Neil's Car Works!
Neil built this car - literally - from the ground up! This video shows him
driving it for the first time. Dane and I are soo proud of him (the video
August 24, 2009.
Dane is 2 years old, mommy is 9 months pregnant, and daddy's car works!!
Build a Locost 7: Step 1 - Fabricate the Frame
Building a Locost 7 frame, at 240x speed acceleration. This is the start
of my build and represents roughly 50 hours of work between 4/21 and
4/28/2007 to construct the basic frame. Run at roughly 1000x fast forward,
it will only take you seven minutes.
My entire build log, with lots of specs, pictures, and info is at
How to build a Westfield Sports Car
Shows the construction of my Westfield Sport 2000 module build (lotus 7
inspired) sportscar. The engine is a ford duratec 2.0l with a Weber Alpha
throttle body injection (204hp), with lightened flywheel, sports clutch
plate (hydrolic), connected to an MT75 - 5 speed quick shift gearbox. This
is connected to a 3.92 LSD Ford 7" differential. Suspension is fully
independent and fully adjustable with a wide track front arrangement and
front and rear anti roll systems fitted. Brakes are AP racing 4 pot
(ventilated discs) at the front and VW golf mk4 solid discs at the rear,
operated by an AP Racing master cylinder.
Bailey Blade Car Design / Building the body buck adding foam core - Part 2
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This video is part one of the Foaming process. Basically it's a time-lapse
video of me inserting foam sections in-between the wood forms that I built
in the previous video. The foam process will take a bit more time to do as
there is a lot of shaping and cutting to do. But this will give you an
idea... Took a few hours to do and I was since and not feeling well this
day. At the end talk a little about the project but can't really focus well
because it was 900 degrees in the room.
E92 M3 Track Car Build by Turner Motorsport
This black 2008 M3 coupe was brought to us by it's owner with only 4,600
miles on the clock. He asked us to transform his M3 from a street car into
a dedicated track beast, custom built to his needs. It received a TMS
fabricated "standard" race/track cage setup, MOTON coilovers, full race Exhaust (with cat-delete), software, TMS
Power Pulley, carbon fiber roof (car originally had a sunroof with steel
panel), Forgeline 18x10" non-staggered race wheels with 275 width Hoosiers,
custom built center console, retained iDrive (strictly monitoring engine
oil level and other electronic features), BMW Performance Steering wheel,
fire extinguishing system, racing harnesses, baseline suspension setup, and
many many more features and products. The end result: This M3 is FAR
lighter than a standard "street" E92 M3, and benefits from added horsepower and torque over
stock. After some track time and dialing in of both the car and driver,
this Turner-built E92 M3 will be the ultimate weapon for track days.
For complete start-to-finish build up photos (over 110 photos!), please
visit our gallery at the following URL:
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Music by Kevin MacLeod.
Designing Sports Car in Inventor 11
Another movie of the car that I designed and built a few years ago. Virtual
car still isn't finished. I will be very busy in the next few weeks so
probably I won't find time in June. But I'll be back in July or Sep. Enjoy
BTW There are 402 parts already without bolts washers and nuts.
Street Legal 1936 Dirt Track Race Car listen and watch
This is one cool hot rod. It is a real 1936 (body) modified dirt track race
car that has been converted to drive on the street. See more about this car
at http://www.LegendaryCollectorCars.com under the Featured Car page.
Welding Race Cars.mp4
This video presents information about welding race cars that summarizes an
article published in the American Welding Societies Journal. It outlines
additional information presented on our www.NetWelding.com web site. It
includes a few video clips of Richard Petty discussing the importance of
quality welds in making a safe race car.
It has suggestions and potential problems when welding 4130 Chrome-Moly
used by drag racers as well as the mild steel used in NASCAR chassis. You
can see the 1st page of information on welding race cars at: