If you feel like less of a man (or woman) when you roll up next to a car with a roaring engine, consider investing in a Vroominator. Saving you thousands on a new car, for forty bucks this device is synchronized to the vehicle’s alternator signal, so its growling engine revolutions match a car’s acceleration, producing the rumble of idle and the roar of redline. In top gear, its purring hum provides drivers the suggestion that their ride, even if only for a brief period of time, is a V8 sports car. Fortunately, it only fills the car’s interior with these sounds. This is a good thing because it means the guy next to you won’t be wondering why your Honda Odyssey suddenly sounds like a Porsche Boxster, thereby foiling your douchey plan.
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