This Car Stereo Is So Loud It Can Scramble Eggs
Looking to get the most boss (do people still say "boss?") car stereo? Why not follow this guy's lead?
This video is from 2011 and is worth taking a second (or third) look in 2015.
The man who came up with this idea filled a Ziploc container with raw eggs and then placed them inside four 18-inch, 30,000-watt speakers in the back of a 2001 Chevy Tahoe.
What happens next is a surprising marriage of excessive volume, automotive technology and culinary know-how. The containers start bouncing around like a nerd being pushed in the hallway by the football team.
The result? The eggs actually begin to scramble. It's certainly not the ideal way to cook, but isn't it cool to just know that you can. For all the talk you hear in the summer about it being hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk or bake cookies in a car, this may be the trick to try.