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Paul Stender takes his jet-powered school bus up and down the crowd line before lighting the afterburner and accelerating to over 300 mph! Watch for the massive flames coming out of the engine! Now you can go behind the scenes and on the runway with the jet bus! Check out our video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR88ZQZw6aE For more airshow and aviation videos, photos, and merchandise, check out our website at http://www.AirshowStuff.com and http://shop.AirshowStuff.com
For more info, visit www.indyboysinc.com This footage was taken at California Capital Airshow. The Jet Powered School Bus lines up at the end of the runway and pilot Kyle Franklin does a low pass over him. They drag race down the runway.
Go behind the scenes with Paul and Therese Stender as they prepare and perform in the Indy Boys Inc. "School Time" jet-powered school bus at the 2015 Battle Creek Field of Flight Airshow and Balloon Festival in Battle Creek, MI. Watch from the runway as the bus puffs flames and gets buzzed by aerobatic pilots Rob Holland and Jack Knutson. Then, Paul brings the bus up to full afterburner just a few feet away and launches himself to 300mph as he races Jack while playing chicken with Rob! Thank you to Paul and Therese for this fantastic vantage point! For more up close airplane and jet bus footage, check out our other video, featuring the bus as part of "The Immortals" along with Skip Stewart, Kyle Franklin, and pyro! https://youtu.be/fvttvzdyhx0 For more airshow and aviation videos, ph...
The World's Fastest Jet-Powered Bus SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1sHvkD5 BREATHING fire and hitting speeds of 367mph, no kid would ever be late taking this JET-POWERED bus to school. The monster machine dubbed 'School Time' is fitted with a 42,000hp fighter-jet engine that can propel it a quarter of a mile in a matter of seconds. It shoots out 80ft flames as it screams down the runway, burning an incredible 150 gallons of fuel in a single run. The iconic vehicle wows motor fans across North America including Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, where these images were captured. Videographer / Director: Indy Boys Producer: John Balson Editor: Jack Stevens / Ian Phillips FACEBOOK: Like Barcroft Cars - http://on.fb.me/1sZ5NGR TWITTER: Follow @BarcroftCars - http://bit.ly/Zy31LB WEBSITE: For licensing...
Watch this beast get up to 314 miles per hour!
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