126 + мотоциклетен ДВГ

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Re: 126 + мотоциклетен ДВГ

Post by DeYaN » 13/11/2010, 01:23

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Ми той умрял, ма... Ко!? Не!!!

[22:17:55] 6liopar: оооооо, не мога аз на [душ] кабина!!! Имам клаустрофобия...
[22:18:33] tekilaaa: каква клаустрофобия бре!? 126 караш, за клаустрофобия ми говориш...

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Re: 126 + мотоциклетен ДВГ

Post by tekilaaa » 21/12/2010, 08:35

Деянееееее , само дразниш народа :P

Скъпи Дядо Коледа , аз бях много послушно момченце през тази година , и ако може да ми подариш подобна работилница ще те обичам до следващата коледа :)



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Re: 126 + мотоциклетен ДВГ

Post by DeYaN » 21/12/2010, 10:43

:mrgreen: Голям бой ми се полага. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Дядо Мраз дано и той е послушен, па да вземе да ни изпълни по някоя поръчка :P


Ми той умрял, ма... Ко!? Не!!!

[22:17:55] 6liopar: оооооо, не мога аз на [душ] кабина!!! Имам клаустрофобия...
[22:18:33] tekilaaa: каква клаустрофобия бре!? 126 караш, за клаустрофобия ми говориш...

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Re: 126 + мотоциклетен ДВГ

Post by Firious Fi4o » 21/12/2010, 14:47

Пълни лудаци.Дай боже и ние някой ден да се докопаме до такива машини и програми.
Амин. :D :twisted:СВАЛЯМ ИМ ШАПКА :djentalmen:



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Re: 126 + мотоциклетен ДВГ

Post by rey_cra4ola » 22/02/2011, 01:48

да се надяваме че скоро в Пловдив ще има таков зверче viewtopic.php?f=19&t=2043&p=14521#p14521" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Re: 126 + мотоциклетен ДВГ

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Ми той умрял, ма... Ко!? Не!!!

[22:17:55] 6liopar: оооооо, не мога аз на [душ] кабина!!! Имам клаустрофобия...
[22:18:33] tekilaaa: каква клаустрофобия бре!? 126 караш, за клаустрофобия ми говориш...

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Ми той умрял, ма... Ко!? Не!!!

[22:17:55] 6liopar: оооооо, не мога аз на [душ] кабина!!! Имам клаустрофобия...
[22:18:33] tekilaaa: каква клаустрофобия бре!? 126 караш, за клаустрофобия ми говориш...

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Re: 126 + мотоциклетен ДВГ

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Ми той умрял, ма... Ко!? Не!!!

[22:17:55] 6liopar: оооооо, не мога аз на [душ] кабина!!! Имам клаустрофобия...
[22:18:33] tekilaaa: каква клаустрофобия бре!? 126 караш, за клаустрофобия ми говориш...

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Post by danchovek » 09/08/2011, 21:39

Очаквам продължение...


Уважение всекиму - страх никому!

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Re: 126 + мотоциклетен ДВГ

Post by DeYaN » 30/01/2012, 15:18

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Driven: bike-engined Fiat 126 Bis

Bike engined road cars are always a bit mental but this one's more so than most

Friday 27th January


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Stealth cars. Don't you just love 'em? They look bog stock but tucked away in their mechanical arsenal is enough firepower to blow the mind of even the most hardened modifier. And this 1989 Fiat 126 Bis is the very definition of the wolf in sheep's clothing.

The original Fiat 126 packed a mighty 24hp from its ickle 704cc two-cylinder engine, driving through a four-speed gearbox. The special Bis model added a whopping 2hp, giving 26 not especially wild horses.

Engine transplant somewhat transforms 126

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This one's a bit different though. Instead of the 26hp rear-mounted motor - able to put-put-put to a mighty 4,500rpm - there's now a 1,000cc FZR EXUP 'Power valve' (the R1 forerunner, with four-stroke power valve system and a servo-driven exhaust valve) bike engine in the boot, putting out 145hp at 10,000rpm and screaming to 11,500rpm. Four-speed gearbox? Nah. A sequential Yamaha five-speed close-ratio unit. And gone is the standard rear-wheel drive transmission, replaced with a bespoke chain and sprocket system with a homebrew propshaft and modified limited-slip differential from a Toyota Celica GT4.

Hold on to your hat
As you might expect, performance has improved somewhat. The standard 126 (even in special 26hp Bis spec) just about managed 0-60 in a glacial 33 seconds and couldn't even dream of hitting 100mph, with a 72mph vmax. Now the mega-revs 145hp Fiat is capable (according to its builder) of 0-60 in 3.5 seconds and will hit 100mph in just 12.5 seconds, thundering onto 150mph - if you're brave enough.

Exhaust - and noise - are the only real giveways
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To maintain the surreptitious facade, inside and out, standard aesthetics down to the badging and tiny wheel and tyre package have been maintained. And only the handmade exhaust, lowered ride height, 13,000rpm Yamaha rev counter and floor-mounted manual choke point to the Fiat's feisty fundamentals. Even the original dash, instrument panel and gearstick remain, now operating in an entirely different manner. The lengths owner Chris Lockhart has gone to are admirable.

But, looking at the 40-year-old car nut's history, it's not at all surprising this full-on Fiat is so good. Let's just say engineer Chris likes bike-engined, heavily modified cars. He's owned seven, including a Blackbird, an R1 and a Hayabusa-engined classic Minis, a ZX9 Mini Clubman and two bike-powered kit cars. The Fiat is his latest big high revving toy.

The 126 was bought 18 months back, as a part-finished project car. Chris and mates Andy and Jez (all with engineering or mechanical backgrounds) then spent over a year fettling the Fiat into the shape it is now - an immaculate, rust-free shell, bespoke rear-wheel-drive and powered by the Yamaha 1,000cc engine.

Here's where the skullduggery lurks...
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The dreaded 'unfinished project'
"The bare essentials were there," says Chris, "but it needed a lot of modification to get it working, especially sorting out the cooling [Honda car radiator, bike water pump] and pipework."

What's the appeal of bike-powered classic cars? "The engines are very lightweight, so you can keep the overall weight of the car down, then there's the thrill of the sequential gearbox attached, without having to fork out £10,000 for an aftermarket unit. I guess ultimately, it's all about the revs and long, quick gears," says Chris, smirking.

Helmet handy for masking look of fear
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And you can see the rationale. Chris has also modified classic Minis with Honda VTEC engines and, in his own words, "they are really, really quick, but you can tell there's a very heavy engine in a light shell up front, and they alter the balance too much. Plus, the gear changes are not in the same league."

No such trouble here. The light Yamaha EXUP unit sits neatly in the boot, over the driven wheels and the 145hp is transferred via the bespoke transmission and the Yamaha sequential with serious gusto. It's an incredible buzz to be around, yet alone drive. So incongruous. So unique. So not Fiat 126.

Cute looks, insane performance

The original 126 was a cramped, noisy affair, and this is still the case, and some. From the moment the free-revving engine spins into life the insane Fiat makes you grin inanely. Your eyes say slow, cutesy, 80s Italian city car. Your ears say 'where's that superbike?'

145hp? Through those tyres?
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Pull the gear lever back to engage first with a meaty mechanical clunk, slip the clutch and blip the throttle. Revs rise and fall insanely fast. Then the real mentalism starts. Frenetic, frightening and ferociously fast is the best description. The sheer length of the gears and manic crescendo of the revs rising to 11,500rpm, combined with the instantaneous sequential shifts, while surrounded by a 99 per cent standard Fiat 126 interior is deeply, deeply surreal. Incongruity defined. But God, this phenomenal Fiat is massive fun.

"Everyone comes over to this car, commenting on its condition (and saying words like 'cute' and 'arrrr'), then they see and hear the engine, and they can't believe what they are witnessing," adds Chris.

And I've saved the best news 'til last. Now the bulk of the insane 126 is finished (it still needs big brakes, fat rims and rubber and suspension to be a true weapon really), project car addict Chris is moving on, so the Fiat is up for sale. Time to raid the piggy bank?

Words and images: Phil Royle


FIAT 126 BIS EXUP
Engine: 1,003cc 4-cyl
Power (hp): 145@10,500rpm
Torque (lb ft): 78.8@8,500rpm
0-62mph: 3.5 seconds
Top speed: 150mph
Weight: 619Kg
MPG: N/A
CO2: N/A
Price: £9,995 (as tested)

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Ми той умрял, ма... Ко!? Не!!!

[22:17:55] 6liopar: оооооо, не мога аз на [душ] кабина!!! Имам клаустрофобия...
[22:18:33] tekilaaa: каква клаустрофобия бре!? 126 караш, за клаустрофобия ми говориш...

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Re: 126 + мотоциклетен ДВГ

Post by DeYaN » 30/01/2012, 15:24

CLASSIC FIAT 126 WITH 150 BHP !!

INTERESTED ?

THEN READ ON...................

This beautiful looking original classic Fiat 126 hides a secret, and it hides it very well...For this little light weight classic fiat is powered by a 5 speed 150 BHP Yamaha FZR1000cc Exu engine !!!

To say its fast is an understatement, and understatement is what this iconic classic is all about. Painstaking time has been taken in order to hide what lies within, it was the fundamental aim of this project that the car must look like a beautiful standard classic car even down to the skinny tyres and fiat wheel trims, even on the inside there are virtually no clues as to its jekel and Hyde character. It has been built using the original dash, gear stick and instrument cluster all functioning but in a different way.

It has a manual choke on the floor again original equipment - you pull this up and turn the key and again with its silenced exhaust it fires into life instantly with a non-126 sound but still not over the top. Allow her to warm up then pull the gear stick backwards to engage first gear slip the clutch slightly and you're away with no dramas at all. Infact you would be forgiven for thinking this was normal, the ride is quiet and compliant and it is all business as usual UNTIL you floor the loud pedal and then all Hell brakes loose the sound changes the revs rise and rise and rise until you hit 13,500rpm at which point you grab second with a swift cluthless change and it starts again, and again and again - infact 5 times at which point you are going at crazy speeds.

Just imagine this, it's a sunny day your out for a drive you pull up to the lights grab the inside lane there's no hurry !! A BMW M3 pulls up alongside he's got the top down ( Its sunny !! ) he's a mature driver and so glances across to pay full respect for this beautiful condition classic Fiat 126. A mutual glance of respect is exchanged for each other's fine automobiles and at this point the Race begins even though at this point the M3 driver doesn't realise this; BUT he soon will ! The lights change and the M3 powers away with a clean purposeful start, its obviously only fair to give the underdog a head start - with a 0-60 of 3.5 seconds and a 0-100 of 12.5 it's a forgone conclusion that within 1 gear change your long gone, it's a shame the BMW driver never really gets the chance to see this happen but at least with the top down he gets to hear it !!!

The Yamaha FZR1000 Exup is carb version, its fitted in the rear of the fiat and is chain and sprocket driven to the rear wheels via a differential. All the wheels and brakes are original Fiat, the exhaust is a hand made item with a classic motorcycle end can. It all fits in very neatly and it works very well as a package.

It uses the Yamaha Gearbox chain and sproket driven to a Celica GT4 LSD Differential. ( It currently has no reverse, but is easily fitted...)

You need to get your hands in your wallets and get it bought, its mental fun that is depreciation Free. It is without doubt like an adrenalin high every time you pilot this little space ship...


12 MONTHS MOT
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Ми той умрял, ма... Ко!? Не!!!

[22:17:55] 6liopar: оооооо, не мога аз на [душ] кабина!!! Имам клаустрофобия...
[22:18:33] tekilaaa: каква клаустрофобия бре!? 126 караш, за клаустрофобия ми говориш...

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Re: 126 + мотоциклетен ДВГ

Post by YaMaHa_YzF-R1 » 02/02/2012, 13:17

Всички са луднали по тва англичанче :)



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