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How to build HORSEPOWER - Ford 461ci Windsor V8 by Dandy Engines
Engine specialists Dandy Engines building a small block Windsor 461ci stroker for Pat Staplton. Follow the engine assembly as the guys aim to make more than 820hp naturally aspirated on regular pump unleaded 98-RON. Pat plans on putting this brute of an engine into a Ford Falcon XD/XF Ute. [ http://dandyengines.com ] http://www.facebook.com/fullBoostcomau http://www.youtube.com/user/fullBoostcomau http://www.fullBoost.com.au Creative Commons music license CC 3.0 Jahzzar - Breaking Bad





How to build a V8 Supercar | Pole Position
Pole Position's Rosanna Tennant asks Rick Kelly from Nissan Motorsport to explain how to build a V8 super car. Subscribe for more: http://link.base79.com/polepositionsub While we were in Melbourne for the Australian Grand Prix we took the oportunity to speak to Nissan Motorsport driver Rick Kelly about the V8 supercar season ahead with the new 'car of the future' regulations. Pole Position is the place for motor sport fans and petrol heads covering the very best races, teams and drivers from around the world. From F1 to banger racing and from Indianapolis to Monte Carlo we'll cover the best of the best, keeping you entertained. Highlights, interviews, team tours and on location we'll be there to give you the inside track. Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/fyE5O Like on Facebook: http://goo.gl/d15Mv +1 on Google+: http://goo.gl/B7PU4





How V8 Supercars Are Made
Have you ever wondered how they make racing cars? We headed up to Brisbane to find out how Team Vodafone's Triple Eight Race Engineering make their V8 Supercars in time for the new season!





Realistic Engine Building Game - 006 - 2700hp Turbocharged V8
Automation is a car company tycoon game in which you design and build cars from scratch. It is you who designs everything from the very core that is the engine, over the chassis, to the suspension and the car's looks. Several games have tried this before... but were able to merely scratch the surface. Go ahead, build your dream-car company, or simply aim to dominate the world markets with your superior design skills! The game is still in development, with the Engine Designer already available for you to try out. The Car Designer will be completed next, followed by the tycoon part of the game. We release new milestone versions of the game as they are done, adding new features and content as the game moves closer to completion. Automation is aimed to be released in late 2014, with a Steam Early Access version available before. In Automation you will be placed in control of a newly founded car company starting in the post-war era of 1946. You will be responsible for designing your cars from scratch -- from the chassis and the engine to its body styling. Your goal is to meet the needs of different markets and various types of buyers. You will need to research new technology to keep ahead of your competitors and expand your company. While there have been numerous great racing games focused on the thrill of racing, there have been very few games about the cars themselves. This is where Automation is different. Not only will you enjoy the freedom to design cars that look how you want, but you will also be responsible for the technical aspects such as creating your own engines. Benchmark your creations and watch their components in action while you are provided with realistic specifications and performance figures. Easy to understand descriptions will help you optimize your car designs, even without prior car or engine knowledge. Solid engine design is a big part of creating a successful car in Automation. The game gives you the opportunity to build your own engines from scratch; from the engine configuration, over the valvetrain design, to the fuel system and detailed turbocharging systems. Many design changes even affect the engine sound. Compromises and challenges abound, do you need the smallest and cheapest engine possible for a budget mini-car or a no-expense-spared twin-turbo beast for your next supercar? There are literally quadrillions of possible engines to design. (We counted..) Want to challenge your engine building skills? 50+ different engine scenarios put you in the shoes of an engineer to build motors for every possible application, while the Engine Design Multiplayer lets you test your skills against human opponents in a race against the clock. Lots of video tutorials, part descriptions and an extensive manual help engineering novices learn how engines work and how they can apply these skills in-game. All these features are already available right now in the current release, with lots more engine types coming soon. Of course, engines need to be put into cars, which you do in the Car Designer. Choose between various chassis and materials, drive train layouts, suspension types and more. A huge range of car bodies, styling tools and cosmetic design items let you create unique and interesting car designs through the decades. Test and tune your cars' performance to optimize handling, aerodynamics, acceleration and comfort to squeeze the last bit out of your designs. Lots of design options, parts and gadgets let you build anything from a cheap and nasty budget hatchback or van to a supercar or opulent luxury cruiser. Tailor your cars to a wide audience or pioneer niche markets. A small taste of the cosmetic side of Automation's Car Designer is already available, and work is well underway on the full mechanical design and performance testing aspects. These new features will become available as they are completed in the coming months. (Description courtesy of Automation) If you enjoyed this video, please subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=powersports420 Proud TGN Partner




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