Jamskie speedo 130 kph Yamaha Sniper with vixion valvespring rextor
heres a video of vixion valvespring on a yamaha sniper 135cc
-stock size tire front and rear
-stock engine 135cc
-stock carburetor 22mm
-stock sprocket 15/39
-r9 monza blue Exhaust
using a upgrade valvespring like vixion will increase your top speed in
2nd gear: 90kph
4thgear:130kph (needs sprocket change to get more topspeed)
updated top speed video with new mods see here
How to change oil in Suzuki Raider Belang FU 150
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Yamaha Sniper 135 Top Speed (Full Stock) No Mods
Sa mga mag rerespond sa top speed ng stock nilang motor. Video respond
Cruising up to limit the Full Stock 2010 Yamaha Sniper 135
Location: AH26 Maharlika Hi-Way [Tiaong-San Pablo City]
The speedometer indicates 118 km/h but the engine can put up more speed.
Stock CDi. Limits the engine.
Yamaha Sniper 180kph!!!!
rowans Yamaha sniper almost 180kph on 150cc with vixion block :D
topspeed GPS 147kph
KOSO Digital Meter for 135LC
new KOSO digital meter for 135lc imported from Taiwan.
here's a brief through on how it function.
finally! found a way to install the temperature holder.. its by installing
the temperature wire given onto the mouth of the engine.. the part where u
pour in ur EO.. or another way is onto the stock manifold.. on the pipe
there is a screw screwed onto the pipe.. remove that screw and screw it
in.. but its not good.. as the wire can get pretty screwed if u get wat i
for GPS speedometer setting.. set the tyre width setting to 98% instead of
the original 100%.. stock lc meter is 123%..gps speedo can be obtained. if
speed still differ with 98% compared GPS.. pls Trial and Error by urself..
for more information about 135lc.. pls visit our forum..
max rpm cut-off for 3rd gen CDi and 2nd gen CDi are 8.9k.
latest news.. my Koso meter now under repair.. the rpm needle shake like
its gonna fall out. using old meter now without fuel needle, gearing and
signal lights working.. LOL.. *UPDATE : new meter arrived already..
replacing 1 to 1..everything works fine for now... =)
Cross Country in a Gasser 1955 Chevy with a Hemi! - Roadkill Ep. 30
On this episode of Roadkill, it's 2,600 miles, 530 cubic inches, 700 horsepower, six
speeds, 17 mpg, and two fun visits with some friends from TV. Last time, on
Roadkill Episode 29, we finished our Chrysler-Hemi-powered 1955 Chevrolet
gasser in about two weeks of thrashing (it's the same car you saw us take,
as a bare shell, to Jim Meyer Racing in Oregon in Episode 8). On this
latest episode, we drive it around the block once, then hit the road on a
2,600-mile journey from Los Angeles to the kickoff party of the 2014 HOT
ROD Power Tour in Concord, North Carolina. On the way, there's the
breakdowns you expect from Roadkill, plus two surprises: a stop at Midwest
Street Cars with Justin "Big Chief" Shearer and Shawn "Murder Nova"
Ellington from Street Outlaws, and another with Rutledge Wood from Top Gear
The '55 Chevy is based on an original body with new quarters and floors and
a fiberglass decklid and tilt front end, and Lexan windows from ProGlass.
It's not in primer: the car was wrapped in satin black by Moody from
High-Tech Auto Wraps. The car sits on a complete gasser chassis from Jim
Meyer Racing with a solid front axle on leaf springs and a ladder-bar setup
with Vicking coilovers on the rear. The rear tires are reproduction
Firestone piecrust slicks from Coker tire, and the fronts are just like
stock VW Bug tires.
The engine is a 530ci Hemi based on a Mopar Performance crate engine. With
a Comp solid roller cam, 10.5:1 compression, homemade 2-1/4-inch headers
from a Hedman kit, and Hilborn stack injection powered by a FAST XFI
controller and Aeromotive fuel system, it makes 700 horsepower and 700 lb-ft of
torque. We were stunned to see 17 mpg a few times on the cross-country
trip, especially with absurd 5.43 gears in the Ford 9-inch rear axle. The
key to it all is the Tremec T56 Magnum six-speed manual double-overdrive
trans installed with a conversion kit from American Powertrain. The car
uses a Speedwires harness, charging and starting by Powermaster, and a
Braille lightweight battery in the trunk.
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