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Y-Block powered Front Engine Dragster first run of complete car.

Here's the first run of my FED. Went OK , still I have a few bugs to work out.


 


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Uphill Sand Dragrace. Liwa 2014
Moreeb Dune, Liwa 2014. United Arab Emirates 6cylinder Big turbo Toyota and Nissan engines. V8 Category starts at 14min. Filmed and edit by Peter Björck. Bjp Race. instagram @peterbjorck





On-board footage of dragster crash
Blown head gasket dumps water in front of the tires causing dragster to veer into the wall and flip, landing upside down. Thanks to the excellent track emergency team and the strongly-built car, the driver sustained no injuries. The car is capable of 200+ MPH and sub-7 second 1/4 mile passes. It is powered by a turbo-charged 2.2 liter 4-cylinder GM EcoTech engine producing nearly 1600 HP.





Front Engine Dragster doing Water Burnout
This is something you don't see everyday much less just about ever anymore!





1/4 scale pacesetter dragster build
Here is a short video showing some pictures of my 2011 pacesetter dragster built by quarterscalegod. This was hand built by Bob Smith, all parts are fabricated in house, he is truly a master at building these cars and parts. This car will be used for our 2011 season of 1/4 scale drag racing in Brooklyn NY at Floyd Bennett Field. For more information please check out www.rcburnout.com Features: 90cc solo motor, New Era quick change rear end.





Flathead Front Engine Dragster
First run with Blower Flathead. Yaaaaahuuuu!!!!!





Hilborn injected Y Block start-up
SBC hilborn injector adapted to a 333 cu in Ford Y Block 11.5 compression on E-85





Front Engine Dragster SBC 355 Methanol 6/71 Supercharged first start





5th Scale BurnOut Time! FG Dragster Test Runs
Finally, I'm taking my FG Dragster out for a testrun. The dragster is powered by a BZM 28.5 Torque Tuned engine which I dropped in a FG Sportsline 2WD. I've converted my Sportsline chassis to a 1970's Dodge Challenger, with lots of custom parts. In the video series you will be able to follow this build from the very start, to the point where it will finally start burning some rubber! The custom servo setup works great, the BZM has massive torque, and I love running this scaled down muscle car! A few alterations will be made in the future, such as a bit thicker diff oil, and perhaps a different clutch to make it engage a bit more aggressively. For a first run, I was more than satisfied and this ride is everything I hoped it to be. For more information about the FG Sportsline, visit the FG Modellsport webstore: https://www.fg-onlineshop.de/ For more information about HemiStorm Products feel free to join us on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/HemiStorm-Products/23658549638024 1 To visit the HemiStorm website and have a look at the products we develop for largescale RC cars, click the following link: http://www.hemistorm.com/ For more information about BZM Micro engines, and the full range of additional products and gear, check out the following link: http://bzm-micro.com/ When you install your electronics in your gas powered car, always remember to use a killswitch. Killer RC has a great range of products that assist you in interrupting the ignition of the car and turning the engine off in case of emergency. Safety first, for yourself and those around you. For more information about the Killer RC products used on this build, visit their website: http://www.killerrc.com/ Music: "Hoorn Staat Op" by Dubbel B & Ontoppadiz ft. DJ DNS Music used with the explicit permission of the rightful owners. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNoZHs0rphQ For more info about Dubbel B check out the following link: http://www.dubbelb.com/ Make sure to subscribe to Dubbel B on YouTube by clicking the following link: http://www.youtube.com/user/dubbelbpuntcom?feature=watch Intro music purchased at Productiontrax.com License Option B: Commercial, for-profit, distribution, or broadcast, all Packages, and Photos





Front Engine Dragster built in five months
In December 2009 I got the idea that it would be fun to have a FED so I asked a few questions and read a few threads on the HAMB. After wieghing all the advice and suggestions I bought a set of Mark Williams blue prints and got started. With the help of a good friend or two I had a can the was ready to race at Eagle Field in May 2010.





Maverick 1º Traseira Super nos 8s - 8.588@263KM/H
Gustavo Castañon - Castañon Drag Racing - Fueltech FORD Maverick V8 8.588@263KM/H First 8sec No turbo, No Spray, ALL motor in Brazil





338ci Y-Block Ford dragster run.
Fire up of the 338ci Y-Block that was ment for my pickup but is now the temp. dragster engine for the Oct. 9 Eagle Field meet. The 322ci Y will go back in once I get my new head gaskets. The cam is noticebly more mild since it was ment for the street. This is the same cam profile the Bing Simmers has in his '56 effie motor. ;-)





Drag Racer FG Muscle Car - Combining Diecast and RC
I get started on my next project, another largescale onroad car. It's an FG Sportsline 2WD 530. This car is going to be turned into a 1970 Dodge Challenger! In order to get the look I want, I decided to mix some diecast in with the RC. I use a diecast supercharged V8 engine, that you can find for anywhere between 30 and 40 dollars, to start my build with. The diecast engine will be mounted over the front shock tower, covering up some of the brake mechanics. I improvise the mounting of the piece, and tell you what kind of tools I used and issues I ran into. The engine will be looks only, the powerplant of the car will be replaced with a special, more powerful unit during the build. This build is going to have a ton of special features, a few of them rather unique, and I will take you through the whole build process step by step so if you want to, you can follow along. Make sure to subscribe to see what the 2WD will turn into, so far I can reveal this much: it will pach a true punch, will represent an icon of it's era, and will be unlike any RC you have ever seen before! For more information about the FG Sportsline, visit the FG Modellsport webstore: https://www.fg-onlineshop.de/ To see more pictures of the diecast engine I used for this build, check this link: http://libertyclassics.com/ And to purchase one, or have a look at ton of diecast models, visit Tom's site: http://www.toms.nl/ For more information about HemiStorm Products feel free to join us on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/HemiStorm-Products/23658549638024 1 To visit the HemiStorm website and have a look at the products we develop for largescale RC cars, click the following link: http://www.hemistorm.com/ Intro music purchased at Productiontrax.com License Option B: Commercial, for-profit, distribution, or broadcast, all Packages, and Photos





Front engine dragster
Filmed at the Muscle car Reunion. Gateway International Raceway, May 2009





Unique Blown Alcohol 440 Big Block Chrysler Wedge
Matsuda Racing's Nostalgia front engine dragster powered by a 0.030" over 440 Chrysler wedge. Chassis built by Bobby Matsuda Race Cars. Engine built by George Matsuda. Keith Black forged pistons. Ohio Crankshaft H-Beam rods. Eagle 4340 crank. Mopar Performance "Purple Shaft" cam. Mated to a Mike's Monsterglide (1.82 1st gear) and a Strange 9" with 4.33 gears.





Sehr Performance Machine / Randy's 292 Ford
Randy brought his 292s to us for a build. The first one had cracks in the block and both heads. Block number two was a winner and gave us a good place to start. After getting things all cleaned up and crack checked we began bringing together his good parts and ordering what we needed to get it where Randy wanted it to end up. Scott had to do some modifications to bring this little Y block up to date. A lot of the things that are normally available for current production engines were never made for 292's and 312's so you either accept that as a fact or adapt. We chose to adapt. Oil system mods were the first order of business because the Y blocks had issues with poor oiling and we wanted it to last. Scott also did a substantial amount of work in the heads and intake to wake it up. About the last thing on board was a new MSD ignition. Randy's original equipment was just too far down the road to make it worthwhile to make it work. Randy has said that he will probably never use all the torque and horsepower that is available but it's good to know that it's there should he decide to set it free and have some fun.





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