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  • ELECTRO TUNING VERANO 2015 - FOTOS EXPO LA TUNNING

  • honda biz tuning, kon lanzallamas

    moto honda biz reformada, a la kual se le insatalo un kid de lanzallamas en el sistema de escape,
    nombre de la moto: zomdooce jk-76
    proyecto: handmade-tuning-club

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  • Tuning Car

    Muestra de coche tuneado con música.

    Es una cortesía de: http://laplumilla.com

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  • Autos, Car Tuning Ecuador

    http://tuning5.ning.com/ Red Social de Autos, coches, carros tuning, donde te enteras todo sobre el tuning como noticias, chicas, fotos, videos, car, motos, etc.

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  • Chicas Tuning

    http://tuning5.ning.com/ Red Social de Autos, coches, carros tuning, donde te enteras todo sobre el tuning como noticias, chicas, fotos, videos, car, motos, etc.

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  • Honda CB1100 EX - Prueba en Portalmotos

    Prueba Honda CB1100EX: http://bit.ly/1zlG0vX Honda nos muestra esta espectacular Honda CB1100EX, con la intención de darle un cuarto de giro a la tuerca llamada CB1100 y ofrecer un aspecto más acorde a la inspiración original basada en la CB750 Four. Prueba a fondo de la Honda CB1100EX, aquí:

    http://www.portalmotos.com/revista/pruebas-de-motos/honda-cb1100ex-prueba--excelentemente-retro/14901.html

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  • Chicas Tuning Ecuador

    http://tuning5.ning.com/ Red Social de Autos, coches, carros tuning, donde te enteras todo sobre el tuning como noticias, chicas, fotos, videos, car, motos, etc.

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  • Tuning-car4191

    Auto tuneado en exposición, con música.

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  • Chicas Tuning Ecuador

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  • Chicas Tuning Ecuador

    http://tuning5.ning.com/ Red Social de Autos, coches, carros tuning, donde te enteras todo sobre el tuning como noticias, chicas, fotos, videos, car, motos, etc.

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  • Chicas Tuning Ecuador

    http://tuning5.ning.com/ Red Social de Autos, coches, carros tuning, donde te enteras todo sobre el tuning como noticias, chicas, fotos, videos, car, motos, etc.

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  • Honda VFR800F - Prueba dinámica en Portalmotos

    Prueba Honda VFR800F. La Honda VFR800F no es una moto más. El estandarte de Honda se reencarna en su sexta generación y sigue siendo exclusiva y elegante. Después de 100 kilómetros de curvas, aquí está la prueba de contacto de la nueva Honda VFR800F. La prueba completa, aquí:

    http://www.portalmotos.com/revista/pruebas-de-motos/honda-vfr800f-presentacion-y-prueba-de-contacto-el-mito-renace/14560.html

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  • Concentracion Moto Faro 2006

    Un diaporama de la 25 edicion Concentracion de Motos en Faro - Portugal. Mas de 80.000 motos. Un fin de semana inolvidable.

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  • TUNING COCHES 2008-2009

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  • DAX CLUB ARGENTINA / HONDA DAX ST70 CT70

    DAX CLUB ARGENTINA. Todo HONDA DAX ST70/CT70. Informacion, historia, mecanica, fotos, consejos, sugerencias, etc etc,...TODO HONDA DAX EN...... WWW.DAXCLUB.FOROPORTAL.US

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  • Honda CBR 1000 Fireblade 2010 en Argentina_mpeg4

    Expomotoshow 2009 La promotora del TC Silvina nos muestra como se sube a la Honda CBR 1000 RR 2010 y nos cuenta su opinión sobre la excelente promo de HONDA donde te fotografiaban y te podes bajar las fotos en www.evento-honda.com.ar una producción de motosargentinas.com.ar

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  • Un cuaderno que pasa notas al teléfono y se borra en microondas

    Tomar notas a mano y que aparezcan directamente en el teléfono móvil o en carpetas de almacenamiento se puede convertir en una tarea sencilla sin necesidad de recurrir al escánear o a la cámara de fotos del teléfono móvil. La libreta Rocketbook Wave pretende que el paso del bloc al 'smartphone' sea simple y en cuestión de segundos.

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  • La Semana del Medio Ambiente de Leganés se cerró con una gran fiesta en las plazas de España y Fuente Honda

    La Concejalía de Medio Ambiente ha organizado los eventos que se han ofrecido durante los últimos días a los ciudadanos de Leganés. Ayer, además, se instalaron varios stands de empresas dedicadas al reciclado de papel y cartón, vidrio, aceite, ropa o plantas y huertos ocio, así como del mantenimiento físico.

    La empresa Ecovidrio, dedicada a la retirada de los contenedores verdes de vidrio en nuestras calles, instalaba en la plaza de la Fuente Honda un gran castillo hinchable para la diversión de los más pequeños con la intención de informar a sus padres y acompañantes sobre la necesidad de ahorrar energía depositando botellas de vidrio, tarros, cristales y frascos en los contenedores verdes.

    En la Plaza de España fueron varias empresas e instituciones las que se instalaron, como Carpa, que se dedica al reciclado de papel y cartón a través de los contenedores azules, montando un stand donde los niños aprendían manualidades con papeles y cartones y el mago Juanky deleitaba a los más pequeños con sus trucos.

    Otras empresas como Humana ’Fundación Pueblo para el Pueblo’, que recicla la ropa usada a través de sus contenedores grises, instaló un taller para hacer muñecos y marionetas con ropa usada. Verdecora, por su parte, regalaba plantas, daba información sobre los ecohuertos, mascotas, flores o decoración, y un ’hada del bosque’ exhibía un águila con la que los más pequeños se podían hacer fotos.

    Mientras tanto la empresa Fetrans Per, dedicada a la gestión integral de residuos como el aceite vegetal usado, explicaba a los curiosos y viandantes el funcionamiento de los 20 nuevos contenedores color naranja que se instalarán en las calles de Leganés para el reciclado del aceite usado de los domicilios.

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  • First and second race SuperKarts Championship at Oulton Park T500RS HD

    Superkart is a form of motor racing in which the class is a racing vehicle sized like a kart but with several characteristics more strongly associated with open-wheel racing cars.

    The most obvious difference between a Superkart and any other form of kart is that they have full aerodynamic bodykits and can race on car circuits over 1,500 metres in length. The power unit, most often, but not exclusively two stroke 250 cc engines, can be specially designed kart engines or production motorcycle engines with either five or six-speed sequential gearboxes. Owing to their high top speed and superb cornering ability, a Superkart's aerodynamic bodywork includes a front fairing, larger sidepods, and a rear wing. They use either 5-or-6-inch-diameter (130 or 150 mm) tires and wheels and most often race on full size auto-racing circuits.

    250 cc Superkarts often[quantify] set faster lap times than much more expensive and technically advanced racing machines.[1][2] Some British and Australian classes also include 125 cc gearbox karts.

    Superkarts race on "long circuits"[3] (e.g. Silverstone, Laguna Seca, Magny-Cours). In the UK they also race on "short circuits"[4] (e.g. Kimbolton), "short circuits" are under 1,500 metres in length.[5]

    Superkarts are raced worldwide. There is a multi-event CIK-FIA European Superkart Championship (for 250 cc karts only),[6] and there has in the past been a World Championship, which was last run in 1995.

    Powered by a 2-stroke 250 cc engine producing 62 hp for an overall weight including the driver of 205 kilograms, Superkarts have a power/weight ratio of 440 hp/tonne (330 W/kg)(c.5 lbs/hp). Superkarts can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds with a top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).[8] Their low weight and good downforce make for excellent cornering[9] and braking abilities.[10] A Superkart is capable of braking from 100 mph (160 km/h) to standstill in around 2 seconds, and taking corners at nearly 3 g (30 m/s²).[11]

    At some circuits, Superkarts are the outright lap-record holders,[12] at others they run at around Formula 3 lap times.[citation needed]

    Ben Wilshire British 125 Open class Superkart
    British Superkart Divisions :

    Main article: British Superkart Championship
    Division 1 is open to 250 cc karts with one or two cylinders and five or six speed gearboxes. Typically the karts produce 100 hp and are capable of 160 mph - the fastest form of kart. This formula was previously known as Formula E.
    Division 2 is for single cylinder karts with 5 and 6-speed boxes. Typically these karts produce 65 hp and are capable of 140 mph. However, being lighter than the twin cylinder (Division 1) karts they can be as quick on twisted circuits. This formula was previously known as 250 International. However the main British series is for single cylinder 250 cc karts with 5-speed only, also known as 250 National.
    125 Open - Powered by 125 cc engines and again featuring 6-speed sequential gearboxes, this sprint kart class uses lighter chassis than the 250's.
    125 ICC (KZ) - Powered by similar 6-speed 125 cc engines to the 125 Open class with tighter tuning restrictions, this CIK sprint kart class hosts some of the closest Superkart racing in the UK.

    2007 Australian 250 cc International champion Warren McIlveen (Stockman-Honda)
    Australian Superkart Classes:[13][14]

    Main article: Australian Superkart Championship
    Superkarting in Australia has, since 1989, referred to any form of racing kart to race on full-size motor racing circuits, usually as sanctioned by the Australian ASN, CAMS.

    250 cc International - commonly referred to as twins or inters, these karts are powered by twin cylinder engines and usually have 6-speed sequential gearboxes. Several European and North American chassis are popular in addition to locally developed designs.
    250 cc National - single cylinder class, the 250 National class is powered by 250 cc motocross engines and also feature 6-speed sequential gearboxes.
    125 cc Gearbox - most often powered by 125 cc Honda and Yamaha Grand Prix motorcycle engines equipped with six speed sequential gearboxes, this Superkart class uses mostly the same chassis as the 250 classes. They run at lighter weights than the 250 classes, which makes for close racing with mid-field 250 Nationals at some circuits.

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  • Second Career SuperKarts Championship at Oulton Park T500RS HD

    Superkart is a form of motor racing in which the class is a racing vehicle sized like a kart but with several characteristics more strongly associated with open-wheel racing cars.

    The most obvious difference between a Superkart and any other form of kart is that they have full aerodynamic bodykits and can race on car circuits over 1,500 metres in length. The power unit, most often, but not exclusively two stroke 250 cc engines, can be specially designed kart engines or production motorcycle engines with either five or six-speed sequential gearboxes. Owing to their high top speed and superb cornering ability, a Superkart's aerodynamic bodywork includes a front fairing, larger sidepods, and a rear wing. They use either 5-or-6-inch-diameter (130 or 150 mm) tires and wheels and most often race on full size auto-racing circuits.

    250 cc Superkarts often[quantify] set faster lap times than much more expensive and technically advanced racing machines.[1][2] Some British and Australian classes also include 125 cc gearbox karts.

    Superkarts race on "long circuits"[3] (e.g. Silverstone, Laguna Seca, Magny-Cours). In the UK they also race on "short circuits"[4] (e.g. Kimbolton), "short circuits" are under 1,500 metres in length.[5]

    Superkarts are raced worldwide. There is a multi-event CIK-FIA European Superkart Championship (for 250 cc karts only),[6] and there has in the past been a World Championship, which was last run in 1995.

    Powered by a 2-stroke 250 cc engine producing 62 hp for an overall weight including the driver of 205 kilograms, Superkarts have a power/weight ratio of 440 hp/tonne (330 W/kg)(c.5 lbs/hp). Superkarts can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds with a top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).[8] Their low weight and good downforce make for excellent cornering[9] and braking abilities.[10] A Superkart is capable of braking from 100 mph (160 km/h) to standstill in around 2 seconds, and taking corners at nearly 3 g (30 m/s²).[11]

    At some circuits, Superkarts are the outright lap-record holders,[12] at others they run at around Formula 3 lap times.[citation needed]

    Ben Wilshire British 125 Open class Superkart
    British Superkart Divisions :

    Main article: British Superkart Championship
    Division 1 is open to 250 cc karts with one or two cylinders and five or six speed gearboxes. Typically the karts produce 100 hp and are capable of 160 mph - the fastest form of kart. This formula was previously known as Formula E.
    Division 2 is for single cylinder karts with 5 and 6-speed boxes. Typically these karts produce 65 hp and are capable of 140 mph. However, being lighter than the twin cylinder (Division 1) karts they can be as quick on twisted circuits. This formula was previously known as 250 International. However the main British series is for single cylinder 250 cc karts with 5-speed only, also known as 250 National.
    125 Open - Powered by 125 cc engines and again featuring 6-speed sequential gearboxes, this sprint kart class uses lighter chassis than the 250's.
    125 ICC (KZ) - Powered by similar 6-speed 125 cc engines to the 125 Open class with tighter tuning restrictions, this CIK sprint kart class hosts some of the closest Superkart racing in the UK.

    2007 Australian 250 cc International champion Warren McIlveen (Stockman-Honda)
    Australian Superkart Classes:[13][14]

    Main article: Australian Superkart Championship
    Superkarting in Australia has, since 1989, referred to any form of racing kart to race on full-size motor racing circuits, usually as sanctioned by the Australian ASN, CAMS.

    250 cc International - commonly referred to as twins or inters, these karts are powered by twin cylinder engines and usually have 6-speed sequential gearboxes. Several European and North American chassis are popular in addition to locally developed designs.
    250 cc National - single cylinder class, the 250 National class is powered by 250 cc motocross engines and also feature 6-speed sequential gearboxes.
    125 cc Gearbox - most often powered by 125 cc Honda and Yamaha Grand Prix motorcycle engines equipped with six speed sequential gearboxes, this Superkart class uses mostly the same chassis as the 250 classes. They run at lighter weights than the 250 classes, which makes for close racing with mid-field 250 Nationals at some circuits.

    Ver video "Second Career SuperKarts Championship at Oulton Park T500RS HD"

  • First Race SuperKarts Championship at Oulton Park T500RS HD

    Superkart is a form of motor racing in which the class is a racing vehicle sized like a kart but with several characteristics more strongly associated with open-wheel racing cars.

    The most obvious difference between a Superkart and any other form of kart is that they have full aerodynamic bodykits and can race on car circuits over 1,500 metres in length. The power unit, most often, but not exclusively two stroke 250 cc engines, can be specially designed kart engines or production motorcycle engines with either five or six-speed sequential gearboxes. Owing to their high top speed and superb cornering ability, a Superkart's aerodynamic bodywork includes a front fairing, larger sidepods, and a rear wing. They use either 5-or-6-inch-diameter (130 or 150 mm) tires and wheels and most often race on full size auto-racing circuits.

    250 cc Superkarts often[quantify] set faster lap times than much more expensive and technically advanced racing machines.[1][2] Some British and Australian classes also include 125 cc gearbox karts.

    Superkarts race on "long circuits"[3] (e.g. Silverstone, Laguna Seca, Magny-Cours). In the UK they also race on "short circuits"[4] (e.g. Kimbolton), "short circuits" are under 1,500 metres in length.[5]

    Superkarts are raced worldwide. There is a multi-event CIK-FIA European Superkart Championship (for 250 cc karts only),[6] and there has in the past been a World Championship, which was last run in 1995.

    Powered by a 2-stroke 250 cc engine producing 62 hp for an overall weight including the driver of 205 kilograms, Superkarts have a power/weight ratio of 440 hp/tonne (330 W/kg)(c.5 lbs/hp). Superkarts can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds with a top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).[8] Their low weight and good downforce make for excellent cornering[9] and braking abilities.[10] A Superkart is capable of braking from 100 mph (160 km/h) to standstill in around 2 seconds, and taking corners at nearly 3 g (30 m/s²).[11]

    At some circuits, Superkarts are the outright lap-record holders,[12] at others they run at around Formula 3 lap times.[citation needed]

    Ben Wilshire British 125 Open class Superkart
    British Superkart Divisions :

    Main article: British Superkart Championship
    Division 1 is open to 250 cc karts with one or two cylinders and five or six speed gearboxes. Typically the karts produce 100 hp and are capable of 160 mph - the fastest form of kart. This formula was previously known as Formula E.
    Division 2 is for single cylinder karts with 5 and 6-speed boxes. Typically these karts produce 65 hp and are capable of 140 mph. However, being lighter than the twin cylinder (Division 1) karts they can be as quick on twisted circuits. This formula was previously known as 250 International. However the main British series is for single cylinder 250 cc karts with 5-speed only, also known as 250 National.
    125 Open - Powered by 125 cc engines and again featuring 6-speed sequential gearboxes, this sprint kart class uses lighter chassis than the 250's.
    125 ICC (KZ) - Powered by similar 6-speed 125 cc engines to the 125 Open class with tighter tuning restrictions, this CIK sprint kart class hosts some of the closest Superkart racing in the UK.

    2007 Australian 250 cc International champion Warren McIlveen (Stockman-Honda)
    Australian Superkart Classes:[13][14]

    Main article: Australian Superkart Championship
    Superkarting in Australia has, since 1989, referred to any form of racing kart to race on full-size motor racing circuits, usually as sanctioned by the Australian ASN, CAMS.

    250 cc International - commonly referred to as twins or inters, these karts are powered by twin cylinder engines and usually have 6-speed sequential gearboxes. Several European and North American chassis are popular in addition to locally developed designs.
    250 cc National - single cylinder class, the 250 National class is powered by 250 cc motocross engines and also feature 6-speed sequential gearboxes.
    125 cc Gearbox - most often powered by 125 cc Honda and Yamaha Grand Prix motorcycle engines equipped with six speed sequential gearboxes, this Superkart class uses mostly the same chassis as the 250 classes. They run at lighter weights than the 250 classes, which makes for close racing with mid-field 250 Nationals at some circuits.

    Ver video "First Race SuperKarts Championship at Oulton Park T500RS HD"

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  • Project Cars - Training SuperKarts Championship at Oulton Park T500RS 1080p HD

    Superkart is a form of motor racing in which the class is a racing vehicle sized like a kart but with several characteristics more strongly associated with open-wheel racing cars.

    The most obvious difference between a Superkart and any other form of kart is that they have full aerodynamic bodykits and can race on car circuits over 1,500 metres in length. The power unit, most often, but not exclusively two stroke 250 cc engines, can be specially designed kart engines or production motorcycle engines with either five or six-speed sequential gearboxes. Owing to their high top speed and superb cornering ability, a Superkart's aerodynamic bodywork includes a front fairing, larger sidepods, and a rear wing. They use either 5-or-6-inch-diameter (130 or 150 mm) tires and wheels and most often race on full size auto-racing circuits.

    250 cc Superkarts often[quantify] set faster lap times than much more expensive and technically advanced racing machines.[1][2] Some British and Australian classes also include 125 cc gearbox karts.

    Superkarts race on "long circuits"[3] (e.g. Silverstone, Laguna Seca, Magny-Cours). In the UK they also race on "short circuits"[4] (e.g. Kimbolton), "short circuits" are under 1,500 metres in length.[5]

    Superkarts are raced worldwide. There is a multi-event CIK-FIA European Superkart Championship (for 250 cc karts only),[6] and there has in the past been a World Championship, which was last run in 1995.

    Powered by a 2-stroke 250 cc engine producing 62 hp for an overall weight including the driver of 205 kilograms, Superkarts have a power/weight ratio of 440 hp/tonne (330 W/kg)(c.5 lbs/hp). Superkarts can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds with a top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).[8] Their low weight and good downforce make for excellent cornering[9] and braking abilities.[10] A Superkart is capable of braking from 100 mph (160 km/h) to standstill in around 2 seconds, and taking corners at nearly 3 g (30 m/s²).[11]

    At some circuits, Superkarts are the outright lap-record holders,[12] at others they run at around Formula 3 lap times.[citation needed]

    Ben Wilshire British 125 Open class Superkart
    British Superkart Divisions :

    Main article: British Superkart Championship
    Division 1 is open to 250 cc karts with one or two cylinders and five or six speed gearboxes. Typically the karts produce 100 hp and are capable of 160 mph - the fastest form of kart. This formula was previously known as Formula E.
    Division 2 is for single cylinder karts with 5 and 6-speed boxes. Typically these karts produce 65 hp and are capable of 140 mph. However, being lighter than the twin cylinder (Division 1) karts they can be as quick on twisted circuits. This formula was previously known as 250 International. However the main British series is for single cylinder 250 cc karts with 5-speed only, also known as 250 National.
    125 Open - Powered by 125 cc engines and again featuring 6-speed sequential gearboxes, this sprint kart class uses lighter chassis than the 250's.
    125 ICC (KZ) - Powered by similar 6-speed 125 cc engines to the 125 Open class with tighter tuning restrictions, this CIK sprint kart class hosts some of the closest Superkart racing in the UK.

    2007 Australian 250 cc International champion Warren McIlveen (Stockman-Honda)
    Australian Superkart Classes:[13][14]

    Main article: Australian Superkart Championship
    Superkarting in Australia has, since 1989, referred to any form of racing kart to race on full-size motor racing circuits, usually as sanctioned by the Australian ASN, CAMS.

    250 cc International - commonly referred to as twins or inters, these karts are powered by twin cylinder engines and usually have 6-speed sequential gearboxes. Several European and North American chassis are popular in addition to locally developed designs.
    250 cc National - single cylinder class, the 250 National class is powered by 250 cc motocross engines and also feature 6-speed sequential gearboxes.
    125 cc Gearbox - most often powered by 125 cc Honda and Yamaha Grand Prix motorcycle engines equipped with six speed sequential gearboxes, this Superkart class uses mostly the same chassis as the 250 classes. They run at lighter weights than the 250 classes, which makes for close racing with mid-field 250 Nationals at some circuits.

    Ver video "Project Cars - Training SuperKarts Championship at Oulton Park T500RS 1080p HD"

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