Repurposing an old game cartridge isn't something new, but this is one of the first projects we've seen with a custom label. Imgur user "cheesey24" started with an old hard drive and a Championship Bowling cartridge, but gutting the latter wasn't the easiest of tasks. Since Nintendo uses custom screws, he had to make his own tool - using an old runner from a model kit and a lighter to mold it - before cracking open the case. After some dremeling, a custom label from UnconventionalHacker and securing the hard drive, the rest is history. Continue reading to see the project from start to finish.
At first glance, this appears to be a real Lamborghini Murcielago LP640, but it's actually a replica. That's right, the reason why all the proportions are correct is because rather than use a donor car, everything was built from the ground up, with a tube chassis and fiberglass/carbon fiber body by NAERC. Continue reading for a dyno pull as well as some spirited highway driving.
The Tumbler may be one of the most popular vehicles from the Batman series, but Tim Burton's Batmobile from the 1989 film 'Batman Returns' is timeless. This fan-built Batmbile comes equipped with a Jaguar-sourced 3.2L inline-six engine with automatic transmission. Not just for looks, this matte black stunner features LED running lights, front / rearview cameras, flame throwing rear ducts, and even an electric canopy. Continue reading for a video and more information.
First came the Dodge Tomahawk, now Allen Millyard has built his own version of the 500bhp 8.0L V10 motorcycle, called the "Millyard Viper V10". All parts for this street-legal bike were handcrafted in Allen's garage, and has since done over 5000-miles after its completion. It's also paid a visit to the Isle of Man TT, and achieved an insane 207mph at the Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground in Leicestershire, United Kingdom. Millyard said: "The engine sat in my garage for about two years," he laughs. "And then one day it just came to me. I would build an unfaired muscle bike. It had to work, it had to be road legal, and I had to be able to go shopping on it. I stripped the engine down to take away all the extraneous bits. One of the results is that the powerplant is now 10 inches shorter. And I took all the plastic off. Apart from the instrument pod, the motorcycle is all steel and aluminum." Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including some crazy guys using lava to cook steaks.
Ever wonder what R2-D2 would look like as a PlayStation 4 laptop? If so, the wonder no more, as expert game console modder Eddie Z. has you covered, with his latest creation, the R2-PS4. Yes, it even talks. Eddie said: "Thanks to the forum www.astromech.net, I was able to get sound effects and 3D printed parts to use on this system. This system has real scaled down R2 parts installed everywhere." Continue reading for an in-depth video overview.
Hennessey's HPE700 upgrade for the 2015 Ford Mustang transforms the sports car into a beast, thanks to a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 that boosts the original 435hp all the way up to 717hp, enabling it to go from 0-60mph in a blistering 3.6-seconds. Other features include: a high-flow throttle body, stainless steel exhaust, along with high flow injectors and fuel pump. To help this vehicle stop on a dime, the tuners opted for 15.1-inch Brembo bakes. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
When a single monitor just isn't good enough, you could always pick up an Eyefinity graphics card and link up five displays, like these computer modders have. Whether it be for gaming, video editing, watching movies, or just random web browsing, you'll be able to do it all at once and then some. As you can see in the images above, first person games look incredible, but hook up a racing seat, and you'll be ready to take on some of the world's most beautiful tracks in a hypercar. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including a preview of the all new 3Doodler 2.0 pen.
When is a display, not just something used to play games, surf the web, work, etc.? When they're transformed into things that look to be straight from the Victorian-era. This computer geek transformed not one, but two, of his displays, and they look classy to say the least. Now if only there were a matching keyboard and mouse...Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery Continue reading for a viral video of Petr Spatina being played in a glass harp.
You saw the Lamborghini-powered motorcycle last month, now check out this one, powered by a monstrous Aston Martin-sourced V12. Boss Hoss may be known for their V8-powered customs and transplanting other large car engines into motorcycles, but this takes it to a whole new level. How does it sound? Well, just imagine a DBRS9 GT3 made specifically for the race track at idle. Continue reading for two videos.
This may not be the most complex modding project of all-time, but it does see an N64 installed inside a table, with the controller leads built in under the surface of the wood to keep the wires tangle-free. This leaves the top free for all of your drinks, snacks, Nintendo Power magazines and whatever else your heart desires. To top things off, there's even an in-laid pixel Mario made from wood blocks. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of what it's actually like to be in a coma.