1968 Camaro RS 427 Legend
1968 Camaro RS 427 "Legend" 525 h.p. / 500 lbs,/ft Torque for sale: www.e-motorclassics.com All American Muscle Cars "Legend" is outfitted with a L71 427 bb with 525 h.p. / 500 lbs/ft. torque, ported and polished heads with oversize valves, hydraulic roller cam and tri-power carburetor set-up. Performance Package Specifications: - Nut and Bolt Restoration - Professional Body Restoration and Paint by Randy Misekow - Paint Color: GM Marina Blue ALL NEW - L-71 427 c.i. Big Block Engine w/Tri-power - Tremec TKO-600 5-speed Manual Transmission - Aluminum Radiator & Cooling Package - Martz Engineering Frt. Sub-frame & Suspension - Wilwood Brakes & Hardware - Ceramic Coated Headers & Stainless Steel Exhaust - Custom Rear Suspension Kit & Wilwood Brakes - Vintage Air Conditioning - Dakota Digital Dash - 17" American Torque Thrust Wheels - 12 Bolt Rear End w/4.10 gear posi - Road Test & Chassis Tune
11 Mad Engines You May Not Know About | Ep. 2
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DIY Hub Dyno Overview
I've had a lot of enquiries about how I built this Dyno, so thought I'd put up a short clip showing the basics. I thought a few things were important in the design, such as the rubber couplings to absorb driveline harshness (I have heard some hub Dynos can damage driveline components), the angle on the frames to allow them to go under the car (tubbed cars, clearance for door opening on 2 doors etc), and adjustability for cambered cars. I will talk to the person that did the control system and see if he is happy for me to put up his contact details.....
How it works: The water brake dyno - The basic principles of the water brake dyno at Tractorpulling
A small footage of the basic principles of the water brake Dyno used at standard tractorpull events. Since standard tractors are allowed to a certain amount of rpm's and hp's, every tractor has to be tested in front of a water Dyno. This video shows how that occurs, with a small explanation of the working of a water Dyno. Leave a comment !