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Fast lawn mower #5 Highlights (R&R Racing)
My buddy's and I havin a blast!





GSX Turbo minibike
The smalles bike possible with a 750ccm engine. And just to make it interesting we added a turbo





Rat Rod vs Lamborghini Aventador! Roadkill Episode 5
On this episode of Roadkill, HOT ROD's David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan spend 24 crazy hours with a 1930 Model A Rat Rod and a 2012 Lamborghini Aventador to find out which wildly impractical, larger-than-life car attracts the most attention. Roadkill appears every fourth Friday on the new 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/101867967859016552744/posts Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.hotrod.com





Pocket Bike Burnout
We Built This Custom 49cc Bike For My Son For His 6th Birthday. This Was His 2nd Burnout On It. Sorry The Video is not very good, I will get some better ones soon!! It's Stretched 12" And Is Fully Custom Air Brushed To Look Like my 2007 GSXR 750 Sittin In The Background.





TURBO BIKES AT SANTA POD
HUGE thanks to Dave MDM Manning from Streetfighters Magazine for looking after us at Santa Pod. The only man in history to rock up to an English drag strip on a cold day wearing shorts. Results here http://eurodragster.com/santapod/live/2011extremeperformancebikeweekend/str aightliners_final_results.pdf Entrants here http://www.santapod.co.uk/e_entrylist_extreme08.php





World's FIRST Banshee/450r Hybrid
Banshee/450r hybrid. 2004 Honda 450r frame with a 10mm DM Banshee motor.





Hayabusa GSX R 1300 Turbo 400Km/H racing
the best superbike ever complete video, suzuki hayabusa turbo very fast going 400 Km/H racing on the freeway.





Pocket bike start
www.bigmotorsport.com A general idea of how to start your pocket bike. 1) Make sure the choke is in the closed position. 2) Drop the bike a few times on the back tires to get rid of any air bubbles that may have formed. 3) Prime the engine using slow pulls. 4) Pull the cord at the same angle it is coming out of the pull start assembly. Otherwise you will not be able to pull fast enough to start engine, and may cause damage to the pull assembly. If you are lifting the bike in the air, you are not pulling it at the right angle.





World fastest minibike
THIS IS ONLY A FIRST SOUNDCHECK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! gsx-r 750 engine with 130+ horse power complete hand made custom by fighterschmiede i Ride it on my other Vids !!!!!!!





turbo 50 cc pocket bike
a turbo pocket bike 50cc, made it to see if it works. its a silvia s15 sr20det turbo with custom made steam pipe manifold, fuel tank and Exhaust. video taken with my HTC HD Desire. *************************************************************************** ************************** check out part 2 of the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_r0wOZICiRo *************************************************************************** ****************************





Mini Cooper (Part 1/2) With Helicopter Turbine Jet Engine Smokes
Having shared the track with it at Homestead Miami Speedway in my 2002 Cooper S it was outrageously fast in a staight line but seeming dangerous trying to turn. Are there plans to try to make it turn a corner or will this be a drag machine? Since the Mini is a throttle by wire any thoughts of syncronizing the two engines to the single throttle pedal? MINI Cooper com motor de Helicóptero e turbo de Jato (Parte 1)





turbo mini moto
push bike frame with mini moto attatched behind. clocked at 40 mph flat out....





Minibike racing
Thijs alleen op zijn minibike (4jaar)





Yamaha r1 110cc Super Pocket Bike
My Facebook. LIKE THIS PICTURE: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150869201201965&set=a.437175101964 .221064.596351964&type=1&theater My Twitter: https://twitter.com/AndreasBS94 Yamaha r1 110cc pocket bike / mini moto, with 4 gears and a top speed of around 85-100 km / h (depends on the weight of the driver). The bike is equipped with 4 semi-automatic gears, headlights, tail lights, turn signals, horn, electric start, speedometer, kick start, front and rear damper and hydraulic brakes.





Chainsaw Bike
Crazy Germans




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1991 Geo Storm Gsi Turbo: 12.707 @ 108.830
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2000 BMW 540iT Dinan S2: 14.330 @ 96.210
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1989 Plymouth Voyager SE: 14.757 @ 94.190
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1991 Geo Storm Base: 15.491 @ 88.160
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1989 Plymouth Voyager se: 16.020 @ 83.000
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1993 Geo Storm GSi: 16.153 @ 86.000
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1993 Geo Storm 2+2: 17.544 @ 77.070
Kyle, Engine: 1.6L SOHC I4, Tires: STOCK


1992 Geo Storm : 17.600 @ 74.990
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2000 Plymouth Voyager Base: 17.906 @ 75.580
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1991 Geo Storm base: 18.600 @ 75.500
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