F1 - Engine Test 20,000 RPM FSG Motorsport
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Honda F1 Engine at 20000 RPM
Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBc84XXq_3XZvOJtfwgG5bQ Cars of the Future [Documentary] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7owJNjfmN0 Formula 1 - The Secret Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syYW5boz8yg Formula 1 - The Limit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NRf2jGrrMc Ayrton Senna & McLarent Honda: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lo8og7wfLiU Japanese car manufacturer Honda participated in Formula One, as an entrant, constructor and engine supplier between 1964 and 2008. Honda's involvement in F1 began with the 1964 season; their withdrawal in 1968 was precipitated by the death of Honda driver Jo Schlesser during the 1968 French Grand Prix. They returned in 1983 as an engine supplier, a role that ended in 1992. They returned again in 2000, providing engines for British American Racing (BAR). By the end of 2005 they had bought out the BAR team, based at Brackley, United Kingdom, and renamed their new subsidiary Honda Racing. It was announced on 5 December 2008 that Honda would be exiting Formula One with immediate effect due to the Global financial crisis of 2008--2009 and were looking to sell their team. On 27 February 2009 it was announced that team principal Ross Brawn had led a management buyout of the Brackley team. The team raced successfully as Brawn GP in 2009, and was subsequently sold to Daimler AG and renamed Mercedes GP for the 2010 season
Ferrari F1 312B2 Dyno Video
This was a standard rebuild on an existing engine platform with no additional modiﬁ cations for power. The primary consideration was reliability and clean running. When we originally received this engine for rebuil (we have done it twice now over a period of years), it had broken the timing gears so we didn't have a baseline Dyno run. After the ﬁ rst rebuild, it was run on a chas- sis Dyno (our original DTS engine Dyno couldn't handle the quick rpm changes) and produced 289 HP @ 9000 rpm. After the second rebuild (re-fresh), we ran it on our new Superﬂ ow Powermark Dyno and saw a deﬁ nite improvement (365 HP @ 9,800). Most of the improvement was due to fuel curve tuning on the Lucas mechani- cal injection system and ignition optimiza- tion. While not the most powerful vintage F1 engine, it has been very reliable and smooth.