CONSTRUIR BUGGY ARTESANAL
· Chasis tubular reforzado con reparto de pesos específico.
· Cremallera de dirección corta.
· Motor Kawasaki ZX 1000 R de 170 cv.
· Centralita con dos mapas de potencia programables mediante llave de dos
· Cambio automático secuencial con posibilidad de desconectarlo con un
· 4 desarrollos en caja de cambios especial, con reductora, velocidad
corta, media y larga, en total 30 marchas útiles.
· Amortiguadores de largo recorrido de gas nitrógeno con opción de
modificar la altura del coche.
· Freno de mano de accionamiento rápido.
· Diferencial autoblocante trasero.
· Dos baquetas con arneses de seis puntos.
· Llantas de 15" con neumáticos de tierra.
· Llave de contacto con inmovilizador.
· Radiador sobredimensionado con electro ventilador.
· Carenados de fibra de vidrio.
· Faros de largo alcance.
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Ariel Atom w/ Supercharger (400+ bhp) Launch control + afterburn !! - 1080p HD
During the Grand Prix of Middelharnis I have recorded this amazing Ariel
Atom. It is based on a normal Ariel Atom, but this one is fitted with a
Rotrex Supercharger. The engine is
coming from a Honda 2.0L Type R. This gives the Ariel Atom more then 400
bhp! As you can see in this video, the Exhaust sound is more louder and it even gives
the car an afterburn.
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Homemade Lamborghini in the Basement of a House
Ken of Oxford, England decided to build a dream car in his basement which
took 18 years.... The build started in 1990 and finished in 2008. Upon
finishing the car, the only way to get the car out and enjoy his creation
was to knockout the wall in his basement and extract the car..... seriously
guys and girls. You'll enjoy this one...
"The project as it started in 1990. A wooden forming buck to shape the body
panels to. I made it from the combination of a 1:16 scale model and
measuring a real car. I spent a year on that wooden buck... I started at
the back and worked my way to the front, hand forming the aluminum on an
"Here are the pictures of the chassis. A full tube frame supporting the
aluminum body. Hand built stainless steel 180 deg. headers with 12″long
racing mufflers. All Corvette design suspension replaced with steel tube
and rod ends for adjustments on caster,chamber and toe. Aluminum radiators
with 2400cfm puller fans set to turn on at 180 degs or an override switch
on the dash. 4 piston Wilwood calipers on 12″ rotors. Full adjustable
front and rear sway bars, and coil over shocks."
"This is the construction page where the upper frame was mated to the body
to offer support as well as safety. It was challenging to hold the body
which at this point can be a little flimsy. Time and care were used to
measure and cross measure to properly hold the body at the right location.
The supporting frame was 2″ round tube with .093″ wall. The tubing on
the bottom was a mixture of 2″ and 1.5″ square."
"Countless hours of body work will take place to make sure the body is
perfect before paint. It was painted with a self-etching primer first, then
sealed with an epoxy primer, body work, a second coat of epoxy and finally
topped with a high build primer that was block sanded to perfection.I spent
25 hours in the booth on all 33 separate pieces. Each piece was carried out
of the basement and brought back down carefully."
"Here are some shots of my wheels being machined. My friend who was a very
good machinist, worked off my blueprints. They started out as 2″ thick
aluminum T6 billet and 10hrs of machining to make the centers. BBS rim
shells and ARP fasteners finished them up. It was a shame in a way to cover
up that beautiful finish with black powder coat but I think they turned out
"Here are the pictures of that fall day in 2008 that tested my sanity. The
complete excavation before it was safe in its garage. It took only 1 1/2
hours! Yes, I said garage. So why didn't I build it there? I can't give
"He powers it with a bored and stroked 351 Ford Cleveland, topped with
48IDA Webers running the burned racing fuel at 12/1 through stainless steel
180 deg. headers referred to as the Ford GT40 "Bundle of snakes". The 515hp
mid-engine power is being transferred through a ZF transaxle 5 speed. Yes,
it's eclectic, old school and 100% built by hand."
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The V8 Barstool [S2 Ep. 4-3]
In the world of hot rodding, when gear heads gather around and start
discussing their projects, invariably the conversation drifts into
speculation of what the smallest thing is that you can successfully put a
V8 engine in. Well today on GEARZ, Stacey pretty much puts an end to that
speculation by building a V8 powered BARSTOOL!! It's part go-cart... part
garden tractor... part insane... and ALL hot rod. Which of course is what
GEARZ is all about! If you like WILD.. then you don't want to miss this
show! Then Stacey dives into some Muffler Tech to show you what kind of
mufflers there are on the market, and give you some tips that might help
you make the right decision when the time comes to stick some cool mufflers
on your machine!
Murcielago Replica chassis first drive
This is the first drive of the supercharged LQ9 car we are building for the
best customer we've ever had. This is a monster and is just putting around
just over idle. Car has a G50 and about 600hp.......for now.
The Edge Products - Barracuda
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technical advancement & sophistication. More than 17 years of Mini buggy
design, development & thousands of buggies manufactured has resulted in the
Barracuda, a lean & aggressive long travel buggy that you can build
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