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!
Bonneville Speed Week, Day 1, Part 1 of 4
Took a trip to Bonneville Speed Week with some friends, these videos were
taken on our first day there. Featuring a walk through the pit area and we
spent some time watching the action at the starting area of the long run
tracks. Videos were shot on Saturday, August 11th 2012.
Twin Engine Triumph Fire Up
Not just a show bike this Born Free 4 class winner will see race time this
August at Bonneville according to the owner and builder Tyler Malinky of
DIY Tech Tip: Perform A Compression Test on your Motorcycle
In this DIY Tech Tip from Lowbrow Customs, Todd shows you how to test your
motorcycle's compression, and what it means. A simple compression tester
which is available at most any auto parts store is all that is needed for
this useful task. Check out more at www.lowbrowcustoms.com/tech
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........
The Way of the Desert Sled
Peter Egan provides historical perspective on the Jack Pine custom Triumph
in the August issue, on newstands July 5. Here's a little kick start for
you until you can get your paws on Peter's print exclusive feature.
You can also read about the making of the feature from Mark Hoyer on
Tony Pond IOM TT Challenge Rover Vitesse 100mph lap record
In 1990 Tony Pond one of the greatest British drivers laps the Isle of Man
TT course in a Rover 827 Vitesse averaging 102 mph.
For me this is an incredible lap in a car that is far better than it was
given credit for.
Can you imagine someone trying that in a Ford Granada or BMW 520 or
Citroen, Renault, Vauxhall or any other similar priced cars in the Rover
As said below by liverush24 this was to show how good the Rover is and at
the same time Tony Pond showed how brilliant a driver he is.
He did that lap with an average of over 100mph through those narrow lanes
and country roads, find other 100mph average laps and get a true
perspective of the achievement.
Higgins lap to is impressive and a great achievement but done in a modern
lightweight state of the art, turbo
charged rally car with computer controlled 4 wheel drive to save you in big
moments, ABS etc etc, Ponds lap is in an 80's front wheel drive production
car with a about 180hp, that is truly brilliant.
World's Fastest Car - 382mph Barrel Roll During Camera Test
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We put a replay xd cam on the Speed Demon at Bonneville Speed Week 2012 to
test it out. The Speed Demon is the world's fastest piston engine,
wheel-driven car, and as of this writing has achieved a top speed of over