Driften mit dem Motorrad - Bernd Hiemer
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Bernd Hiemer, Supermoto World Champion 2006, zeigt uns wie man mit dem
Motorrad richtig driftet.
2006 Supermoto World Champion Bernd Hiemer demos how to properly drift a
Drift Challenge 2009 Hockenheimring Teil 1 von 3
Anfangs ziemlich naß, was den leistungsärmeren Fahrzeuge auch große
Driftwinkel ermöglichte. Zum Ende war die Strecke dann trocken, wäre auch
schade gewesen keine rauchenden Reifen zu sehen.
Keine lästige Musik .. Motorensound pur.
Sorry für das Wackel hin und wieder aber freihändig filmt es sich nicht
Legendary Diesel Mercedes W123 + SCANIA turbine @ Eastern European Drift Championship
Teemu Peltola With :
Legendary Mercedes W123 wagon -81 2012 setup. Approx 600hp & 1000Nm with NO
3.0 Litre, 24 Valve, OM606 -98 Mercedes turbodiesel Engine.
Custom Exhaust Manifold
Compressor -- Eaton MP90.
Holset HX52 modified by LSD-turbo.
Diesel pump by Mynädiesel (picture below)
Self made Intercooler --
Water injection -- DevilsOwn alcohol injection kit
Radiator moved to the trunk.
BIGEM custom adjusted coilovers.
Rollcage by TS-mekan
Rear & Front Axles from Toyota Aristo
Custom made steering made from Mercedes, Volvo, Toyota and custom parts to
give a steering angle of 62 degrees.
Gearbox, Modified Automatic Mercedes AMG E55 Gearbox
Rear & Front Axles from Toyota Aristo
Stock dashboard with gauges for oil pressure etc.
Aluminium fuel tank
Aluminium Air intake & Cooler Box
Fun & Games At Ryan Tuerck’s Home Drift Car Garage: Garage Tours w/ Chris Forsberg
Ryan Tuerck prioritizes garage space over living space at his New Hampshire
(Season 1, episode 10): Formula Drift Champion Chris Forsberg takes us on a
tour of garages around the country, from professional outfits to grassroots
backyard garages. In this episode, we go behind the scenes at Ryan
Tuerck’s New Hampshire home garage. First impressions are that equal
amounts of fun/work happen here...weighing heavily on the fun side.
Evidence of Tuerck and his two brothers ten years of drifting are
everywhere including sacrificed and resurrected drift cars littering the
property. Inside garage #1 Ryan shows off the upgrades he’s making on his
finely tuned 1JZ as seen in the Tuerck’d Off Seasons episodes. Meanwhile
in the “missile garage” (everyone has one of those right?) Tuerck shows
off the gradual missile car builds he and his brother Evan have in
progress. In yet another garage, Tuerck’s homie Dave is restoring a 53
Chevy Bel Air Hot Rod and shows us a killer custom shaved door handle hack!
Back out front, a gas grill and a headlight get Tuerck’d during a hectic
driveway drift session, which devolves into a 50cc moto session, BMXing and
…where’d the day go?
Watch the whole first season of Garage Tours: http://bit.ly/GarageTours and
stay tuned for a new season of Tuerck’d coming this fall on Network A!
Racecar Builds at MA Motorsports: http://youtu.be/rSPsJ2rNsl0
Custom Porsches at BBI Autosport: http://youtu.be/pJ2X7aNyyQk
One-of-a-kind Harleys at Suicide Machine Co.: http://youtu.be/8SoolQ6bDM0
Magnus Walker’s 911 Collection: http://youtu.be/CDAh0JKGL6Q
NASCAR Secrets at Hendrick Motorsports: http://youtu.be/YDow7AeyKlM
The Ultimate DIY Sprint Cars: http://youtu.be/UshoI-jx4Dw
Classic Earnhardt NASCAR Restorations: http://youtu.be/wL_tNAOLcG0
Pro-Level Driving School at Bondurant: http://youtu.be/qmoNW-FETYs
Las Vegas Off Road Racing at Menzies: http://youtu.be/Mt3FclOVz2g
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JDM Allstars - HD Drifting film
Filmed & Edited by Al Clark - www.trackdayfilms.com
FIRST SONG NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD!
Al Clark Drift intro (soundcloud.com/al_clark/on-slide-row)
Lee Major & A Clay - DJ Means Dangerous Jag
Dizzee Rascal - Bonkers (Doorly Remix)
Chic - Goodtimes (Jaguar Skills Rusko Refix)
Lethel Bizzle - Pow TC - Where's My Money (Caspa Remix) High Rankin - No
Money For Guns (Jaguar Skills VIP)
Al Clark 'Piano Song' (not available).
The biggest, loudest closest drift event in Europe returns on exceptional
form with one of the best show-drift tracks designed. With 70mph entries,
huge sweeping corners, jumps (yes - jumps), and walls to scrape - this was
always going to be a lot of fun.
In the end, it turned into one of the best top 32's ever seen, and the
standard of driving was gobsmacking. The event was comparable in atmosphere
and skill to the RedBull world championship finals with Formula D last year
- a testament to how hard JDM have worked on this event, and also how much
the skill level has improved yet again within Europe.
Thanks to everyone for the really kind comments!
Kei To The City [Drift Feature Film - Japan]
In this feature length season premiere of Mighty Car Mods, Marty and Moog
are back doing what they do best - modifying a car on a budget in
preparation for a special event.
KEI TO THE CITY is the second feature film by Mighty Car Mods.
'turbos&Temples' came out in 2010 and
can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0ptzKKcLpA
Get Kei To The City on DVD or High Definition Blu Ray, shipped world wide:
Original Soundtrack by MOOG
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Also something to note around Mighty Car Mods: we are normal guys and are
not trained mechanics. We like to make interesting car mods and show you
how we've gone about it, but we can't promise that anything we show you
will work for your particular car, or that you won't harm yourself, someone
else, your car or your warranty doing it. Please be safe, be responsible
and unless you know what you're doing, do not fool around with very serious
machinery just because you've seen us make it look so easy. Talk to a
qualified mechanic if you are in any doubt.