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    My Day Off! Video's and Pics.

    Here are some links to my day of riding the unchained R60/6.
    She is quite a bit more nimble without all the extra weight.
    Before with the sidecar and fairing.
    Now stripped down to nothing but the rear side bags.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/lineman126

    Here is a link to my photo page.

    http://picasaweb.google.com/scottnog...01408FallRide#
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    Some nice pictures, great fall colors. Why did you drop the sidecar?

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    Fall photo rides

    Quote Originally Posted by john1691 View Post
    Some nice pictures, great fall colors. Why did you drop the sidecar?
    Thanks John I think the trees are peeking now around here. I'm gonna try to get out and do some more video and pictures today if I can.
    I dropped the sidecar to see how the bike would run without it. It is somewhat under powered with all the extra stuff on it. I could barley keep up with some guys when it came time to get on a highway. I could only get up to 70mph drafting vehicles. I don't have that poroblem anymore that's for sure. I think I'm also going to start some larger jobs on her in the next couple of months. It'll be easier with the side car off for most of it.
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    Thanks for sharing. How were you able to shoot those movies picking up the engine sound and no wind noise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RTRandy View Post
    Thanks for sharing. How were you able to shoot those movies picking up the engine sound and no wind noise?
    The microphone is built into the back of the camera so it still gets some wind noise but, not as much. I think it pics up the sound of the engine through vibration of the handlebar as well. It is a cannon digital elph camera that is mounted to the handle bars with a mount from chasecam.
    Here is another one that I changed using the movie maker software in Vista.

    http://www.youtube.com/v/TlYDt0M5LRo
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    Nice report. Looks like a very productive way to spend a day off. Beats cutting grass.
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