Guy puts powerful motorcycle engine into ancient USSR vehicle

VitalyrazPublished: November 8, 2016814,410 views
Published: November 8, 2016

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you took the engine from a powerful motorcycle and placed in into a very old vehicle from USSR times? THIS!!!

A bunch of guys in Russia took on a very ambitious feat. They removed the engine from a Honda CB 1100 and placed in into the chassis on a S3D cycle car.

The S-3D model was produced between 1970 and 1998 and is quite heavy, because of the all steel body. They u were called “invalidka” or “motor wheelchairs”, because they were leased via the social care system to disabled people and could be renewed ever 5 years. The car is quite tiny, 102.4 inches in length, but rather heavy, measuring upwards of 500 kilos.

Not all of the "invalidkas" were scrapped, because some of their disabled lessees managed to register them as their private property. However, nowadays they are rare, and earlier models are exceptionally rare and became a collector's item.

This bunch managed to get their hands on a nice teal sample and made Frankenstein's monster out of it! The 1140cc air-cooled inline four-cylinder engine of the Honda makes the tiny heavy car fly like it is made out of tin! Whoa!

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