In this video, Star Racing owner George Bryce puts one of our S&S Cycle Pro Stock Motorcycle engines through its paces to get ready for the 2013 NHRA season! Here at Star Racing we go through constant testing and tuning to get our motorcycles and engines to their peak performance. Our engine dynamometer is just one of the many ways to do this since we can control everything at our fingertips.
STTV 46 - No Guts No Glory - Part 3
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Sam Wheeler: Race to 400mph (episode 3) - Engine
Sam Wheeler is one of the best motorcycle streamliner builders on the
planet. He is rebuilding his successful EZ HOOK/Parts Unlimited
streamliner to go over 400 MPH and brake the world record.
In Episode 2 we get an inside look at the new power plant, a Suzuki
Hayabusa that is being built by Vance & Hines one of the most successful
companies in motorcycle racing. We get an inside look at the Vance & Hines
Motorsports in Brownsburg Indiana, and the people behind this new engine.
Byron Hines, Eddie Krawiec, and Terry Vance tell us about the engine
project. We learn the secrets and see how they build it. Engine #1 is in
Sam's shop. We get to see the pieces of engine #2 before final assembly.
Hayabusa Blows Tyre Valve On Dyno
Northvic Streetbikes Dynoday held at 'The Pitstop
Motorcycles' in Merbein Victoria Australia. Owner Andrew puts his Suzuki
Hayabusa on the Dyno
for the last run when his tyre valve brakes off and the tyre deflates at
Read outs were performed on a Dyno DYNAMICS machine.
Filmed with Canon EOS550D
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EFI tuning Pro Stock Hemi
March 4 & 5 2011 trip to Ray Barton Racing where we tuned an EFI'd Hemi 99
for open roadracing use. Major changes from Pro Stock drag racing trim are
much less valve lift, and conversion to EFI.
488 cubic inches
1107hp at 8700rpm
Big thanks to Ray and David Barton and the staff at Barton Racing Engines.
These guys are the very, very best at what they do. If you need a winning
engine that won't fall apart, these are the guys you call!
Porting heads Harley Davidson
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Star Racing XR 145" Full Test Run
Here's the full footage of our latest Star Racing motorcycle project - the
XR 145"!! Just for fun, we took this Harley-Davidson Dyna, put in an S&S
Cycle 145" engine, gave it two front heads and a Star Racing custom Exhaust system, and then took her out for a
test ride! We snuck onto our local airport to try this bad boy out for the
Click for engine information:
http://www.starracing.com/SSTCSAT126Engine.php or photos from beginning to
end of the bike project: http://www.starracing.com/photos.php
Motorcycle Restoration Part 6: Engine Install
If you like to tinker with your bike at the weekend, check out this week's
Saturday Sessions clip.
Our Honda CB550 motorcycle restoration is starting to come together as we
drop the engine back into the frame, and install the intake and Exhaust components.
"A bit of pipe insulation, or rags and painter's tape helps avoid scratches
on the powder-coated frame when re-installing an engine," advises E3
Motorcycles' David Browning. "We also taped off the Exhaust studs, to protect the front frame rails.
Slow and steady wins the race here."
After carefully torquing everything to manufacturer's specs, we get into
the valve timing and ignition/electrical items. "When the bike arrived, the
carbs were out of sync—and were also missing a few key parts from the
linkages. So I cannibalized some parts from a donor set, and got into
rebuilding and reassembly."
The intake manifold gaskets and boots were replaced with OEM components.
And finally, a new 4-into-1 Yoshimura replica Exhaust system was offered up to the engine.
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'Double Vision' Dual Engine 1955 Triumph Land Speed Motorcycle Dyno Test
Here is my dual-engine 1955 Triumph 'Double Vision' on the Dyno at Northern Ohio Ducati
Triumph, where Stan Lipert helped test and tune before our trip out to
Bonneville Speed Week 2013 at the salt flats. I subsequently broke 2
records, with a top speed of 152.5mph. We are now back from racing, and I
have plans for coaxing more HP and more speed out of this machine, with
goals of more records and higher speeds. See more at
www.facebook.com/lowbrowcustoms or www.lowbrowcustoms.com