Exclusive Automotive - Automotive/ Super Car Pictures and Videos: February 2007

28 February 2007

Quite possibly one of the worst cars ever after dodgey modifications

What you are looking at is some ones attempt to modify a car,

the paint job would make willey wonker envious,
the wings look like something out a space movie,
the rims well look liek junk
the car as a whole is just worthless it needs to be destroyed, why woudl you even drive it

Zomg! Super Crazy Bov For Na Cars! FAKE BLOW OFF VALVES



Once the accelerator is stepped off, the NA Blow Off Valve will generate a sound like a turbocharged vehicle's blow off valve. The sound from the NA Blow Off Valve can be adjusted to be the same as a turbo blow off valve. The NA Blow Off Valve sounds like a real blow off valve in turbo applications. You will not be able to tell the difference on the sound generated between the NA Blow Off Valve & the turbo blow off valve. The sound generated is conspicuous, and will not make one have a second look to ensure if it is genuine.

1. 2 types of timbre are available for selection.
2. Built-in amplifier ensures adequate 10W increases.
3. 3 wiring points ensure simple installation
4. For most Japanese car models. However, flap system and Kalman system might have air flow issues.
5. NA Blow Off Sound Genarator, Sound Speaker and Installation & Instruction manuals are included tis kit.



Optional Parts
High Power 20W Amplifier Amplifier with higher output can be requested. Volume adjustment can be incorporated into the amplifier
Pressure sensor For installation on vehicles with the flap type air flow and Kalman type air flow, etc. (applicable to diesel & taxi vehicles).
FAQ corner

Q: Can the timbre sound be changed?
A: The timbre sound can be changed by reprogramming the ROM data before shipped to the customer or in an exchange exercise. For example, if the timbre sound is not satisfactorily after purchase, the unit can be send back to be reprogrammed to the timbre data that you have or you prefer. Please note that inorder to change the timbre, it costs an additional 5000 Yen before shipping out the product.

Q: How easy is the wiring installation of the product?
A: The product has 3 wires. One from the 12V power source, another 1 wire from the ground, and 1 wire to the pressure sensor, depending on whether it is an air flow or voltage sensor. Connection diagram for various car models are included to ensure a simple installation

Q: At what stage when the accelerator is lifted off thatthe sound would be generated?
A: On a genuine turbo blow off valve, sound generation occurs when the accelerator is suddenly lifted off. For example, rapid gear shifting during hard acceleration. Also, when driving on a track or circuit, the accelerator is being stepped on & off many times which tends to generates more sound compared to driving in the city at half throttle where no sound would be generated. The NA Blow Off Valve can be adjusted to each driver's driving style on when the sound would be generated

Q: Can the sound volume generated from the loudspeaker be adjusted? Is there a volume control attached? When the sound generated is not loud enough, can the volume be increased?
A: Volume adjustment is not possible from the small sized amplifier. However, it is possible to increase the volume by changing the small amplifiier to a bigger amplifier for a separate cost of 10800 Yen.

Q: Where is the best place to install the loudspeaker?
A:The loudspeaker is best placed in a position where it is away from heat, mud, water & etc. It has been proven that high heat environment in the engine compartment would deteriorate the part's performance. During loudspeaker installation, the bugle side should face downwards facing the road surface. This method of bugle installation will ensure a very good sound echo. If the bugle is installed near the front grille, or parallel to the road surface, the sound generated will diminished by the incoming wind, and the volume would not be loud.

Q: How is the sound compared to a real blow off valve? To what extent does the sound from the NA Blow Off Valve when compared to the real blow off valve?
A:On a real blow off valve, the sound generated from air exiting very quickly. The NA Blow Off Valve is able to imitate very closely by generating a similar sound. On the real blow off, the sound is generated when boost pressure varies with the accelerator changes. Thus, the sound changes depending on the valve opening. As for the NA Blow Off Valve, the sound is generated from a loudspeaker by playing with the frequency of the sound. The sound is acheived differently. It is very difficult to distinguish between a real one & the NA Blow Off Valve. It is very close to the real blow off valve.

Q: Is it applicable to AT step wagons?
A:The NA Blow Off Valve is applicable to both AT & MT step wagons depending on the engine's ECU. It cannot be installed on caburetor-equipped cars. In addition, it cannot use flap type air flow and the Kalman type air flow pressure sensor . Please inquire for further details.

Q: After purchasing and tested the unit, and if not satisfied with the sound, can the product be returned for a refund?
A: The unit can be possibly returned if it is proven to be damaged during shipping, or the product does not function totally upon correct installation. Please confirm the sound during demo before purchase.

Q: Is there a warranty?
A: a basic 3-month warranty is included. There is no warranty as a result of wrong installation. When the product is sent in for repairs within the warranty period, the serial code, the warranty card, & the proof of purchase must be made available.

27 February 2007

Saudi's skating on the road whilst driving fast in their sandals stupid idiots.

Saudi's skating on the road whilst driving fast in their sandals stupid idiots.

Honda F1 Racing unveil new Look for 2007

Honda leads Formula One’s green revolution

The Honda Racing F1 Team today unveiled a radical new approach to Formula One.

Launched at the Earth Gallery in London’s Natural History Museum, Honda’s 2007 challenger, the RA107, will feature no commercial logos at all, replacing them with a giant image of the Earth. It is an approach that is certain to rewrite the rule book in terms of sponsorship and communication, while drawing attention to one of the greatest challenges facing the world – climate change and environmental responsibility.

Honda has always been a pioneer – a forward-thinking company that has never shied away either from technical challenges or from its corporate responsibilities. And now Honda will showcase these two core philosophies in the 2007 FIA Formula One World Championship.

There are few platforms as effective at communicating with a global audience as that offered by Formula One.

“F1 is a hugely powerful communication device with audience and global reach only behind that of periodic sporting events such as the Olympics and the World Cup,” says Nick Fry, Chief Executive Officer of Honda Racing F1 Team. “We believe that F1 with its huge global profile and cutting edge technology can play an important role in not only highlighting the issues but also playing our part in developing solutions.”

Honda will harness this power to raise awareness of climate change among the 150+ million viewers of each race, taking place every two weeks. Indeed, such is the reach of the sport around the world, that it is estimated that if just 1% of F1 viewers turned their computer off at the plug overnight, this would save 45,000 tonnes of CO2., more than three and a half times the annual carbon emissions of the entire Honda Racing F1 Team.

Motor sport’s governing body, the FIA, has already announced its desire to see F1 play a major role in the development of new energy-saving technologies and this bold initiative by the Honda Racing F1 Team is by far the clearest endorsement of the FIA’s progressive strategy.

“Climate change is probably the single biggest issue facing the global community and F1 is not immune from it,” continues Fry. “The FIA recognises the opportunity for F1 not only to raise awareness, but also to showcase innovative technologies for the benefit of society for the long term. For example, by 2009, devices for energy recovery will be in place on the cars.”

It is entirely appropriate that it should be Honda taking the lead with this ground-breaking approach and the credibility is all the stronger coming as it does from a company that has always made great efforts to contribute to the preservation of the environment in all aspects of its corporate activity.

While many have only recently started responding to growing concerns regarding environmental issues, Honda has always striven to minimise its impact on the environment. Indeed, running alongside his desire to test his products at the forefront of international competition, conservation was also one of the core values laid down by company founder Soichiro Honda who never stopped emphasising a deep-seated desire for his organisation to embrace what has now been termed ‘social responsibility’.

As early as 1964, Mr Honda dictated that his company would manufacture only four-stroke marine engines. Though more expensive to produce, four-strokes are around 90 per cent cleaner, 50 per cent more fuel-efficient and far quieter than typical two-stroke outboard motors. Even more importantly, four-stroke motors don’t discharge oil directly into the water.

"Because water raises the rice, and fishes live in the water, I don’t want to contaminate it,” explained the visionary Mr Honda.

It’s a philosophy he embedded into the company and, as a result, Honda has always striven to be a company that manufactures products with the highest environmental performance, at manufacturing plants with the lowest environmental impact. Over the ages this mantra has manifested itself in virtually everything that Honda has achieved and it’s this long-running history of environmental commitment that gives true credibility to the radical strategy being forged by the Honda Racing F1 Team.

In 1972 Honda introduced the first engine to meet the statutory Clean Air Act in the US and four years later it started a giant forestation programme by planting 250,000 trees around its factories. During the next decade Honda set up a research team to investigate improving fuel economy, which led to the creation of its celebrated VTEC engine technology combining higher power with reduced energy consumption at lower revs. In the 1990s, Honda was at the forefront of full-scale recovery and recycling programmes within the automotive industry and also established a series of new world records with its innovative solar-powered vehicle. By 1999, the Honda Insight was the first hybrid car to be available in both the USA and Europe and Honda is currently leading the way in the development of a new generation of hydrogen fuel cell cars, which emit only water, while its Civic GX was recently recognised by the Environmental Protection Agency as the cleanest internal combustion vehicle on the planet.

Honda has never stopped championing the benefits of mobility in supporting social systems and providing transportation, pleasure and comfort to people around the world. And just as it has always risen to competitive challenges on the race track, it has also risen to the environmental challenges produced by the use of its vehicles. Indeed, Honda engineers that are today being trained at the cutting-edge of F1 may in the future be using their skills and experience to design and develop environmentally-friendly sources of energy. To illustrate this direct linkage, Takeo Kiuchi whose expertise was key factor in the world championship successes of both Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna, was the project leader for development of Honda’s first hybrid power system and is now leading Honda’s research into alternative engine technology.

The Formula One team itself has already started to investigate ways to make a difference in-house at its factory in Brackley with a stated desire to work towards becoming a carbon positive organisation. A raft of new initiatives have been introduced following an environmental audit by Carbon Sense, a leading climate change and carbon emission consultancy.

“It’s amazing what you can achieve with just a little effort,” reported CEO Nick Fry, “By encouraging employees to turn off computers and lights at the end of the day, we’ve cut our weekly energy usage by six per cent. We are now looking into car share schemes and the possibility of having solar panels fitted to the roofs of the team’s motorhomes at the races.”

Of course, the primary objective for the Honda Racing F1 Team remains unchanged – winning races and world championships. But as the cars’ livery stimulates interest and debate around the world, so the team’s personality will begin to change and the roster of team partners will inevitably reflect this repositioning.

Honda Racing F1 Team has taken a massive step out on its own by removing all the commercial logos from its latest grand prix contender. Instead of being a 200mph billboard for advertisers, the aerodynamic shell of the two Honda RA107s being raced this season by Rubens Barrichello and Jenson Button, will be adorned with a huge image of the Earth.

Whereas the traditional model of Formula One has offered on-car exposure in a straight return for sponsorship revenue, the Honda F1 Racing Team is revolutionising motor sport by removing all branding and adopting a licensing model with its partners who will be able to use it as a strong and evocative marketing tool.

“We believe that the initiative we launched today is not only a powerful call to action for the public but also an opportunity to partner with other like minded corporations,” says Fry. “It is clear that tackling the environmental challenge is a major issue in every Board Room from London to Tokyo, from Paris to New York and from Shanghai to Bahrain.”

Honda is rewriting the rule book and reinforcing its already industry-leading environmental credentials. It’s possibly the biggest shake-up the sport has ever seen.

Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 on Top Gear video

Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 on top gear a great video of the bosy from top gear testing the new lp640, it talks about how its been re made.

deffiantly check it out.

SOHC Non-VTEC Drag Car

For any of us that follow sport compact drag racing, the name Bisi should be familiar to everyone. For those aren’t so aware, let us take a moment to enlighten everyone. You see, in the world of All Motor Hondas, DOHC VTEC motors pretty much dominate. Usher in the new age of K-series swaps and it’s inevitable that 9 out of 10 All Motor Hondas are running a DOHC VTEC (or i-VTEC) powerplant. Racing since 1993, Bisi Ezerioha, the brains behind Bisimoto Engineering, wanted to prove that the SOHC Honda powerplants were just as formidable on the track. On top of that, Bisi pressed on that non-VTEC SOHC motors could be a force to be reckoned with. Surprised? Well let’s see what Bisi and his team has established in the past.

In 2003, the Team 400m CRX served as a test bed for a majority of Bisimoto’s products. Utilizing a naturally aspirated SOHC Honda engine, this CRX claimed many records as well as the 2003 IDRC All Motor Class Championship. In 2004, the CRX surprised even more enthusiasts when it dipped in the low 10s and ultimately running a 9.81 second pass. It was a fan favorite for everyone out there, and seeing it perform on the track was a great sight.

In 2005 however, Bisimoto and Team 400m announced a new chassis. “Stitch” as it was named, Bisimoto intended to rewrite the record books with a Unibody utilizing improved science and rigorous analysis rather than going with what everyone else had done previously. It has currently run a record time of 9.67 at a sanctioned event and has gone 145.28mph, all on gasoline. Bisi also told us that for 2007 they plan on experimenting with cam designs, experimental headwork, ethanol, an air ram box and more Toyo slick compounds to further improve those times.

Their 2006 Honda Insight chassis has been extremely successful already. Having witnessed it in action at the 2006 NHRA Sport Compact Finals in Pomona, I must honestly admit that this Insight is a fresh breathe of air in the All Motor world. The best thing that Bisi’s Insight stands for however is that not everyone should do what everyone else is doing. Sometimes it pays off to think outside the box and try something new. Their Insight is living proof that anything can be achieved with a million ideas, not a million bucks. Bisimoto currently holds et and mph records in two of the four major sport compact sanctioning bodies and are going to be launching an array of new products. Make sure to check out their new apparel line at their website: www.bisimoto.com

F22A or F18A Non-VTEC engine built and tuned by Bisimoto Engineering, headwork by Portflow.com, Evolution Industries Heat Shielding intake gasket, Bisimoto Spec Web Camshafts, Bisimoto Spec Arias 17:1 compression pistons, KibbleWhite black diamond stainless steel valves, Bisimoto valve springs and titanium retainers, Webcam custom rocker assembly, Bisimoto exhaust rocker spacers, Bisimoto “no-slip” cam gear, Redline Weber 55mm dco/sp carburetors with 48mm venturis, Bisimoto custom intake manifold, MSD programmable digital 7, Howard Aluminum Rods, Darton MID sleeves in Golden Eagle 90mm machined block, Golden Eagle modified factory head gasket, Lopez crankshafts knife-edging and offset grinding, Bisimoto H/F2D adapter plate system, Rockett Brand 118 race fuel, Bisimoto custom header with Burns dyno-sys merge collector, Torco SR-5 5w-30 engine oil, MTF-L trans fluid, Houseman Autosport synchro to dog engagement conversion transmission with factory Honda 1-4 gears, houseman 5.0:1 final drive, Action 3 puck clutch with dual diaphragm pressure plate, NGK Iridium racing spark plugs, Bonaco AN fittings and lines, Barnes dry sump pump, Moroso dry sump pan, Evolution Industries 500hp axles, Innovate Motorsports datalogging system: LM-1, DL-32, XD-1

Progress Group full drag suspension

Wheels / Tires:
Spinwerkes Aluminum Racing wheels (15x8 front, 17x2.5 rear), Toyo Tires DRR1 drag slicks 28x9x15-inch

FastBrakes drag braking system with single piston Wilwood calipers

Autometer C2 gauges

World's Fastest -
Fastest All-motor SOHC
Fastest full Unibodied FWD
Fastest ET for a car running gasoline

26 February 2007

Honda Racing F1 Team RA107

The Honda Racing F1 Team in 2007 is going into its second season under full Honda Motor Company ownership which aims to build on the successes of the end of 2006.
Continuing the nomenclature of Honda’s previous F1 cars which have done quite well, the 2007 chassis adopts the name RA107 and is the first car to be built by the team since its new, full-scale wind tunnel became operational. The famous RA designation dates right back to the dawn of Honda’s bid for grand prix glory during the early 1960s. The company’s original F1 prototype that began testing in December 1963 was type-number RA270 and it was fitted with an experimental RA270E 60-degree, 1.5-litre V12 engine. By the time Honda made its race debut at the fearsome Nürburgring in August 1964, the early prototype had been superseded by the RA271. Honda’s first grand prix win came with RA272 at Mexico at the end of the following season.

The new V8 powerplant, the RA807E, also takes on the evocative RA prefix, which continued through 1983-1992 during Honda’s second generation of F1 participation.

Driven by the same challenging spirit that took Honda into F1 for the first time in 1964, and buoyed by its first win as constructor since 1967 at the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix, the 2007 team is firmly focused on moving closer to realising its dream of claiming the Constructors’ and Drivers’ World Championship crowns.

Also The official livery for the RA107 is of planet earth and no sponsorship. Looks like Honda cares about the environment... by racing cars!! lol

Interesting if not unusual ...

they see me rollin they hatin funny image

MySpace Comments Graphics

25 February 2007

Honda NSX to Ferrari F50 tranformation

this is one crazy Honda NSX to Ferrari F50 tranformation done by a japanese workshop, they have gone to massive detail to change this honda super car intoa immitation itallion stallion, here are some pictures.

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24 February 2007

Some great 3rd gen honda prelude

CARs- Honda Prelude SI: engine B20A9, camshaft B20A7, EGR out, ALB out, gear box B20A3, light flywhell, CAI pipercross filter, SMT6i by perfectpower, suspension Vogtland, racing seats Recaro.