THE Yamaha Vmax projects that have been done.

It went from frame modifications to redesigning the driving capabilities and so on and on.

The engine has been changed from Naturaly Aspirated to nitrous, to turbo. All equiped with a Megasquirt (MSEFI) controller for digital fuel injection.

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The O ring blows out sometime.

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Molten piston.

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Modification on the oil gallery.
The ring relies higher and thus deeper in the seat.

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If you change it all in this way. Your Orange O ring will never pop out anymore.
This is the only best way to solve the problem.

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Cometic steel gasket kit and a DYNA 3000 ignition unit.

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Carrillo and JE piston mounted together.

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Rebuilding the engine...

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Last view of the nice turbo pistons...

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Adjustable blow-off valve.

 

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Wastegate. This one equiped with a 3.6 psi spring. 

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Testing the bodies and measuring to try it fitting on the heads. 

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Intake plenum.

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Welding the plenum together.

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Welded the box together.

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Topview of the plenum on the bike. 

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Airtube fitting. 

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Sideview of the air tube. 

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Right view of the body connection wheels. 

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Shortened the output.

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Manifolds.

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The downpipe and wastegate connection.

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Underside of the engine fits tight.

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Rear part of the pipe.

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Full view of the exhaust pipe. 

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Rear view of the bike with the mufflers mounted. 

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Dynochart 
It shows the actual power boost with and without NOS.

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Pre fitting the top plate and the lockup plate with the arms.
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Filler rings for the clutch housing to make space for the lockup system.
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Modified the clutch pressure plate.
6 bushes to fit 6 coil springs. Also made a plate for the lockup arms to rest on while pressing. Modified the stock pressure plate to fit the bushings.
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Lighter and more accurate shifting. More clutch power than the stock diaphragm spring.
 
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Pressure is noticable at higher revs. Not on cruise speeds.
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Also an air shifter is made. Modified the shift arm on the engine.
Placed a high flow solenoid near the air cylinder which controls the arm on the engine.

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Here the air bottle for the air-shifter with pressure meter.

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A Vmax can handle this power without modifications to add a 50 till 80 HP

 

The foggers mounted on the stock manifolds with the rivets.

Sealed with a 2 component epoxy.

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  Foggers  below the carburators.
Black NOS bottle. Image