Fuller Hot Rods "The Fueller"
This is a segment we shot with Bryan Fuller who owns Fuller Hot Rods in
Atlanta...In this segment Bryan talks about his creation "The Fueller"...A
custom bike that starts out as a Buell sport model and ends up as something
Carb'd 461 Big Block - 1965 Oldsmobile - /BIG MUSCLE
Say hello to the first Oldsmobile we've ever featured on /BIG MUSCLE. This
1965 Cutlass F-85 has been cloned into a wicked 442 by it's owner. The goal
was simple - take a car that was a bit outside the norm and slowly
transform it into a kick-ass cruiser that has the ability to be flogged on
the autocross. With a carb'd 461 big block under the hood, it's big,
different and one of the most overlooked machines from the muscle car era.
• Robert McGaffin
How To Diagnose and Replace a Rear Caliper Using an Infrared Thermometer -EricTheCarGuy
How To Diagnose and Replace a Rear Caliper Using an Infrared Thermometer
shows how to use an infrared thermometer to find a bad caliper. This method
will also work on front calipers as well. Earlier this year ScannerDanner
was visiting the shop and after we came back from a drive in my 2004 Honda
Element, we smelled overheated brakes. The smell seemed to be coming from
the right rear caliper. Upon further investigation, using an infrared
thermometer, I found that that caliper had seized up and needed to be
replaced. I've done brake videos like this in the past but never went
through this particular diagnostic procedure to figure out what the issue
was. It's a method you can use for many other mechanical issues as
temperature diagnosis is something that is used throughout the service and
repair fields. It's a fast and easy alternative to taking things apart for
diagnosis. I hope it's able to help you should you run into similar issues
with your own vehicles.
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Isle of Man TT 2009 187mph Run over mountain.wmv
Neil the Fish hits 187mph on mountain mile section during practice week.
Riding a ZX10R followed by Crofty on a GSXR1000. The camera had a fault
that was later sorted out so had to edit out one small section.
Will be mounted on an Aprillia RSV4 factory for 2010 (watch this space).
NASCAR Stars Drive 700HP Raybestos '64 GTO-R at Watkins Glen
As a fun kickoff to the Watkins Glen race weekend, a few select NASCAR team
customers and media personalities were invited by the manufacturers of
Raybestos® Brakes to test drive the company's new 2011 promotional
giveaway vehicle: a highly-customized 1964 Pontiac GTO built for road
racing, powered by a 700 horsepower GM LSX 454 V8
engine, and equipped with Raybestos NASCAR-spec brakes. Drivers were given
the keys to the "race-ready but street-legal" vintage muscle car, strapped
into the harness, and invited to pilot the GTO-R around the original 6.6
mile street circuit of the early 1950s Watkins Glen Grand Prix races.
Raybestos customers, race fans, and enthusiasts can enter to win the
Raybestos '64 GTO-R through September 15th by visiting
The lessons learned on tracks at places like Watkins Glen are continually
translated into product improvements across the entire Raybestos product
line, which include racing, street performance, police patrol/pursuit
vehicles and heavy-duty trucks.
Raybestos® brand brake parts are produced by affiliated companies in
Affinia's Global Brake & Chassis Group, the leading manufacturer of braking
systems in the transportation industry. The Raybestos brakes product line
includes everything from brake drums to rotors, pads, shoes, calipers and
hydraulic parts. Raybestos brand racing brakes are used by premier teams
such as Joe Gibbs Racing, Roush Fenway Racing, Richard Petty Motorsports,
Earnhardt Ganassi, and Tommy Baldwin Racing in NASCAR® competition. In
addition, the Raybestos brand is the preferred racing brake pad of IZOD®
IndyCar® Series and Firestone® Indy Lights road and street course
competition. For more information about Raybestos brakes, visit
Raybestos Garage: Talking Shop '64 GTO-R Episode 6
The Raybestos '64 GTO-R is finished, and the results speak for themselves.
Crazy GM power, giant brakes, and beautiful Legendary interior. But the
GTO-R was purpose built for speed. So NHRA Top Fuel driver Clay Millican
makes a pass in it at Great Lakes Dragaway!
Raybestos '71 Camaro RS "The Beginning"
Award-winning chassis and muscle car builder Jeff Schwartz is directing
construction of the Raybestos project at his shop Schwartz Performance in
Woodstock, Illinois. The Raybestos Camaro RS will be equipped with
plenty of power for both highway and raceway, with plans for a 650+ horsepower
Schwartz-modified, GM LS3 V8 engine with SLP Supercharger, mated to a Tremec 6-speed manual
transmission, and severe-duty Moser 9-inch rear axle. Effectively
delivering all of that power to the ground will be the responsibility of
Schwartz's proprietary "G-Machine" custom-fabricated chassis: a bolt-in,
high-performance, fully-engineered modern suspension upgrade for vintage
uni-bodied muscle cars.
The best part, is that you can win it! Just enter at
http://raybestosgarage.com/contest/ for your chance to win this Camaro unlike any other!