5.0 V8 Lotus Seven replica (locost) TEST DRIVE
This is the second test drive of the V8 Lotus Super Seven replica I've been
building from the ground up. 3 years ago I started with nothing but some
square steel tubing, wire welder, and angle grinder. Thanks to everyone
that has supported me and helped me out.
Newly Rebuilt 306 with Holley 670 carb
Edelbrock Performer intake
AFR 165 Aluminum Heads
Ford Racing E-Cam
Comp Cams 1.7 Roller Rockers
MSD distributor, coil, and ignition
Homemade Racecar - FSAE - MD-2
I was on the Toledo FSAE team which was my first experience about racing,
but I was always to tall to drive the cars. Decided to build my own budget
FSAE car. This is by no means the fastest race car ever built but it still
a blast to drive. Spent a year to build the car. It is by no means a
perfect car. I learned a lot during the build. To me, actually doing it is
the only time when you can learn and grow.
So anyone who wants to get bash me about high roll centers, using bike
shocks, or having a large amount of bump steer do not understand what it
means to learn. In the end, what I have gained is a large amount of
knowledge that I can put toward future projects.
1978 Kawasaki KZ650
Manual sequential shifter (uses push-pull cable)
1 gallon fuel cell
Electric fuel pump
Dampers: Mountain bike - Manitou Swinger x6
Spring: Coil Spring 250#
Mazda RX-7 Torsen Differential
Custom mounts and case
Custom length ATV CV joints
Front: ATV - Yamaha Blaster
Rear: ATV - Polaris Sportsman 700
Douglas ATV Rims 10''
FSAE Hoosiers/golf cart tires (for storage and testing)
Custom made fiberglass
Front: Stock ATV
Rear: Diff mounted rotor, motorcycle caliper
Master cylinders: Duel Willwoods
Quick release go kart wheel
Mini off road buggy kit car
Custom made wire harness
Vapor Digital tach/speedometer
Custom made steel space frame
Front Track: 56''
Rear Track: 55''
Ground clearance: 1.5''
1960 Vespa 400 Microcar with 1200cc Harley Davidson Sportster engine
I've had a ton of emails asking for more shots of the build and video of it
running down the street. Here a short clip to give you some idea of what we
did to build this wild ride. Its a mix of video and photos. Of course,
there was ALOT more to it than just what you see here.
6 Peoples Reactions to the CRAZY 900hp 3Dx Evo
We had a blast giving people rides in the Evo, even had a guest driver when
we gave Miss Thai Thai a ride after her photo shoot! See what people
thought about the car, caught a lot of people off guard.
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D & P Car Project Part 4
A bit of technical stuff: Car lowered to correct ride height requiring
major suspension mods, handbrake fitted along with new rear calipers. (See
Part 5 for video with front body fitted.)
Briggs and Stratton Powered Homemade Prototype Buggy
A short video of my homemade 3hp Briggs & Stratton Buggy.
The buggy has an upside down car differential and a 3 speed gearbox. The
primary drive is belt drive and this is used as a clutch. The final drive
is chain drive from the gearbox to the differential. The steering system is
a steering box from a mitsubishi colt and the steering rods have been
modified to suit the buggy. It isn't very fast but can tow a car trailer or
a boat trailer and it goes anywhere.
The Zero F**ks Given RX7 - /TUNED
Would you drive a car built by a teenager in his parents driveway with no
safety features whatsoever? We did, and now we'll tell you why this ugly
RX7 is so brilliant.
My first self made car SK-C2
This is a car I made over the summer. I only had 2 months to design and
build this car so I couldn't fit a turbo
and make the transmission automated like I originally planned. None the
less it was a very fun car with pretty impressive performance and handling.
The engine used was a Honda D16b (1.6l, 4cyl around 120hp)
The car weighs around 500kg
Suspension was fully adjustable push rod front and rear
Brakes were single piston caliper disc brakes from a Honda civic
Steering was rack and pinion 2 rotations lock to lock
Clutch was electronic and operated by a pedal behind the steering similar
to an F1 car
home-made 425 Oldsmobile powered death trap
Don't laugh to hard at this. My buddy's dad build himself a rail job
(death trap) race car, powered by a Oldsmobile 425 big block. Once again I
don't have all the info but it does have an Edelbrock intake and a Holley
carb. The Exhaust is running out open
manifolds. Also has airbag suspension in the back and some fat Mickey T's.
Check out the HUGE steering wheel, it's bigger than the actual wheels.
Gets crazy going down the road. Thankfully he never actually took it to
the track. It became doner parts for other projects. Have fun!!!!