 3,800hp jet power Motorbike.

A Rolls Royce Viper Turbojet aircraft Jet Engine provides the power and although details on the official site are a bit sketchy the power mad Australians have installed an after burner which boost the output by a further 1200hp.

The project has now been running for about 5 years and as far as we are aware holds the unofficial record for the worlds most powerful motorcycle.But lets not foget, this isn't the first time the Aussies have gone to extreme lengths on their motorcycle tuning.



  • ROLLS ROYCE VIPER MK.202 TURBOJET - Originaly Installed in Macchi Jet trainer orJet Provost aircraft.
  • Thrust = 2,450 lbs aprox 3,800 horsepower + after burner another 1200 horsepower.
  • Air Flow = 32,000 CFM aprox
  • Pressure ratio = 4.3 :1
  • Compressor = 7 stage axial flow
  • Engine Weight =290 KGs


  • Built by MAD
  • Seamless sched 80 tubing
  • Wheelbase = 3.4 meters

Front end

  • FJ 1200 Yamaha

Rear end

  • Dragway rims mad built hub twin discs no chains or sprockets to break.


Source: Jalopnik
Published Apr 28th, 2008 5:43pm By Clinton Deacon

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some_american some_american
oh yeah i forgot to add: "Damn Aussies! beat us to it again!!"
May 20th, 2008 9:30am
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some_american some_american
well, it may be the most powerful thing on two wheels, but what want to know is if it's the fastest, too. I only pray they don't try running the thing on its afterburners without having some type of aerodynamic stablization, or at least some 500+ pound man (or women, take your pick, i'm not sexist.) to ride it as it fires down the track; preferably a runway, but whatev.
May 20th, 2008 9:27am
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Joe_Limon Joe_Limon
the part that amazes me the most, is that the engine only weighs 290kg!
Apr 30th, 2008 11:26am
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Speedoholic Speedoholic
Wonder if my head stays in its place if I ride that thing
Apr 29th, 2008 9:32pm
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The_woo_factor The_woo_factor
I wonder how economical this bike is....
Apr 29th, 2008 6:18pm
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kevoluetion kevoluetion
I hate to be driving behind the bike!!
Apr 29th, 2008 11:13am
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norther norther
australiaaannsss?? i sware to god when i saw the picture.."oh no, the americans are bored again". but the australiaaaannnnsss...how do u write "quaikee". is the blonde australian too? anyway...i think it's fast enough to bring me to and back from school. gee, and i was thinking so much, what bike should i buy? im curious though...what's the mileage on that Saturn V engine? :))))))))
Apr 29th, 2008 5:07am
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afterace2 afterace2
anyway, who's insane enough to build such a machine, not to mention anybody to drive it :P
Apr 29th, 2008 4:44am
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unknownuser unknownuser
wow,..didnt know jets can fly into space
Apr 29th, 2008 3:38am
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Kepe Kepe
They can if they can build up enough speed... Of course, the engine wont generate any thrust in space, so the plane would drop back to Earth at some point. Unless it has so much speed it can actually move away from the Earth's field of gravity...
Apr 29th, 2008 4:18am
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pzigly pzigly
whats the 0-60 lol
Apr 29th, 2008 3:18am
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afterace2 afterace2
does it fly into space?
Apr 29th, 2008 12:08am
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ceven ceven
So the point is... Who's supposed to use it? :D
Apr 29th, 2008 12:06am
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