Tribute to my Civic
a tribute to my 1995 honda civic eg8
WHEELS & SUSPENSION:
-Golden ADR Sokudo 10 7X17,
-Brake system from Civic MC2
-Slotted and Grooved discs from EBC
-Adjustable-K-Sport control arms
-Red-painted valve cover,
-Adjustable strut brace,
-forged CP pistons,
-forged Manley rods,
-Brian Crower dual valve springs,
-Brian Crower valves,
-Competition clutch Stage4,
-GReddy Type-S Blow Off Valve,
-Tial 44mm wastegate,
-ARP Head Studs,
-ARP Main Studs,
-Edelbrock Victor-X Intake Manifold,
-Garrett GT3076R turbocharger
-AEM Fuel Rail,
-AEM fuel pressure regulator,
-Walbro fuel pump,
-1000cc Bosch injectors,
- blitz Boost controller,
-Skunk2 mega power-RR,
-100 Cells metal catalyst
-Integra type-r cluster,
-Sparco Pro2000 seats
-Momo steering wheel,
-Additional instruments on the A-pillar (plasma),
-Integra type r dashboard
-show off front gen.1
-tunemasters Side skirts
-tunemasters Wheel arches
-Fiat Barchetta-door handles,
-black Sonar angel eyes Gen.3,
-tyc tail lights,
-us License Plate holder
how to 5 cell upgrade an xmod
**disclaimer, work at your own risk, author of this video will not be held liable for any loss, damage or injury** how to... kinda says it all, this is a video of the steps needed to give an xmod 25% more power, feel free to ask any questions.
Initial D RC Car Drifting
http://www.rccartips.com/rc-drift.htm - My custom made one of a kind rc drift car replicating the Toyota AE86 Trueno from the popular Initial D anime. Chassis is a Tamiya TL01 shortened to 233mm. The Toyota body was from a JADA toy kit. Lot's of sanding, molding and repaiting to replicate the Intial D panda Trueno paint scheme.
Yes it does drift as it is a 4wd chassis. Lot's of fun especially knowing it is a one of a kind model. Body is not lexan, it is a highly detailed plastic (similar to ABS). The dimension is true 1/10 scale. Hope you like the video and spread it around to your friends.
Thanks for watching :)
Link to the build photos for the project rc car.
95 Ford F150 1/24 Custom RC
This is my latest project that i'm still working on right now - a 1/24th Ford F150 . I call it a Hybrid because it has Xmods electronics fitted with a HS-55 Servo for steering and 1/43 SSMT Axles (SSMT=SuperSlick Monster Truck) with links/springs suspesnion. Each Axle is powered by a micro geared motor: 2 motors @ 1:56 gear ratio running on 6V (4 1.5V AAA's ) More video to come after I change a few minor things on it.
Hellaflush: TPS Mugen RR FD2R Civic #2 (RC)
a little update on my w.i.p....just put the roof racks on with the scooter, changed the wheels and put the stock mugen wing back on but thats about it...im also really shakey cause it was cold...
I got this rc car from a hobby shop, well the chassis anyway....the body I bought of a forum from a private seller but you can find it on ebay and the wheels were also bought from a private seller but can be found on the website genkidoridori.com.....
Link for the body: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/EastCoast-1-10-190mm-Honda-Civic-RR-Mugen-Body-Shell-/180684814129?pt=Radio_Control_Vehicles&hash=item2a11a77731
Song: Mouth Full of Diamonds - Phantogram
NOTE: ok guys, had to change my team name back to 'TPS' which is me and my mates old team name...the reason being is because 'Driftmob' is already used internationally so can't use it...
xmod with neon lights
this is my gt-r xmod rc car. this video is just to show you the a new upgrade that i did to it. i install some LEDS so it can look like neon lights. this is all homemade neon lights. i hope you like it. ask me any question, comment, and subscribe. I will keep posting new cool videos. thanks for watching.
1/25th scale 66' Mustang RC car
*Before you post anything about wood, please read the update 3) and 5) first.
Home made RC car (1/25th scale 66 Mustang). I wanted to create a semi-scale RWD RC-car with the motor under the bonnet and scale-like front-biased weight distribution.
Created from scratch using parts like Mini-Z wheels and diff, 1/16 buggy electronics, aluminium tubes in all diameters, iwaver motor and a AMT/ERTL Mustang plastic model.
1) Thanks for all your positive comments, I won't be able to answer to them all but I am thankful for your feedback.
2) Some car experts have pointed out that this is actually a '66 Mustang, which is entirely correct, so I've changed the title, sorry for the mistake.
3) This car does unfortunately not exist anymore. What you don't see on the video is that it isn't very fun to drive. Besides it has some serious reliability flaws, so it takes a lot of time each time just to make it run. I'm a bit experimental-minded, so I subjected the chassis to some testing in mechanical strength (I can report that the wooden chassis was among the last thing to brake). Also I need to recycle the parts for the next build, so it is now in pieces.
I have since moved on to this:
It's front wheel drive, fun to drive and very reliable.
4) New builds is in the plans, the ambitions are still hign, but I'm having harder to find time for my hobby, so it might take a while before I finish anything.
5)A lot of people have had opinions about my choice of construction material. All I can say is that wood isn't as weak as you think. As stated above it was the last thing to break in this car.
Kyosho Vs XMod II
The Follow up to the previous; Kyosho Versus X- Mod video that was added in October of 07' .
I hope questions were answered this time around, and even though comments are appreciated, ( positive or otherwise.. ) Don't be a Jerk, express your opinion, but don't brag on how your RC can beat ours, we just don't care.
You have to keep in mind this video was made with the intention to appeal to an audience who might want to try this out, but not sure where to start.
We're just here to get people interested in the hobby, not to tell people you can pour your life saving into it, quit your job, and go pro, hoping you'd make a successful career out of it.
( Maybe you could, who knows.. )
Just like the first video, I don not take credit for the products or soundtrack, simply only on the filming and editing the video.
So I hope you enjoy!
BTW.. song used in this video is; "No one Knows" by M:G