By Mike Garrison
Have you ever turned to YouTube looking for some DIY help or information, and hours later you find yourself caught in the "YouTube vortex" in which somehow you are now watching funny cat videos? I do this quite often actually, and during my latest YouTube adventure I started out watching Adam Drake's latest how-to video, but somehow stumbled across the video below hours of watching "suggested videos" later.
While this is not a new video to YouTube, it is quite fascinating, and one that I felt is worth sharing for those who have never seen it, and/or for those like myself who could watch this over and over and over.
JohnnyQ90 replaces the back plate of a nitro R/C engine with 12mm plexiglass, and displays the internals of the engine running wild as the engine revs high.
Video courtesy of YouTube user JohnnyQ90: