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    Not exactly an auto, but Honda is one of the world’s leading automakers so we thought you might be interested in hearing how its foray into aviation is going. Since we first mentioned this effort back in July, it seems things are going quite well, actually. At a convention in Orlando, Florida this week, Honda announced it has already written more than 100 orders for its $3.65 million HondaJet. Sales of its jet just began on October 17 so demand is obviously high, much higher than Honda had expected for three days of sales.

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    http://tsikot.yehey.com/?p=1674

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    another honda airplane video

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    toyota should be concerned. mukang iba na ang interest ng Honda ngaun, flying cars ala mask

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    Cgurado susunod ang toyota dyan.

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    O.T. Japanese Zero fighter and Torpedo bomber during WW II

    were powered by Mitsubishi.
    Last edited by XTO; November 14th, 2006 at 02:09 PM.

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    more on honda jet....from the official honda website....

    HondaJet Named Winner of Popular Science's 2006

    Sales of HondaJet Off to Impressive Start After 3-day NBAA Convention

    News related to HondaJet

    not surprising because honda is the best and the largest manufacturer of engines all over the world with an output of 16+ million engines every year.
    Last edited by explorer; November 14th, 2006 at 02:55 PM.

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    HONDA foreever. hehehehe

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    OT: The Albatross D.III and Fokker D.VII fighters of the Luftstreitkrafte during WWI (1914-1918) ...

    were powered by Mercedes and BMW engines repectively. BMW's logo is that of a spinning white propeller against a blue sky background.

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    Mhmmm... Rolls Royce engined Spitfires and Mustangs...

    I can just imagine, what if other car-manufacturer start making airplanes ten years from now...

    - electronic glitches.
    - alarm problems.
    - over-reactive brakes.
    - pilots complaining of "artificial" steering feel.
    - unprovoked airbag deployment (even funnier if the pilot is trying to land at the time... )
    - fuel lines catching fire. (Remember the CRV?)

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    vtec baby.....










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