Fastest jet-powered fire truck
Shannen Seydel
655 kilometre(s) per hour
美国 (Brainerd)

The world's fastest fire truck is the jet-powered Hawaiian Eagle, owned by Shannen Seydel, of Navarre, Florida, USA, which attained the speed of 655 km/h(407 mph) in Ontario, Canada, on 11 July 1998. The truck is a red 1940 Ford, powered by two Rolls Royce Bristol Viper engines boasting 4,470 kW (6,000 hp) per engine generating 5,443 kg (12,000 lb) of thrust.

The 601 engines listed were used at airshows only, the actual engines used on the runs for the record was the Rolls Royce Viper MK 633-41 full after-burning engines, each engine claimed buy the manufacturer to put out 5,000 lbs of trust, but Shannen added adjustable tail feathers so the tail cone could be tighten up after hitting 250 MPH the engines each then put out 6,000 of thrust as soon as the runs where complete the engines where removed.