Dyno TEST - V8-hayabusa engine - Hartley Enterprises
IT DOESNT WANT TO STOP !!
This engine is made by Hartley Enterprises, what they did was fuse two hayabusa's top-ends to a common crankshaft; to make a 75 degree V8. They tested the engine in a Caterham Super 7.
It makes 306 wheel horsepower, about 375 flywheel horsepower; Its ONLY a 2.6 Liter engine, and the engine rev's all the way to 10,500 rpm !
they also have a 2.8 Liter version that is even more astounding, the 2.8L makes 400 horsepower and 245 ft-lbs torque.
AND THE ENGINE ONLY WEIGHS 200LBS !!!!
JUST WAIT TILL THEY MAKE A Supercharger FOR THIS BEAST!!!
check the site - http://www.h1v8.com/page/page/1562068.htm
"Junior" Model Chevy V8 Phillip
Free style, 1/4 scale, chevy V8
250 cc , Weight 17 Kg , Cylinder head length 200 mm
No rotational weight added to aid idle quality
Bore, Conrod length and Stroke based on chevy 308
Fully water cooled cylinder heads and piston sleeves
Scaled down starter motor with bendix and solenoid
Scaled down clutch assembly and flywheel
Oil pan (Sump) manufactured using 1mm sheet steel
Engine block machined from billet aluminum
Bore 36.5mm Stroke 30mm ( EN9 billet Crank shaft, Internal balanced)
270 degree sport camshafts
8.6 : 1 compression ratio
Idle RPM ~980 Max RPM 6000
20W 50 motor oil (Crank , Rods and Cams 4 bar pressure fed )
95 octane unleaded fuel
Modified diaphragm carburetor ( To achieve Holly look alike)
Optical triggered Electronic ignition
3D printed plastic distributer cap
All parts manually machined, no CNC used.
This was a 4 year project (Jan 2009 - Mar 2014)
Special thanks to Jan & Jurie Naude for cylinder head and intake manifold