Race to 400mph - DYNO Test
Sam Wheeler of Arcadia California, is preparing to break the motorcycle
land speed record with a run of 400 MPH plus at Bonneville Salt Flats Utah
this summer with his PARTS UNLIMITED/EZ HOOK streamliner.
With the PARTS UNLIMITED sponsorship Sam has totally revamped the power
plant and transmission on his liner. The streamliner is now powered by a
Suzuki Hayabusa 1300cc engine built by Vance & Hines.
The 20013 Bonneville Salt Flats season saw very wet salt conditions, and no
record runs were attempted.
With Bonneville testing out of the question, in September 2013, Sam brought
his streamliner to the Vance & Hines Dyno facility in Santa Fe
Springs CA for testing of the engine and the new drive system. This video
gives us a look at that session.
Sam Wheeler: Race to 400MPH (episode 4) - Drivetrain
Sam Wheeler plans to break the motorcycle land speed record in the
summer/fall of 21013 on the Bonneville Salt Flats. The current record is
376.156 MPH set by Mike Akatiff's Ack Attack in 2010.
Sam feels he will need to go faster than 400 MPH with his EZ HOOK/PARTS
UNLIMITED streamliner to take the record. This video is part 4 of a series
of videos by IGNITION3 that gives you an inside look at what Sam is doing
to his streamliner to be the World's Fastest Motorcycle.
PARTS UNLIMITED and a very dedicated group of sponsors are making all of
this possible for Sam, who has been building streamliners since high
ISDE 2012 - Day 6 Highlights
Day 6 is traditionally features one special test. The 2012 course is a
super moto style using portions of the paved Saxonring road race circuit
combined with off-road supercross style sections. The riders are broken up
into motos by bike class and event ranking. The action was fast and
Team USA s Mike Brown wins the Final E1 moto overall, and the rest of the
USA World Trophy Team does well enough to move up from 7th to 4th place on
the final day, passing both Finland [2011 champs] and Spain.
The Junior Trophy Team places third which is excellent for an inexperienced
team. Jeff Fredette adds finish 32 to his string of ISDE runs. Fred Hoess
collects another gold medal as the American with the most gold medals.
All that is left is the awards ceremony and packing everything up for the
Fast Garden Tractor
My Pennsylvania Panzer with a 1972 750cc Honda SOHC. Rebuilt frame,
(lengthened) installed Volvo 4 speed etc. Lots of work, but the tractor
would go about 100mph. This video is poor because it was taken from a TV of
a VHS tape, and it's about 15 years old.
Slicks Garage "World's Fastest Lawnmower"!
Here is Slick, the owner of Slicks Garage in Palmetto,FL., doing a burnout
on his "World's Fastest Lawnmower" during the garage's monthly event called
"First Fridays on Fifth". Held the 1st Friday of each month at Slicks
Garage, 923 5th St. W. Palmetto,FL.. This was from August 2010. And by the
way, for all of you asshhats who sent me emails stating "Well, Johnny
So-and-So has the record for the world's fastest lawn mower! This ain't the
world's fastest lawn mower!"......GET OVER IT!! I don't care WHO has the
"record". IT WAS JUST A TITLE. Good grief people, get over yourselves.
DUI checkpoint refusal to search, arrest for DUI 0% BAC
Police demand to search vehicle at illegal roadblock, lie about smelling
alcohol, and attack driver.
Police reports: http://lolinter.net/livefree/badcops.pdf
Raw dash cam video from Nevada Highway Patrol trooper Chava Rothschild's
vehicle at the December 18, 2010 roadblock in Sparks, Nevada. The trooper
is called over to a block a seized driver who declined consent to a
warrantless search of his vehicle. The driver was previously threatened,
falsely imprisoned, and maliciously prosecuted for DUI at the most recent
Sparks police roadblock.
Sparks police officer Eric Atkins is at the driver's side window. Carson
City sheriff deputy Brett Bindley is next to him, with his hand on his
Glock pistol. After officers repeatedly threatened to break the vehicle's
window, the driver unlocked the doors and the officers opened the doors.
Atkins noticed the spare magazine on the driver's hip and attacked the
driver and other officers joined the assault. The driver's pistol was
snatched from his holster while he was being assaulted.
The driver was bound and taken to another location, where he declined to
participate in the officers' malicious prosecution for DUI. Sparks PD
officer Rich Gamwell told him, "You are under arrest for DUI and for
possession of a firearm while intoxicated." Officers wrote reports stating
the driver reached for his holstered pistol. Little did they know the
driver had video cameras inside his vehicle. Gamwell, the arresting officer
who collected the officers' narrative reports, searched the vehicle twice
and discovered the most obvious camera. Officers later stole that camera,
but not the one that recorded the driver calmly keeping his hands on the
steering wheel, nor another camera.
Two breath tests at jail and a blood test all showed the complete absence
of alcohol or drugs. So the driver was prosecuted for lacking proof of
insurance (which was in the vehicle and was handled by officers) and for
obstructing an officer (for declining consent to search, which can never be
The City of Sparks did not provide this NHP video to the defendant's
counsel before trial, in violation of constitutional protections. Nor did
the City provide the exculpatory stolen video. Officers perjured themselves
about the operation of the roadblock and the incident. Bindley said he
removed the driver's seat belt and the driver reached for his gun. The
defendant was convicted in a non-jury trial and the case was remanded for a
new trial on appeal.
Before the new trial, small portions of one of the driver's video
recordings were made public on YouTube. Hilarity ensued at the new trial as
young deputy Bindley gave a new version of events and the city attorney
objected to impeaching Karl Nieberlien's testimony with his prior perjured
Sparks PD grant coordinator and roadblock bigwig Karl Nieberlien testified
that the flashing red lights and stop signs (required by NRS 484B.570) were
present and that both northbound lanes were in operation. Atkins testified
that the stop sign was 30-40 yards ahead of the truck.
No officer was ever prosecuted or disciplined. Illegally conducted
roadblocks continued for two years in northern Nevada. However, after the
driver's second appeal for his second conviction from this incident, Sparks
PD stopped hosting roadblocks in Sparks.
The second conviction was affirmed.
The trial court won't allow copying or inspection of the court recordings,
which are public records. See NRS 239. Some recordings were obtained from
the district court.
Read the lying police reports: http://lolinter.net/livefree/badcops.pdf
Read the results of the forced blood test:
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carburetor, replace the needle and seat, install a new carburetor gasket
and do some other general fixing and cleaning. The lawnmower should start
right up and run perfectly after this full tuneup. Check out my other
videos on lawnmower repair!
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