In an attempt to break its own 2014 record for the fastest lawn mower, Honda and its partners have created the second iteration of the Mean Mower.   

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It sports a lightweight frame and the 1.0-liter I4 from a Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade SP, which puts out about 190 horsepower.   

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That's more than twice the power of the previous Mean Mower.

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The wildest part is that it can still cut grass, thanks to a cutter deck with carbon fiber blades, powered by electric motors and two batteries.     

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Most of the rest of the Mean Mower was made from scratch.   

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Honda believes you can hit 150 mph in the new Mean Mower, which is pretty terrifying.

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Honda's previous record, 116.575 mph, has since been beaten.

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Can Honda break the record? Probably, but we'll find out soon enough!

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