James "Ski" Smith is at it again! This time he flips his Fox bodied Mustang up into a 2 wheeled SKI and tries to complete a lap around the famous Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey California.
It takes a tremendous amount of skill to drive a car on two wheels for that length of time and to make it more difficult...Jamey had never been around the race course before the stunt. Check out the video to see what it's like from on-board and as we drive along with him.
Dodge Viper V10 in a Ford Maverick Build Video 3 - Engine Removal / Oil Pan Issues
This is video blog three of the Viper powered Maverick build up. Today I
was able to pull the engine and transmission out of the car so the next
phase of modifications could be made.
First, because the engine is mounted so low in the vehicle to fit under the
stock hood...the oil pan is going to need fairly serious modification to
give a practical amount of ground clearance.
Next, I wanted to turn the engine upside down to dump the dog food that a
rat had stashed in the intake manifold galley and get ready for the cam
swap which will be in an upcoming video.
Thanks for watching and I'll keep the videos coming as often as I get a
chance to work on the car!
Off Road 4x4 Adventure - A Broken Jeep WJ and a Night in the Desert
I thought it might be nice to cruise through the lower portion of Death
Valley on my way home from the SEMA show in Las Vegas... and what should
have been a 9 hour drive turned into an accidental camping trip.
Hop on board for a little adventure through the Striped Butte Valley and
check out some of the sights and sounds of this little corner of Death
Thanks for watching!
Shop Tour - Edelbrock Performance Headquarters
Christi Edelbrock takes us for a tour of the Edelbrock facilities in
Check out first hand how all of your favorite high performance parts are
made right here in Southern California.
Dodge Viper V10 in a Ford Maverick Build Video 2 - New Work Space / Inspection and Plans
This is the second video entry for the build up of the Viper Powered FORDGE
The first was when I brought the car home from storage and for many reasons
never got farther on it. Then my friend and mentor Mike Fennel offered me
a spot in his shop and I jumped at the opportunity. With the help of my
good friend Jamey Smith, who has built and restored dozens of cars
(including several 69 Dodge Charger General Lees), we loaded the Maverick
on a trailer and cleared a spot for it at Mikes.
I took this chance to have the two of them look over the car as it sits to
see if there is anything they would change before we move forward.
Turns out, the car is in pretty good shape!
Now it's time to chase down some very important parts and see if we can get
the thing started. My budget has been completely demolished over the last
few years with other projects and just surviving so I'm going to have to be
very creative on funding.
This video series will try to keep fans of the build up do date with the
status and try to stir up interest for any sponsors that might want to
I would like to give a huge thank you to http://flowmastermufflers.com/ for
already kicking in the tubing and mufflers for this project. Every bit
helps and this thing is going to sound awesome.
Thanks for watching and don't hesitate to comment or send me advice!
When Burnouts go Horribly Wrong: Dodge Charger Edition
This is what happens when a sideways drifting burnout gets a little out of
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Sexy Turbo Mustang
Taking a ride in a turboMustang.
I know the car isn't going very fast but she freaks out easily, the next
car will be scary.
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How To Install Wheel Spacers--AutoHow.TV
Follow this link for a higher quality version of the video and a detailed
Forum Discussion on differences between hub-centric and lug-centric:
From the AutoHow.TV site:
"A wider stance will improve handling and make your vehicle look more
aggressive. Here we show you one option to fill out those wheel wells:
wheel spacers. Check out the before and after shots. Such a small change
makes a huge difference!"
Off-Road Camper Wars! Ford 4x4 Sportsmobile vs Pace Arrow RV - Dirt Every Day Ep. 18
This week Fred checks out the Sportsmobile 4x4 Ford Van. The Sportsmobile
is great if back country exploring and camping are your favorite pastime.
It is designed for off road use, and has everything and the kitchen sink.
But how does a monster Pace Arrow motorhome compare for off roading? Fred
finds out when they RV in the dirt.
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Team Hot Wheels - The Yellow Driver's World Record Jump (Tanner Foust)
The Yellow Driver of Team Hot Wheels breaks the world record for distance
jump in a four-wheeled vehicle at the Indianapolis 500 on May 29th 2011.
Watch as the Yellow Driver, Tanner Foust, drops 10 stories down 90 feet of
orange track and soars 332 feet through the air.
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RSV4 vs S1000RR vs 1199 Panigale S vs F4R - European Liter Bike Shootout! On Two Wheels Episode 9
On this episode of On Two Wheels, it's Part Two of MotorCyclist magazine's
Class of 2012 shootout. This time around the staff is testing the best
Europe has to offer, with the 2-time and defending champion Aprilia RSV4
taking on the BMW S1000RR, MV Agusta F4R, and Ducati's highly anticipated
1199 Panigale S. The bikes face the same wringer as their Japanese
counterparts in Part One, with testing on the street, dragstrip, and of
course the racetrack. Will Europe's ultra-elite live up to the hype?
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Truck on two wheels drive
Dopo 20 anni di servizio con Algida Michelestuntman non poteva esimersi
dalla prova particolare a cui sottopone tutti i veicoli che le capitano
sotto mano. Una delle cose più particolari sono che il mezzo non è
provvisto di servosterzo e un notevole gioco al volante a causa della
scatola usurata. La prova è andata bene e con questo Michele ha raggiunto
il sessantesimo veicolo immortalato su due ruote.
After 20 years of service with Algida Michelestuntman for youtube chanell
was bound by the particular test that puts all the vehicles that the
captain at hand. One of the things that are more details of the means is
not provided with power steering and a remarkable game at the wheel because
of the box worn. The rehearsal went well and that Michael has reached the
sixtieth immortalized vehicle on two wheels
Russells Radial Start-up Part 2
Russell finaly starts his nine cylinder radial engine. Man what a sweet
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Two Wheeler Self Balancing Electric Car
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In a nondescript building on the grittier side of downtown San Francisco,
the future of personal transportation is being born — at least according
to this baby's Dr. Frankenstein, an affable 33-year-old named Daniel Kim.
Sitting in the glare of a few spotlights is the LIT Motors C1, an enclosed
two-wheeler that combines the flexibility and fuel efficiency of an
electric motorcycle with the safety, comfort and storage space of a small
But there's a true innovation at work: the C1 has two powerful on-board
gyroscopes generating 1,300 ft-lbs of torque that keep the two-wheeler
upright even when struck by a larger vehicle. "It would take an elephant to
knock this thing over," says Kim.
To prove the point, Kim has lashed the C1 to the bumper of his completely
rebuilt Land Rover (a pet project of the Portland, Ore., native the
preceded a degree at Rhode Island School of Design) and stepped on the gas.
The C1 got slightly airborne, but never fell over.
"I think (LIT has) a chance of making it for two reasons," says Kim. "One,
after traveling the world I saw that a huge percentage of motorists travel
alone, and in the developing world most of them are on two wheels. And two,
I don't have to hire anyone to design, because I do it all myself. I like
to think I'm de-risking the company that way."
In fact, Kim's high-tech titanium glasses, ring and overcoat were all
whimsical projects of this inveterate tinkerer who, like Steve Jobs,
attended but then dropped out of Reed College before going on to RISD. "I
should have graduated from Reed just so people would stop making that
comparison," Kim says with a smile.
The C1 was born out of Kim's desire to become the next big deal in
transportation, a moment that's still more than a year away. The
dozen-staffer start-up company currently has one mock-up (a sleek white
bubble sitting on massive tires) to show prospective customers and
investors, and one raw but functioning prototype. LIT wants to raise $5
million to $10 million to develop its proprietary software and create a
true beta version of the C1 that would then lead to a production run of
1,000 units in 2014. Kim says Silicon Valley venture capital firms and auto
industry players have made overtures.
And he may try a new Kickstarter campaign.
The C1 will have a 200-mile range, do zero-to-60 mph in 6 seconds with a
120-mph top speed, and initially cost around $24,000, with the price
falling to $19,000 after tax credits. LIT's chief marketing officer Ryan
James says LIT wants to scale production so the price drops to around
$12,000 after credits.
James says LIT's target customers include people who already ride
motorcycles but are concerned about safety, don't like dressing up in bulky
riding gear and crave more storage space. But an ever larger market "would
be people who might have never ridden a motorcycle but are looking for a
solution to their commuting headache," he says.
Adds Kim: "A company like (electric car manufacturer) Tesla has done
amazing things to make the alternatively powered vehicle sexy, but what
we're making might fit into more people's lives." He cites not only studies
that indicate that more than half of daily commuters drive alone, but also
notes that increasing congestion and parking issues could be mitigated by
C1 ownership. Because the machine would be classified by the U.S.
Department of Transportation as a motorcycle it qualifies for
lane-splitting, carpool lanes and motorcycle parking areas.
There's also another potential market for Kim's creation, as shown by a
local California Highway Patrol officer who recently was poking around the
C1. Kim wondered whether his machine would appeal to law enforcement, and
the response was positive. "The safety (to the C1 driver) and the fact that
you're out of the elements in that bubble seemed very appealing to him,"
Sitting inside the C1, you're immediately struck by the airy feeling inside
what could be a claustrophobic cocoon, due to the myriad transparent panels
overhead and the considerable elbow room inside. The C1 operates much like
a car, with a steering wheel that works in concert with the two gyroscopes
sitting beneath the driver. Turn in either direction and the C1 knows to
slightly lean the machine over in that direction to facilitate the turn.
"It's not like riding a motorcycle, where you the rider has to lean," says
Kim. "It's more like piloting a fighter jet, where you turn and the plane
An accelerator pedal sends electric current to the two wheel-mounted
motors, while the brake pedal scrubs off speed; there's a small space for
cargo behind the single seat. More Details:-