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    If you haven't heard my pitch about my YouTube video yet, I'm making a high quality video of various bike sounds. I'm trying to get my hands on any and every bike I can. Your involvement, if willing, is to park your bike somewhere (even your driveway works fine), start it, give it a few good revs (nothing crazy of course), and that's it. No riding involved, so it's super easy. I will come to your location to record, or you can meet me somewhere if you don't want to record at your house (the bike's surroundings aren't in the video at all really). I want a total of at least 30 bikes for this video, and right now I have about half that.

    Thanks again to all of you who have allowed me to record thus far!

    I prefer aftermarket exhausts, but if it's stock I can definitely still use it.

    I already have: Ninja 300, GSXR-1000, R6, Daytona 675, crossplane R1, non crossplane R1, KTM duke ii, vfr800, RC51, and a few others that are pretty uncommon. So if your bike isn't on that list, I need it!

    In particular, I need: more KTMs (RC8 especially), Ducatis, MV Agusta, Triumph besides the 675, classic bikes, S1000rr, CBR1000rr, 2015 R1 or R1M, Aprilia RSV4

    Feel free to share this post with friends!

    As a thank you, I can take some cool pics of your bike(s) if you want. Here are a couple samples (hope you guys don't mind me using these pics):

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    http://i1346.photobucket.com/albums/...pseuykn9xi.jpg
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    My Ducati 1098 with competition werkes exhaust and RSV4 with Austin GP2R exhaust are willing to help out... The duc is currently a garage queen due to needing a rear tire but it can due short trips around town...

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    PM sent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetstream01 View Post
    If you haven't heard my pitch about my YouTube video yet, I'm making a high quality video of various bike sounds. I'm trying to get my hands on any and every bike I can. Your involvement, if willing, is to park your bike somewhere (even your driveway works fine), start it, give it a few good revs (nothing crazy of course), and that's it. No riding involved, so it's super easy. I will come to your location to record, or you can meet me somewhere if you don't want to record at your house (the bike's surroundings aren't in the video at all really). I want a total of at least 30 bikes for this video, and right now I have about half that.

    Thanks again to all of you who have allowed me to record thus far!

    I prefer aftermarket exhausts, but if it's stock I can definitely still use it.

    I already have: Ninja 300, GSXR-1000, R6, Daytona 675, crossplane R1, non crossplane R1, KTM duke ii, vfr800, RC51, and a few others that are pretty uncommon. So if your bike isn't on that list, I need it!

    In particular, I need: more KTMs (RC8 especially), Ducatis, MV Agusta, Triumph besides the 675, classic bikes, S1000rr, CBR1000rr, 2015 R1 or R1M, Aprilia RSV4

    Feel free to share this post with friends!

    As a thank you, I can take some cool pics of your bike(s) if you want. Here are a couple samples (hope you guys don't mind me using these pics):

    http://i1346.photobucket.com/albums/...psjoq1wmmm.jpg

    http://i1346.photobucket.com/albums/...pseuykn9xi.jpg
    My 950 is an LC8 ... That close enough?
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    Quote Originally Posted by montibank View Post
    My 950 is an LC8 ... That close enough?
    Lol I still definitely want to record it!
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    My wife's Fz6R full header sounds amazing , also my Brutale would love to sing for you

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    Ok - I'll catch up with you sometime then.
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    PM sent! Thanks for all the offers!
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    Trying to get my ZX14 on the road soon. Has Voodoo type pipes on it. Not a pretty bike though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRASH972 View Post
    Trying to get my ZX14 on the road soon. Has Voodoo type pipes on it. Not a pretty bike though.
    Doesn't have to be pretty! I actually like featuring some bikes with wear and tear on them. Adds character in my opinion!
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    I have a Ducati Diavel with after market pipes. Sounds pretty nasty. However, I live in Oakhurst.

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    You could use mine if it makes the cut...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynewind View Post
    You could use mine if it makes the cut...
    Yes! Don't have your bike yet. Definitely want it though.
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LawrenceFromTorance View Post
    I have a Ducati Diavel with after market pipes. Sounds pretty nasty. However, I live in Oakhurst.
    Not a problem. I also want to get BK's Respol and other bikes if he's willing (pretty please?). I could just get both of you guys in the same day if it works out.

    Sending PMs for you all. Still waiting to hear back from a couple of you.
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    wow I would have thought you'd be done with that by now!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadKaw View Post
    wow I would have thought you'd be done with that by now!!
    Not quite yet. I want to get a total of 30 bikes, and it's pretty difficult to coordinate recording times with people that have some of the more uncommon bikes. It will get there though!
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    Thanks so much for Larry and BK for letting me record their bikes today

    Larry's Ducati is in the running for best sound I've recorded so far...gotta love that beefy twin!
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    Thanks to Robert (Bigbadwolf) for letting me record his beautiful MV Brutale and wife's FZ6r today.

    Still looking for an RC8 and 2015 r1!

    p.s. this is my 1000th forum post whooooooop!
    Old sport bikes just have more character.

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    hey I got to ride an R1M. Tom Harrison has one, he comes up to starbux occasionally
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetstream01 View Post
    Thanks so much for Larry and BK for letting me record their bikes today

    Larry's Ducati is in the running for best sound I've recorded so far...gotta love that beefy twin!
    It was fun Patrick, we need to get you up here to record some of Alan's (abnab) bikes!

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