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We suspect there’s more wire fu than meets the eye in this promo video from Japanese mobile operator SoftBank, but it’s still pretty awesome to watch two sword-wielding samurai go at it while floating around with jetpacks. We would so pay to see this movie.
Well here’s something you don’t often see at the dragstrip – a guy wearing a jetpack racing against a Dodge Challenger. Sadly, it doesn’t appear that he really went that fast or even finished 1/4 mile, but it’s still an awesome sight.
Prop maker David Guyton shares his favorite build yet: a steel replica of the Cirrus X-3 jetpack from The Rocketeer. It’s definitely not for beginners and takes a lot of time to build, but if you’re up to it keep an eye on his store for the free template.
Ski-cross world champion Filip Flisar amps up his speed across the powder with a little help from a jet-powered backpack. With the pack on, he can hit speeds north of 75 mph, though the temperatures on his back can reach over 1500°F.
There’s nothing ordinary about a guy flying a jetpack to begin with, but Team Supertramp took things to a whole new level with the eyepopping visuals, vibrant colors, and smooth motion in their clip of a pilot showing off one of JetPack Aviation’s awesome flying rigs.
For his latest video, Devin Supertramp replicated the classic speeder bike chase from Return of the Jedi – but instead of flying precariously between giant redwoods, they did the stunt on water, using specially modified Jetovator jetpacks. Duct tape ftw.