Millyard Honda V Twin
First run of the Allen Millyard V Twin engine constructed from two Honda
SS50 engines to power the Millyard Honda SS100 being built for entry to
Salon Privé Concours d'Elégance show, Syon Park, London, September 2012.
Takegawa Honda C70 Passport Update
Roller is for sale. Want anything on this bike? Send me a message!!!
Honda C70 Passport with Takegawa 5 disk manual super clutch, Kitaco 124SE,
OEM Honda 4-speed, Keihin PWK28 carburetor, WirusWin Exhaust (punched out).
This project is finished. No more upgrades intended, save for the
occasional dress up part. Top speed is around 70-75mph depending on wind
direction. Leaks no oil and runs very crisp. Only problem I've noticed is
that the inner clutch cable has a tendency to fray after about 6-8 months
of heavy usage. Easy replacement. For sale???
Evinrude 300XP -91
After a few hours in the workshop..
The expansion chambers are "home made" by hydroforming. The original Exhaust is milled away and the engine
block is filled whit plastic.
This engine will get electronic fuel injection and will not be used in a
Note: This is a sponsored video for Forge Apollo
Little Gizmo in 4 sec to 100 km/h Ftt Kreidler engine, made by Luc Foekema
This is a heavy tuned Kreidler 90cc engine Bore 53.7 mm stroke 39.7mm - 5
speed - Rotary valve - Ftt UltraSap ignition - Ftt calculated Exhaustpipe with - Max power 30hp at 14.000rpm,
with normal fuel 98 octan, no additions, beside lubrication 1:25
This test run was made Sept. 19, 2011 some days before te match.
In less than 4 sec tot 100 km/h
Topspeed in video is 106 km/h (at 150m about 130km/h)
Km/h in 4 gears: 53 - 67 - 92 - 106
5th gear not used, the track is to short.
The last Dutch Prostock record run over 150 meter was driven Sept, 2013
Time 6.66 sec, 0.097 sec reaction time. Which is 3.85 sec to 100km/h
Ftt calculations for combution chamber and Exhausts exactly dedecated to your setup, The
shortest and easiest way to realise the best performance possible of any
Just contact me or read: the comments of my Ftt calculations: