Dual Engine Triumph 'Double Vision' Dyno Pulls - Lowbrow Customs Land Speed Racing
A video of some Dyno pulls on my dual engine 1955 Triumph, 'Double Vision'. The primary cover is removed so we can check the drive train, everything looks fine, though the rear chain stretched during the Dyno time, which is why it is loose in this video. Currently en route to Bonneville Speed Week 2012, I start racing this bike for the first time on Saturday. Stay tuned to www.lowbrowcustoms.com and www.facebook.com/lowbrowcustoms for up to date photos and race results!
Triumph Bonnie 750 nostalgia drag bike, vintage
This was recorded at Fram dragstrip, Meremere, New Zealand. The nostalgia
Triumph '74 Bonnie powered dragbike wins the trophy again in the 2nd round
of competition. 11.5 secs @ 113mph was recorded as a best time, earlier in
the day. Bike now weighs 96kg and will be reduced still further. Rider also
lost a kg LOL!! I hope to have better quality video as we go forward. Next
comp meet is 23Jan. According to calculations on http://www.dragbikenz.com/
our motor has around 66hp. Thanks for watching. Please share and comment.
Read more, with pics at: http://triumphbonneville.blogspot.com/
Double Vision Dual Engine Triumph Off the Line at Bonneville Speed Week 2012
Double Vision a.k.a. The Milwaukee Murderer (dual engine 1955 Triumph land
speed bike) and myself at the line at Bonneville Speed Week 2012. Set one
record this year in the 1350 c.c. A-VF class despite clutch slip issues.
Will be back 2013 at Speed Week, and at the Ohio Mile to set some more
records. Stay up to date at www.lowbrowcustoms.com and
Dual Engine Pre Unit Triumph Race Bike Primary
Here is a quick video showing the primary and linked motors on my dual
engine 1955 Triumph land speed race bike while idling, and then revving it
a bit. For those who may have interest in it. Stay tuned to my race efforts
at Bonneville Speed Week 2012 THIS WEEK (!!!) at www.lowbrowcustoms.com and
Indian 1915 8 valve boardtrack film.wmv
Starting a 1915 Indian 61cu.in. boardtrack racer at Yesterdays Nederweert
Look at the flames coming out of the ported cylinder heads.
This bike was found dismantled in an Australian collection some years ago.
Boy, we have a hard life........
1955 Triumph Land Speed Race Bike Dyno Run
Took my 1955 Triumph ironhead pre unit to Northern Ohio Ducati Triumph in
Akron, Ohio (http://northernohioducatiandtriumph.com/) for some Dyno testing in preparation for
Bonneville Speed Week 2011 which starts next weekend. Learned quite a bit,
it was a blast, and I would rather have a couple small parts rattle loose
on the Dyno than on
the salt flats! Watch the rear chain, under deceleration and between gears
especially it has quite a whip to it, under power straight as an arrow. The
bike also pulls into a real low squat under heavy load. Keep an eye on our
site for up to the minute updates on our race efforts during Bonneville
Speed Week http://www.lowbrowcustoms.com
'59 Panhead Chopper First Time Starting / Riding
Just got my '59 Panhead up and running today.. Here is some video of the
attempted first start, tweaking with the carbs, getting it fired up and
also a quick cell phone video clip of me coming back from the first test
ride. Dual Amal carburetors, keeping with my Triumph heritage. Oh yeah, and
be sure to wear boat shoes when you need to kick over your bike, the
non-slip sole is awesome to keep your foot from slipping off the kicker
pedal, and they look dope. More at www.lowbrowcustoms.com