Bonneville Streamliner # 667
“Fuel Class” allows any fuel(s) you wish
including: Nitrous Oxide, Nitromethane, Gasoline, Methanol, Ethanol,
Hydrazine, NitroPropane, Toluene, etc.
Drivetrain: Two Suzuki GSXR 1000 cc Motorcycle Engines
and Transmissions. Shifted by a Dual Air Shifter System. Stock Suzuki
Engine Computer management. Stock Suzuki Instrument Clusters in the
cockpit. Chain drive with adjustable chain tension.
Body: Hand laid fiberglass composite construction. Custom molded, highly refined shape optimized for Minimum Aerodynamic Drag. Weighs about 200 Lbs.
Safety Equipment: Three Separate fire systems. 10
Lbs of pressurized FireFox for the cockpit, & 5 Lbs. of pressurized
ColdFire for each engine bay. Driver wears an SFI-15 rated fire suit,
Nomex hood, gloves, boots, and a Snell 2005 full face Helmet. Two separate
Parachute Braking Systems. Crow brand Seven Point Seat Belt System.
Data Acquisition System: Edelbrock QwikData 32 Channel System. Recording: 8 Exhaust Gas Temperatures, Ride Height front and rear, Speed, Coolant Temperature, Fuel Pressure, Engine RPM’s, Throttle Position, 2 Accelerometers record “G Load” for both acceleration and cornering, Drive Chain Temperature, and Air Scoop Ram Air Pressures.
Statistics: Weight 2000 Lbs ready to run w/driver.
Length 23' Width 32” Height 36”.
This is a completely homebrewed/homebuilt racer.
Total services purchased during construction
were less than $300.00 and included Precision Rollcage Tube Bending
Firecracker---More Bang for the Buck!!!