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Posted 9/19/2004 10:12:11 AM
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You know what?
Some people claim that Keaton Mobile's jet turbine has phallic design.

But I think that honor should goto Forever batmobile.
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Posted 9/19/2004 10:13:33 AM
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How was this car able to lift the front side up and shoot grappling hook in the movie?
Surely that thing would've prevented it from doing so.
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Posted 9/19/2004 10:30:15 AM
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Hey Joker,
Doesn't seem like the hub is sittong on top of the wheel base like you diagram.

Do you have any other thought on it?

Hey I'm not getting paid to think here. Wait a minute, I'm not getting paid at all. Yes you are right Donovan, the actual hub of the actual Batmobile does not sync up with my 'diagram'(Hehehe, I can't believe you referred to my sketches as a diagram), but that is because it is not exactly replicating the wheel design, this is just an easier method that I concocted. But as far as making the wheel cover and exact rep., then I'd suggest reconstructing your entyre drive train system to give the wheels the reverse thrust as they did in the movies, or go with the weighted spinners. Your imagination is your only limitation so don't restrict yourself to other peoples' ideas, build onto them. That way you can truthfully say 'yeah, i had some part to play in the designing of...The Batmobile!' How kool would that be? By the way are you a reporter? Lol.

I think I had an afterburner like that that came with one of my Lego sets.
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Posted 9/19/2004 5:02:36 PM
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Hey y'all. I've been following this site for a few months, but this is my first post.

As for the afterburner exhaust getting in the way of the car being able to raise up, I have no idea. If you go to transfx.com, there are a few pictures of the miniature used for filming the stunt. They're not very hi-res, but enlightening nonetheless.
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Posted 9/20/2004 3:56:55 AM
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It looks like the exahust is tucked in when the car was raised



However, enough with detractions.

How did the hub remain stationery?
No more diagrams?
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Posted 9/20/2004 9:49:19 PM
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Ya know, now that I have been thinking about it, the weighted spinners may actually work to a degree. I think I might try that for my car, put the logo on the centre of the wheel. That would be sweet, and half-original.
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Posted 9/21/2004 6:47:46 AM
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I spoke to the guy at movie world and he said the they used the spinner a bar stuck to the wheel and a wighted hub cap like thing freely spinning around th bar if that makes any sence preety much the spinner wheel
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Posted 9/21/2004 6:44:00 PM
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Posted 9/21/2004 7:44:14 PM
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Who the hell is this guy?
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Posted 9/21/2004 7:45:02 PM
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Gary Oldsman.

Commissioner Gordon in Batman Begins
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