1937 Harley Flathead reaches speed of 148mph at Bonneville
Paul Friebus of American Cycle Fabrication sets a Land Speed Record on his 1937 Harley Flathead at Bonneville 2009. His fastest speed was 148.166mph making it the fastest naturally aspirated Flathead at Bonneville.
Riding the Flathead
Riding my 1942 Harley UL and takin in the scenery ...at first by myself and
then later with a group of friends. Thanks to DanoSongs.com for the free
royalty free music titles "Violet Shrine" and "Today then Tomorrow".
Cam Replacement on a Harley Davidson Twin Cam, including Pushrod Removal • J&P Cycles
Watch as Justin Bramstedt, Research Manager at S&S Cycle, walks you through
the process of upgrading the stock cams on a Harley Davidson FLTRX. The S&S
510C camshaft set is designed to be used with the stock Twin Cam
chain-drive system and is an economical way to improve the performance of
stock twin cam engine. In this video we'll see the easiest way to remove
your stock pushrods using a bolt cutter.
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Darracq V8 1905 Land speed record holder
This is the engine out of the 1905 Darracq
The engine is the original but the car is a replica
It is a V8 of over 25 Litres capacity (approx 1550 Cubic inches)used in the
setting of the land speed record of about 108MPH (174KPH) in 1905
To find out more about this remarkable vehicle http://www.darracq-v8.co.uk/
Classic Recollections: 1940 Harley-Davidson UL Flathead
Join Joel Bernbaum as he talks about how he restored his vintage Flight-Red
1940 Harley-Davidson UL. Watch as he goes over the start-up procedure and
hear that flathead idle once he fires it up.
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MUST HEAR engine sound Pre War Nitro burning flathead 1932 AV8 Ford hot rod race car
This roadster was originally built in 1937 by Sandy Belond and Sam Hanks to
race on the SoCal dry lakes. My friends always kid me saying it isn't
authentic until you run like he did on nitro; Cheers guys, 58% Methanol 20%
Nitro 20% Gas 2% castro oil. This fuel made it possible for Belond to run
125.854 mph in 1942 at a REVS meet held at Muroc; argueably the fastest
speed ever by a pre-war hot rod roadster.