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May 17th, 2014, 10:10 PM   #21
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Alot of those views are me going back to look at that 650 with the gearbox on the front.











that engine is very interesting .. 123mm bore!

remote hydraulic lifters to amplify the valve lift from a gear driven cam mounted low down.



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44L inverted V12 .... 3.7L jugs


The massive 44.5 litre Daimler-Benz DB 603 inverted V12 was selected to power the record-setting car. The engine was an increased displacement derivative of the famous DB-601 aircraft engine that powered the Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter in production at the time. The DB-603 fitted was just the third prototype (V3) engine of this variant and tuned up to 3,000 hp (2,200 kW), roughly twice the power of the Bf 109 or the Supermarine Spitfire. The engine ran on a special mixture of methyl alcohol (63%), benzene (16%), ethanol (12%), acetone (4.4%), nitrobenzene (2.2%), avgas (2%), and ether (0.4%) with MW (methanol-water) injection for charge cooling and as an anti-detonant.





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BADASH 29er - Renovo Hardwood Bicycles









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more info on this german speed record car, Mercedes Benz T80 target speed 750km/hr

WW2 got in the way

they got to 600km/hr



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercedes-Benz_T80

8M long 2.7 tons drag coeff of 0.18 !!!

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Stroker CR500. 4mm stroker crank, 48 mm lectron methanol carb. Vortex power Reed block. Close ratio gear box. Dual vortex ignition with programed advanced curve for methanol. Tuned methanol down pipe. Lowered. Spare 250mm lengthened swing arm for hill climb, 1/4 mile, dirt drags etc. RMZ450 frame. Best handling Bike out there. This motor won King of the beach without Stroker crank
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big ned ' 3lt v twin concept bike
Feb 13th, 2010, 3:46pm this monster inspired by sydney nolans painting of NED KELLY square heads & square cylinders built in his shed by mark walker of dorrigo

BIG NED'S spec's
5in bore & 5in stroke (by 127mm)
200 horsepower compression ratio :10 to 1
crankcases. machined from steel tube & the end caps are aluminum witch carry the main bearings& the studded head bolts
crankshaft machined from solid piece of high tough steel with 50mm plain bearings
con rods from 7000 series aluminum plate
pistons from 6000 aluminum & rings from an isuzu truck
cylinders 6061 aluminum the piston runs directly in the bore & has teflon skirts rotary valve heads 90mm in dia encasing inlet & exhaust ports
stainless 2 1/2 in headers join flexible stainless pipe to mufflers made from 6in aluminum fire extinguishers
head & cylinders all in one piece
correct 90 degree firing by way of 4 cylinder magneto & triumph timing gaers
jackaroo starter motor
carby's 70mm butterfly type fuel controlled by a scroll block
gearbox ; direct 5 to1 drive thru an 8 in centrifugal clutch
drivetrain: 2 to 1 bevel drive to twin chain rear drive gears from a large slasher
steel 4x2box frame mounts the diff rear end & fuel tank
single unit rear end contains diff drive & wheel made from alu plate
front end & trees from 80 & 50mm tube & billet single leading shoe made from an oxy cylinder
front &rear wheels 17" machined from 4 car rims joined with 20mm axles & machined hubs ,oval spokes covered in leather
stainless 2 lt oil tank under the crankcase for this wet sump machine
a 100 yr old copper pot was used to make the seat & all the armour was campfire blackened
all up it took 44 months to build

Onedaytech: Mark Walker & Big Ned













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Mark Walker?s Big Ned ? the Rotary Valve 3 Liter V-Twin Street Fighter from Australia
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he wants to get it running on methanol ... cooler

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