Special Saloon Car Challenge- Jyllandsringen 23 August 2009. Heat 2. pt.1
Fiat x1/9 turbo
Ferrari 360 Challenge
Peugeot 306 maxi
BMW 320i E46 2,0
Renault Megane Trophy V6
Honda Accord 2,2 Type R
Volvo S60 T5
Honda Civic Type R
Alfa Romeo 147
Nissan Skyline GTS-R
VW Golf Gti
Ford Escort MK 2
Sleipner LM 3000
Toyota Supra GT300
Lotus Elise VTEC 2,0
Honda Integra 2,0 Type R K20
Porsche 944 5,4
Starting Fiat X1/9 Engine.
Starting my recently restored and modified Fiat X1/9 engine for the first
time since we dragged it out off a field in Ohio. We added a four port
intake, Duoletta carbs, lightened the flywheel, remove emmission controls
and the AC, 1500 block (retains 4 speed gearbox), as well we added a euro
cam along with a racing distributor and gave it some other tweaks to
increase HP. We're very pleased with the results!
Sunbeam Imp Special Saloon
Sunbeam Imp SS1300 class race car, Suzuki 1300cc 16v engine
Just running the engine after repairs to see that everything is working.
Jonny Hotnuts Busa power in Land Speed car dyno run
SCTA class H/ Blown Fuel - Blown Gas Modified Sports.
Dyno Session #2
turbo Hayabusa motor 1.3K
438 whp (driving 2 wheels on Superflow car Dyno) @ 9580 RPM
Watch the air intake tube rise!
The tune is conservative and not designed for big Dyno numbers for a second. This
engine needs to be able run flat out for 5 miles without coming apart. We
have a lot of headroom @ 400+ and still can pump the Boost if we need to get a few more out if it.
Geared for 235 MPH @ 11,200 RPM.
Castle Combe Special GT Race April 91
A wild selection of Special Saloons, Modsports and oddball entries at
Castle Combe in April 1991 with the very serious Special Saloon Skoda of
Brian Fisher heading up the Thundersaloon RS500 Sierra Cosworth of Nigel
Mustill (which is indecently rapid!) and the Rovers SD1s of Williamson and
Erling Jenson (the white one) a host of Magquire Imps, a rather raking
Marcos , a massive Boss Mustang, some Vauxhall Chevettes,
some Davrians and even a convertible Mini Clubman! Within a couple of
years this series was dominated by ex Group C cars....things changed
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