Hayabusa turbo dyno test with Geartronics paddleshift
This is a turbocharged Hayabusa powered
car of Austria's Georg Pacher undergoing Dyno testing at Radical
Performance Engines. Gear shift is by the Geartronics closed-loop GCU,
interfaced to a Life Racing F88 engine ECU. Dyno testing does not accurately
simulate the real loads on a transmission, but it can be a useful tool to
get some baseline parameters, and to help improve engine response for the
downshift throttle blipping. One thing we don't do is make claims about
gear shift times that have been acheived during Dyno testing, as this would give
a false impression of what is possible on track.
Stunt driving Electric Dakar Buggy 2014 Tim Coronel (Car presentation Netherlands elektrisch rijden)
During the last network meeting of Drive4Electric Friends Club Heerenveen
on Thursday, 6 December 2012 allowed Tim Coronel again clearly demonstrates
that electric drive is tough and sexy!
( Overview 6 December 2012:
Other interesting Dutch electric vehicles:
1. The Family Solar Car Team University Eindhoven:
2. Electric race cars University Racing Team Eindhoven:
3. The electric Superbus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPRbH94NbGM
4. Electric Sports Car Build-Off schoolproject powered by Siemens ( ESCBO
Battle ): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z045weUDR04
Rage Motorsport "A Day in the Country"
Here we have a number of our models on show using the R140T (Auto), the
R180T and the R140T turbo in action at
the St Clare Estate in Sevenoaks. With special thanks to Simon!.
Another huge thank you to the lads of "ANENOMEDIA" for their time and
excellent production value that they have placed in this exciting and
professional video for us and your viewing pleasure.
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Suzuki SV650 crosskart (buggy) offroad drifting and crashes
The crosskart or buggy is built on a Xinling 250 buggy with a Suzuki SV650
motorcycle V-twin engine put on to give it a bit more punch. For more
information about the crosskart visit http://www.sennansmcverkstad.se.
All the extreme offroad drifting, racing and crashing with the SV650 buggy
is done in Sweden on a private circuit.
Company that built the Suzuki SV650 crosskart: