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Probably not practical at all, but when you suddenly have the urge to test your master chef skills and have no stove – maybe, just maybe – you can use your turbo.

When it comes to all of the wacky things that you could do with a car that perhaps said car was not built to do, the results are really limitless. With platforms like YouTube, these thoughts that might’ve been, well, simply thoughts, are brought to life in ways like we have never seen before. Whether that’s for better or worse, we have yet to decide.

However, one thing that we certainly can say is that watching these experiments unfolded in front of our eyes ends up being pretty entertaining as the wackiness really continues to grow in the most unexpected ways.

This time, we catch up with Rob Dahm and his infamous Mazda RX-7. As it turns out, he isn’t doing any of his normal rotary powered shenanigans but instead, has decided to try something out to see if he can cook his breakfast on the turbo’s exhaust housing as it heats up pretty intensely.

Obviously, there’s really not much scientific value in this video, it's just entertainment that you'll get, but we can’t help but be incredibly interested in Rob’s thoughts to see exactly how well the turbo does with the pop-tart .

The following review is quite hilarious.

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