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Offline Anti-Johnny

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Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« on: February 15, 2011, 09:15:26 pm »
People like me that can read but have no mechanical knowledge, and even people that are good with a wrench, would benefit from Youtube videos on just about anything.

So I'd like to encourage you guys to setup your camera on a cheap tripod or a stack of books and start making some short videos on whatever project youre working on. Its okay if they dont look professional as long as we can see what youre doing. It doesnt matter how insignificant it might be to you, chances are it will help a newbie out.

This is a link for making a how to video. Anything you make doesnt need to be this complex, but its a good guide. I could probably help with editing a video, but its really not that hard. Just make sure you have a clear line of sight and explain what youre doing as you do it.

http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-make-a-how-to-film

and of course if you find videos that are SOHC specific or can be applied to these old ladies, post them here or in there corresponding section.
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Offline rklystron

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Re: Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2011, 08:34:26 am »
Thought I would kick it off with a small video on HD studs, crankshaft, clutch basket stacking and cam and drive chain pre-installation prep. About 2 min in length.
CB750 K2 Engine Build 1a
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1975 CB750 DRAG BIKE
1977 Custom Built CB750 Sturgis Bike (GL front end).
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Re: Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2011, 09:47:58 am »
Very Nice! I look forward to more!
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Offline rklystron

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Re: Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« Reply #3 on: April 15, 2011, 08:56:16 am »
Thanks. I appreciate the comment. Decided to put up another. This video is posted elsewhere on the forum but this seems like a fitting place as well. This video is of my 1977 CB750 F2 rebuild. This bike was a real POS when I got it. Looks pretty good and runs like a champ now 3 years later after I got it. Hope you enjoy it.

1977 Honda CB750 F2 Rebuild
1970 CB750 K0 (Bought in 73)
1972 XL250 (Bought new in 72)
1973 ST90 (Free)
1975 XL250 (Free)
1975 Rickman CR750
1982 CBX1000 Pro-link
1975 CB750 DRAG BIKE
1977 Custom Built CB750 Sturgis Bike (GL front end).
1977 CB750 F2 (Big Resto)
1977 CB750A (Auction Buy)
1978 CB750 K8 (My San Francisco ride)
1984 VFR750 (Bought New)

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Re: Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« Reply #4 on: April 21, 2011, 06:36:54 pm »
Shift linkage and drum stopper Installation. CB750 K2
Gear Shift/Drum Stopper.mov
1970 CB750 K0 (Bought in 73)
1972 XL250 (Bought new in 72)
1973 ST90 (Free)
1975 XL250 (Free)
1975 Rickman CR750
1982 CBX1000 Pro-link
1975 CB750 DRAG BIKE
1977 Custom Built CB750 Sturgis Bike (GL front end).
1977 CB750 F2 (Big Resto)
1977 CB750A (Auction Buy)
1978 CB750 K8 (My San Francisco ride)
1984 VFR750 (Bought New)

Offline rklystron

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Re: Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« Reply #5 on: April 26, 2011, 08:38:29 am »
Damn...Someone else should be posting here. Anyway here is a small video of a CB750 F2 going through a heat cycle shot in Infrared. I thought it interesting, perhaps you will too. CB750 Infrared
1970 CB750 K0 (Bought in 73)
1972 XL250 (Bought new in 72)
1973 ST90 (Free)
1975 XL250 (Free)
1975 Rickman CR750
1982 CBX1000 Pro-link
1975 CB750 DRAG BIKE
1977 Custom Built CB750 Sturgis Bike (GL front end).
1977 CB750 F2 (Big Resto)
1977 CB750A (Auction Buy)
1978 CB750 K8 (My San Francisco ride)
1984 VFR750 (Bought New)

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Re: Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« Reply #6 on: April 26, 2011, 09:44:35 am »
Hey man. Keep up the good work, I think most people probably dont have the skills and are afraid to give it a shot. my engine swap this weekend will be recorded. If it isnt a complete fiasco it will be up here eventually.
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Re: Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« Reply #7 on: April 26, 2011, 09:56:58 am »
Rklystron

I just watched the first vid that you posted and no matter how many times I try, I just can’t assemble an engine that fast. You’re a star man!  ;D

Great editing too.

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Re: Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« Reply #8 on: April 26, 2011, 12:53:00 pm »
Thanks guys. I appreciate the comments. Johnny, I am sure everything will go well. That's the magic in editing. Look at Jimmy for an example, he thinks I am a star even though the truth is I am a goofball. I am sure you will do fine on your engine swap and I can't wait to see your video! ROCK-ON!
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1970 CB750 K0 (Bought in 73)
1972 XL250 (Bought new in 72)
1973 ST90 (Free)
1975 XL250 (Free)
1975 Rickman CR750
1982 CBX1000 Pro-link
1975 CB750 DRAG BIKE
1977 Custom Built CB750 Sturgis Bike (GL front end).
1977 CB750 F2 (Big Resto)
1977 CB750A (Auction Buy)
1978 CB750 K8 (My San Francisco ride)
1984 VFR750 (Bought New)

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Re: Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« Reply #9 on: September 01, 2011, 07:36:47 pm »
I need your skills in my garage!! ;D

Offline rklystron

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Re: Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« Reply #10 on: September 06, 2011, 12:06:37 pm »
Looks to me like you are doing quite well in your build. I think I need your skills in mine. Great build thread! Keep up the good work.
1970 CB750 K0 (Bought in 73)
1972 XL250 (Bought new in 72)
1973 ST90 (Free)
1975 XL250 (Free)
1975 Rickman CR750
1982 CBX1000 Pro-link
1975 CB750 DRAG BIKE
1977 Custom Built CB750 Sturgis Bike (GL front end).
1977 CB750 F2 (Big Resto)
1977 CB750A (Auction Buy)
1978 CB750 K8 (My San Francisco ride)
1984 VFR750 (Bought New)

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Re: Looking for Youtube Videos for this Section
« Reply #11 on: February 11, 2012, 03:17:45 pm »
Damn...Someone else should be posting here. Anyway here is a small video of a CB750 F2 going through a heat cycle shot in Infrared. I thought it interesting, perhaps you will too. CB750 Infrared
Thanks,way cool videos.Bill
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