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Dobies Mini Dragbike Doom

Warming up Dobies Mini Dragbike Doom


 


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JD Testing His New Mods
Minibike Racing





Testing DOOM!
Mansville minibike racing





Dee Jay Testing Out His New Stroker 305
minibike racing





Honda gx200 pro street **revisited**
***i will get better sound quality up soon, i filmed it with an iphone4 which usually picks up the Sound good but not with this set up now*** Set it up for drag racing, opened it up with big ports, bolted the tillitson right to the head, put a good flowing big Exhaust on, and is running on pure alcohol now.





The Big Event, Testing Out Big Bikes
Minibike Drag Racing





JR.PROBIKE JR.DRAGBIKE
LA PRIMERA Y UNICA PROBIKE EN PUERTO RICO.EN LA PISTA DE ARECIBO,PUERTO RICO





Mini Bike Mayhem! Taco Mini Bikes Custom HOT ROD Bike! HOT ROD Unlimited Ep. 46
On this episode of HOT ROD Unlimited, Joe Rivello of Taco Mini Bikes builds HOT ROD magazine a custom mini bike based off their traditional style bikes. We also visit Joe Sebergandio, founder of Joe's Mini Bike Reunion which hosts thousands of old, new and extreme mini bikes from all over the country. Watch David Freiburger rip the custom HOT ROD mini bike and learn about how connected hot rodding is with mini bike culture. HOT ROD Unlimited appears every other Friday on the Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://facebook.com/hotrodmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend Google+ - https://plus.google.com/1018679678590... Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.hotrod.com





JDs new 390 Mini Bike
JD's new highly modified Honda GX390 mini bike





Toxic Mini Dragbike GX 620 Turbo the Maunting Part two
turbo Dragbike im Miniformat mit Honda Gx 620 und Smart turbo





TURBOCHARGED MINIBIKE that pumps out 5-7lbs of boost!! Video Number 2
Azusa turbocharged minibike that puts out about 5-7lbs. I cleaned the bike up some and no longer needed the battery to run the pump. The old Facet pump seized up so I got an electric vane pump. It runs off of the charge coil (puts out 13-14 volts) and the light runs off of a lamp coil. I dont need to pump out a lot of speed but with the right sprocket it will go pretty goodand is perfect for cruising the drag races in Bakersfield. Check out wdows So Cal on facebook to see us all.





CoCo vs Minidragbike
minibike racing





Detroit Minibike Races - 200cc X18 (Batman) vs 350cc Banshee
200cc vs 350cc





Mini Bike Drag Racing Barona Drag Strip 3-23-2013
Saturaday at barona drag strip this very fast mini bike drag racing on the 1/8 mile from the pits to the track single passes. During the 2013 NHRA SUMMIT SERIES #1 and #2 test and tune.





Minibike vs Sports Bike
Minibike Drag Racing





Turbo Diesel Mini Bike
Start at 2:13 to skip the intro, or click here for a helmet-cam ride: http://youtu.be/U5XyrXEZKu8 This is an idea I've had since I was a kid, and after watching Mike Cberts Diesel mini bike video I was inspired to put together my own! The frame has been around since I was 4 years old! At that point it was powered by a 3 hp Briggs and Stratton and is a Fox corporation, Trail Bug probably from the 60's or early 70's. The engine is a copy of a 10 hp Yanmar single cylinder Diesel engine and the turbo is similar to the one on my Honda CX-500 turbo motorcycle. The engine runs at 3,600 rpm max and top speed so far is 39.3 mph. Here's a description of 2 stroke & 4 stroke Diesel engines: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=k3gMTqaNwlE&NR=1




Which car is faster? Which Car is Faster?





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1976 Austin-Rover Mini Clubman Estate: 11.760 @ 115.550
Mike Smith, Engine: 2x Vauxhall 2litre 16v XE, Tires: 175/50x13 Yokohama A539


1987 Austin-Rover Mini S: 15.090 @ 90.070
Alan Kidner, Engine: 1340, Supercharger: Eaton M45 Tires: Slicks on front


 


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