My Italjet Dragster S&S 200 on the Dyno, pushing 39hp at the rear wheel!
- original cylinder with 68mm bore and forged Wiseco piston
- special made cylinder head
- Yamaha Banshee VForce 3 reed valves
- Mikuni TMX38 carb
- S&S Exhaust
- all street legal!
ride scooters canada vs BIG bikes
bracket racing at Western Speedway Canada. Keeping the big bikes on their
toes with my 183cc italjet dragster scooter 120m @ 6.6 seconds @ 100kmh
50 cc frame, plated and abused daily.
Italjet 183cc VS snowmobile 900cc - Ride Scooters Canada 0-103km 6.3 seconds
My best time to date on my italjet dragster 0-64.13 mph in 6.315
seconds...tough to tell when sprinting a 1/4 mile snowmobile! The footage
is a little shaky and my wonderful sponser/fiancee got the WRONG time board
but you can hear the announcer say that my time was 64.13 mph in 6.315
seconds...the track is 120 meters. to put it in perspective, a rx7 w/ a v8
= 6.79 seconds, a 79 corvette = 7seconds, pro sprint bikes 4.9-5.9 seconds,
pro cars 4.9-5.9 seconds....hoping to break into the 5 second bracket soon!
INSANE DRAG RACING CRASHES AND WHEELSTANDS
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Turbo Diesel Mini Bike
Start at 2:13 to skip the intro, or click here for a helmet-cam ride:
This is an idea I've had since I was a kid, and after watching Mike Cberts
Diesel mini bike video I was inspired to put together my own! The frame
has been around since I was 4 years old! At that point it was powered by a
3 hp Briggs and Stratton and is a Fox corporation, Trail Bug probably from
the 60's or early 70's. The engine is a copy of a 10 hp Yanmar single
cylinder Diesel engine and the turbo is
similar to the one on my Honda CX-500 turbo motorcycle. The engine runs at 3,600 rpm
max and top speed so far is 39.3 mph.
Here's a description of 2 stroke & 4 stroke Diesel engines:
Turbo VW Dragster Dyno.wmv
First Dyno trip,
normal amount of teething issues with a brand new motor. Mainly a
converter that kept the wheels from catching up with the motor. Once
that's figured out we'll post up some new numbers!