Monday, May 29, 2017

New Tractor Pulling event and workshop pics by Kevin

Workshop visit Kaiser Performance 22.5.2017:
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Holzheim (D) 2017 Sunday:
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Stroe (NL) 2017:
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Füchtorf (D) 2017 Sunday:
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Füchtorf (D) 2017 Saturday:
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Green Monster Workshop 28.4.2017:
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Workshop visit Kaiser Performance 21.4.2017:
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DTTO Volkmarst (D) 2017 Saturday:

DTTO Volkmarst (D) 2017 Sunday:

NTTO GN Loerbeek (NL) 2017:

NTTO FS Erichem (NL) 2017:

NTPA Sugarcreek, OH (USA) 2017:


Eurol Bandit Loerbeek 2017

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Sunday, May 28, 2017

Photos Volkmarst 2017 | by Jan Lo --janwerners Pulling-Bilder--





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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

ProStocks @ Lidköping

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This Week !

The new Toplenzen Lambada 10

From Zwolle in the Netherlands, the Lambada Pulling Team around Gert and Wim Dingerink have built a completely new 950kg Mini Rod Tractor during the last winter. The new Mini received a new 25CrMo4 tube frame with a homemade Rollcage, a homemade steering and a Vreeman Special Products rearend.
The new homemade fenders on the Tractor are made from carbon fiber.
The center of gravity on the new Chassis is more forward than on the privious Lambada Minis. The Dutch Team hopes to get a better balance in the future with those changes. The new Lambada 10 chassis is a further developed chassis of the Hella Lambada 9 Mini Mod. The chassis received some changes and improvements compared to the old Lambada chassis.
Bennie Vreeman of Vreeman Special Products have built the new Ford 9" inch planetaries rear axle. The rear axle has a billet aluminium center section with a billet aluminium differential, a special built ring and pinion gear, Willwood brakes and CNC milled planetaries carrier housing with special made planetaries. The new Vreeman rearend is much lighter than the old one. With the old rearends in the privious Minis, they had several problems in the past and hopes to have less problems with the new Vreeman rear axle in the future. If the Tractor has enough horsepower you also need a set of good tyres. The Team from Zwolle purchased a set of new Real Wheel aluminium rims with new Pioneer Giant Puller tyres from CM Pulling Tires in the USA. The new Mini Modified also got a Vreeman Special Products transmission with a Vreeman driveline, a Browell clutch bell housing and a 8'' inch Molinari centrifugal clutch with 3 discs.
The new Toplenzen Lambada 10 will powered by an BAE V8 Hemi engine on methanol. The engine has a BAE aluminuim billet block with BAE Alcohol cylinderheads, Dan Olson Racing exhaust headers, a billet Winberg crank with aluminuim billet rods and Sassy Racing pistons, a Sassy Racing fuel system, a Mike Janis supercharger with a Mike Janis aluminium injector, a Moroso methanol fuel tank, a Moroso oil tank for the dry sump lubrication, a MSD Pro Mag 44 ignition and a Racepak data logger.
The Lambada Pulling Team will compete with their new Toplenzen Lambada 10 Mini Modified in the Dutch Grand National Championship and in the Euro Cup this year.

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Two brothers side by side: Hella Lambada 9 and the new Toplenzen Lambada 10

The new Red Thunder is ready

After 2 years of planning and building, the new RR Griffon powered Modified called ,,Red Thunder" of the Centurie Pulling Team from Odder in Denmark is ready. The new Mod received a new homemade Domex wedge frame with a homemade Rollcage (ROP), a homemade hydraulic steering, homemade aluminium fenders and a selfmade sheet metal rear axle housing.
The rear axle of the new vehicle has a modified Scania center section with a revised ZF differential, a ZF ring and pinion gear, homemade brakes and brake discs and billet aluminium planetaries carrier housing from Ulrich Kropp (Century Fox) in Nottuln, Germany with special made ZF planetaries. The rear Firestone Puller 2000 HP tyres with the Midwest aluminium rims come from the old Red Thunder Mod Tractor.
The Tractor also got a SCS reverser, a new homemade Crossbox with special made gears and new homemade drivelines. The aluminium housing for the new crossbox was CNC milled by Per Grøn from PG Industri in Denmark. Both engines have a Crower centrifugal clutch with 3 discs and a Browell aluminium clutch bellhousing.
The new Red Thunder is powered by 2 Rolls Royce Griffon V12 MK58 engines on petrol fuel.
Every power plant has a RR Griffon stock engine block with stock sleeves and revised stock cylinderheads, original steel camshafts, a original RR Griffon crankshaft with stock con rods and pistons, a original supercharger with a stock intake manifold and homemade exhaust pipes and a stock ignition. The tank on the front end of the frame is for the fuel of the RR engines. The Danish Team also have the plan to building up a blown Rover Meteor V12 tank engine as 3rd power plant for the 4.2t / 9560lbs. Heavy Mod class for 2018.
The Centurie Pulling Team will compete with their new Red Thunder in the Danish Championship (3.5t/7700lbs. Modified class and 4.2t/9260lbs. Heavy Modified class) this year.

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The crossbox with the drop box for the Rover Meteor V12 tank engine

New Mini Rod Team in Sweden

 The Pink Power Pulling Team around Willner Andersson and Jesper Bengtsson from Vellinge in Sweden have built a new 950kg Mini Modified Tractor during the last winter. After many years in Compact Diesel and 2.5t Light Mod (Smoking Eagle) Pulling, the Swedish Team has decided in the end of 2016 to make the switch into the Mini Modified class for 2017. The Tractor got a new homemade Docol tube frame with an homemade Docol Rollcage (ROP), a homemade rear axle housing, a self built steering and new homemade plastic fenders. The new ride have a Ford 9" inch rear axle with a Vreeman Special Products aluminium differential, a homemade aluminium center section, a special made ring and pinion gear and homemade aluminium planetaries carrier housing with Case 1390 hub reductions. The new Pink Power also get a homemade driveline with a Lenco reverser, a new 11" inch Crower centrifugal clutch with 2 discs and a Crower clutch bell housing. Willner and Jesper bought a set of new Real Wheel aluminium rims with Pioneer Giant Puller tyres from the USA for their new Mini.
The new Mini Rod is powered by a Keith Black Oldsmobile V8 engine on methanol fuel.
The young Team have purchased the engine by the Cougar Pulling Team in Sweden. The engine has a Keith Black Oldmobile block with Big Brodix heads, a 14-71 Littlefield Hi Helix supercharger with a aluminuim scoop, a billet crankshaft with billet aluminium pistons and rods, a homemade fuel tank and a Mallory Mag 3 ignition.
The Pink Power Pulling Team will compete in the Swedish Championship this year.