BOOSTING Our Honda V6 Powered Sand Rail!

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40 thoughts on “BOOSTING Our Honda V6 Powered Sand Rail!

  1. You guys didn't happen to make a schematic of the wiring harness to run the J series?
    And you did mention about the tunable ECU, what went in to get that all running?
    Thanks.

  2. Looks almost just like a factory Accord or Odyssey flywheel cover, I'm honestly really surprised you Honda guy's didn't know about those two bolts, I guess you guys are just used too the 4cyl Honda's lmao πŸ˜† Love your channel keep up the great content!

  3. Theoretically, you could get a built sequential Subaru trans, like the one in Hondaru, remove the center diff and lock the shafts for "FWD" mode, and put that in Razzle to hold more power on a built J.

  4. yo awesome Milwaukee permanent maker they're better than sharpies last longer do you have other tools from them personally most of my garage is Milwaukee and the rest is snap on

  5. I love you and your channel (def can't forget about Emilio, for sure him too) but clean up your cars a little more man! :] hahaha. cant wait to see this thing pull the wheels #Moontune2

  6. I wish Kyle would reply to some of the comments when he posts a video. I watch 99% of his videos, but refuse to subscribe because he doesnt respond to any comments…

  7. That rusty back housing looked gooood man, fits the off-road style of razzle dazzle but the new one looks even better πŸ‘Œ she really dazzles now

  8. How does a turbo spoil fast enough for a sand rail??? Seems like you are on then off then on again plus sand contamination where a screen won’t help the turbo???

  9. I want to see the stream of sand running into that turbo when you launch it at the dunes.Β 
    Could you film it in SloMo? It's gonna be short, but it's gonna be epic!

  10. Kyle, next time you got to put a bung in an oil pan, and it's going to be that difficult… Maybe think about this, I never knew they existed, till I saw YouTube video couple weeks ago, this link is a bung that you typically use for a fuel system gas tank return line that you don't have to weld, I don't see why you couldn't use it for an oil return as well. $25 but it would be easy breezy save you that big headache. Here's the Ebay link…
    https://www.ebay.com/p/3012174832?iid=283606473313&chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-117182-37290-0&mkcid=2&itemid=283606473313&targetid=935083617067&device=m&mktype=&googleloc=9021900&poi=&campaignid=10877432047&mkgroupid=112821775411&rlsatarget=pla-935083617067&abcId=9300402&merchantid=101675136&gclid=CjwKCAjwkJj6BRA-EiwA0ZVPVt4BVGUjbV-XfGjld2S8XFoGFnsesUZFE7yLoXyfsSY4aQ-oAaEHlBoCTlsQAvD_BwE

  11. Cheese and Rice Boizs, how in blue hell could you not freaking know that there were two bolts on the front of the oil pan? There is a very simple rule that oil pan bolts are spaced equally around the flange of the pan. This is a classic case of AUWTDA ( Ate Up With The Dumb Ass). Well at least you didn't keep prying on it until you broke the pan or block. Ball busting aside I can't wait to hear/see it run. If I was you I would pipe up a intake pipe to get it away from the spay of sand off the tires

  12. I go to Glamis every season your going to be stuck it only takes one trip it changes you make sure you put some skat trak paddles on it those are the best in Glamis

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