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Torpedo Boat T56 5.000hp Dieselpower Nice sound [HQ]

A short summery with adventures from this summer with the Swedish Motor Torpedo Boat T56!


 


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NORWEGIAN NAVY, world's fastest naval vessel
WATCH IN HD WORLD'S FASTEST NAVAL VESSEL Norwegian navy missile torpedo boat (MTB) or corveta's as they are really called, doing a drive by past one of the norwegian navy's coastguard vessels. The corveta skjold is capable of speeds over 60 knots (about 70mph) and is to this day the worlds fastes naval combat vessel. the ships can reach such big speeds by using there catamaran hulls to trap an air bubble underneath the vessel, hence avoiding most of the drag. These surface effect ships carry the same exact armament as the norwegian frigates (fridtjof nansen class) but do not have the same stamina.





Thunderbird Boat starting up
The famous Thunderbird fires up one of her massive Allison aircraft motors for the crowd at the 2011 Lake Tahoe Concours d'Elegance. See the Thunderbird in action here! :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aPTajT-q1k&feature=share&list=UULENLFBbemD _31VSvUM-pHA





CB 90 H in Brazil on the Amazon River
CB 90 H filmed on the Amazon River in 2004. Built by Dockstavarvet AB Patrol Boats delivered from Dockstavarvet AB Dockstavarvet is a leading producer of aluminum boats for professional use in Scandinavia and on the international market. We manufacture Pilot Boats, Combat Boats, Patrol Boats etc. http://www.dockstavarvet.se/





Flying DH Mosquito KA114.
In October 2012 Warren Denholm put our POV camera on his helmet to record the photo shoot we conducted from Ardmore with the Mosquito and a DH Vampire over Auckland city in New Zealand, photo plane was the Spitfire in the footage. Take off - 1:49 Vampire & Spitfire Formation - 4:35 Spitfire Close Formation - 6:07 Landing - 13:55 The beeping sound you can hear sometimes is caused by the throttles being pulled back to a certain point with the undercarriage up, it is a warning for the pilot during the landing phase but in certain stages of flight it is ok to hear it and can see and hear how much skill and attention is needed to fly the Mosquito in formation. Dave Phillips is the test pilot during this flight. Taken and Recorded by Gavin Conroy.





Lexus V8 in a boat
4 litre Lexus V8 with MegaSquirt EFI in Dateline Bikini boat





Motortorpedbåt T38 - Sveriges häftigaste museifartyg?
På Marinmuseum i Karlskrona finns Motortorpedbåt T 38, en åldrad veteran som vägrar dra ner på tempot. Trots att hon är byggd i början av 50-talet är det full fart framåt som gäller.





USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53) - Flank speed
April 15th, 2011 off the coast of San Diego.





Police Boat with loud ass straight pipes at the statue of liberty
police boat at liberty state park probably with a cummins diesel straight piped and bad ass. Sounded really cool in person





Chris Craft V12, BPM engines, Antique Race Boats with Mindy
The Gentleman's Racer was the Theme of this Years Muskoka Lakes Association Biannual boat show of antique speed boats, the fastest boats on the lake included Miss Canada III 750hp, Palm Beach Days, Pisstd Off, Ditchburn Race Boats, Rainbow 1, Rainbow IX, Flying Ebony, BIV, Silver King, Whippet Greavette boats like Shadow, Flash, Blue B, The Jeffrey, Minett built Black Beauty, Ames built Pipe Dream, Purdy built Rascal, Butson Race boat, Miss Elly by Windsor, Miss Canada II, a Riva, some Launches like Flying lady, Lady Jayne, Jolly Roger with the curved glass windscreens, Wilmur II, Aegis VI, Greavette Streamliner. Liberty V12, BPM V12, V8 Chevy Super Charged, Sea Flea Antique outboard motors. Chris Craft, Hacker, century, donzi,riva





Russian Hydrofoil Passing By





Leopard 2A6 motor sound. Tank engine 1500 pk. Big dude. Diesel power. Motor Kampfpanzer
Leopard 2A6 tankmotor. Tank motor 1500 pk. Big dude. FF eruit lepelen, aansluiten en laat de turbo's maar fluiten. YEAH. Diesel power!





2stroke V8
Evinrude 300XP -91 After a few hours in the workshop.. The expansion chambers are "home made" by hydroforming. The original Exhaust is milled away and the engine block is filled whit plastic. This engine will get electronic fuel injection and will not be used in a boat.. Note: This is a sponsored video for Forge Apollo





V16 hot rod? rat rod? (twin V8)
The car is far from done and the rads will be shrouded! Twin Sbc chevy engines just over 900 rwhp 2307lbs 0-60 under 3 sec, mid 9's 1/4 mile gear limited for 180mph more vids at http://www.youtube.com/user/SireCustoms?feature=CAQQwRs%3D check out our facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sire-Custom-Performance/119552208145923





Packard_Marine_V12_1350HP.mpg
This WWII Packard Marine V12 lives on today in a competition pulling tractor. It's other two brethren from the same PT boat (one with a hole in the side) also exist as spares. It's present owner rebuilt it from scratch years ago, and learned as he went. It is fed aviation fuel by twin Predator carburetors, through a custom built aluminum plenum manifold to the Supercharger. These engines sound unlike any other V12, were a "clean slate" design, and do not come from other designs. From elsewhere on the 'Net: "Despite the commonplace assumption, the new-generation Packard marine engine, initially tagged the 4M-2500, was anything but a re-popped Liberty V12. Instead, Vincent, Packards lead engineer, started with a clean sheet and designed a four-stroke, 60-degree V-12 with an aluminum block with a bore of 6.04 inches and a 6.50-inch stroke, which brought it to 2,490 cubic inches. Weighing 2,900 pounds, the 4M-2500 had four valves per cylinder, a 6.4:1 compression ratio, and a centrifugal Supercharger, later models were also fitted with an Intercooler. A Holley 1685F aircraft carburetor supplied the fuel, 100-octane gasoline, fired by two spark plugs per cylinder. The first engines developed 1,200hp, but improved versions with higher Boost levels nominally made 1,500hp. Packard built 14,000 marine engines during the war, three of which went into each of the Navy's 768 PT boats, two astern and one amidships for better service access. " Packard built many thousands of engines prior to the second world war including car engines, of course, and the famous "Liberty" V12 aircraft engines and Packard's own developments and patents and other developments and inventions by the likes of General Electric on Superchargers went into the development of the Packard marine engine that were produced in their thousands during the war to power the U.S. Elco and Higgins PT Boats and the British Vosper MTB's (Motor Torpedo Boats). The Packard 4M 2500 engine powered most, if not all, of the US built PT Boats. The pre and early world war II engines developed some 1200 brake horse power, this had been increased to 1350 BHP and then by the end of the war 1500 BHP, therefore a late war Elco 80' PT had three engines producing a total of 4,500 brake horse power and could guzzle 5000 gallons of 100 octane aviation fuel in one night of operations. The cruising speed of the Packard was stated as 2400 rpm but note that the Elco "dashboard" tachometers show a top speed of 3000 rpm. I assume that this means that the top speed of the Elco at some 41 knots could only be sustained for a relatively short period of time.





Armidale Class Patrol Boat
NEW ACPB VIDEO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOOs9QxIuJo .....This is the navys new patrol boat class called Armidale Class Patrol Boats. also called ACPB.





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