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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-08-2013, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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Put My Bike On Youtube

Just thought I would put the bike on youtube cause I get pm's about the add-ons from this forum and another forum I'm on. It's looks shaky on the tube but not here on the card downloading.??

http://youtu.be/RkR9PJtH0GM
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Nice job Chuck.

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Very nice!!
You're proud of your work--and you should be!
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Thanks guys. I am really proud of her. She stands real purtty when beside a new bike.

And a special thank you to Goss Electric for the bonus checks each year. Otherwise she'd been pretty much bone stock.

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looking sharp brother Chuck!! sweet ride!
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Looks great, Chuck.
The video gives me a good look at how the trim looks on the tank and fender.

Good set of mods that made that '02 look fine.

I think the shake is a digital thing, not sure if it's the resolution you shot in, or something else that happens via YT upload. Looked like the signal was trying to synch up at times, nice shootin' too.
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Had to watch it again. Nice tip with the watch, I'll just trim the ears off the old Bulova.

It's the Shelby Vulcan! With the Cobra intake. ... wink wink

Hey did you have to use any adhesive with the fender and tank trim?

BTW< .. thanks for posting about leaving the bevel gear case on for the engine tilt/engine removal. Valuable tip for me.
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I live in the county and at the limits for DSL for the phone company. All we can get is 1.5meg DSL, step above dial up. Down load took over an hour. That was my first youtube upload. It's not shaky watching it on my puter from the SD disc.
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That's one of the sweetest rides I have seen in a LONG time! I LIKE it!!!! Well deserving of the award for excellence.

p.s. What trim did you use on the tank and fender and how applied? I have been thinking of that also, just hadn't seen one with both displayed that way. Looks great!


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I see that trim a lot of places, online at the bike sites and saw it at Orielly's in the store, just wasn't sure either if it gets glued or not. I've seen some that didn't use any glue, it just pressed on, when it got old it was always slipping off.

I think I may have seen some on Walmart's website too.

Slow connection could have done it, I used to have 12k dialup, talk about slow! DSL came to town around 2007.

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