This unique twin-engine 2000 Honda Prelude was built in 2009 by a team of mechanical engineers for a senior project at Oregon Institute of Technology. The seller sponsored the project and with his team spent 1,000 hours in research and labor. The engine in the trunk is the same 2.2 L H22A4 found in the front. Combined the engines produce 400 horsepower and 312 lb-ft of torque giving the car a calculated 0-60 mph in the mid-4s and a quarter-mile in the mid-12s. The engines are controlled by connected throttle cables and the front transmission control module operates both transmissions. The car is located in Portland, Oregon and with an asking of $24,000 OBO.
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