Production of the G&G GP exhaust for the Yamaha R6
Have you ever wondered, how your G&G GP Exhaust is produced? This video shows a couple of the steps in the process of creating your Exhaust. All our Exhausts are hand-made in Italy, according to high standards. Of course, we are always ready to answer all your questions!
We receive a lot of comments about the fact that no welding gloves are used. Our main goal was to show the process as well as we could, and the decision was made not to use gloves for once. Rest assured that our welders normally use protective gear. We thank you for your concern for our welders' health.
Check www.gegshop.nl for our different GP Exhausts.
Marcel Levesque at the top of the supply chain in the economy,beginning the
process of supplying dozens of jobs down the line.Cutting a rotten Old
growth hemlock tree.
TIG Welding 4130 Chrome-moly Tubing
Todd Bevis, chassis engineer, Cagnazzi Racing
(http://www.cagnazziracing.com), discusses TIG welding 4130 chrome-moly
tubing on an NHRA Pro Stock dragster. Read the whole how-to article here:
YOSHIMURA FACTORY TOUR - YOKOHAMA JAPAN
Quick little behind the scenes vid we did whilst shooting photos of the
factory for a number of magazines
HoonTV and AFG Moto were lucky enough to get a first hand tour of the
entire Yoshimura factory in Yokohama Japan with Fujio Yoshimura himself!
MIG Welding Mild Steel Roll Cages: 30-, 45- and 90-degree angles
Chris Jarman uses the Millermatic® 212 Auto-Set™ MIG welder while
demonstrating proper techniques and procedures for MIG welding mild steel
roll cages, specifically 30-, 45- and 90-degree angles. He eventually
completed the roll cage using his Millermatic 212 MIG welder and Dynasty®
350 TIG welder out of his Michigan-based shop, Eliminator Kustoms. For more
Racing, Customizing and Restoring tips:
Beading Machine Basics
This 11-minute video shows highlights from the 97-minute long 'Beading
Machine Basics' DVD.
Ducati 1199s Panigale & CBR600RR Lowside On The Snake | Johnny5sWorld
On a cold Sunday there were 4 lowsides that I knew of, this is the video
for two. Sorry for the shaky footage (more details below)
CBR600RR - Q2 Tires, track bodywork ziptied together. Rider was on cold
tires moments before lowside. Pressures were also too high for the weather.
No injury to rider, just cosmetic damage to the bike.
Ducati Panigale - 1199s was a rental from racyrentals.com, rider was from
out of town and only had two days on the bike. bike was damaged heavily
from frame, forks, wheels & bodywork. Rider only had minor bruises and road
rash to right forearm. Bike carried full coverage from rental so a $2500.00
vehicle waiver will be charged for the damage.
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Footage Captured: GoPro Hero 3+ http://GoPro.com
Video Edited: Sony Vegas Pro 12 (Platinum Edition)
Audio Created/Edited: Fruity Loopz/VirtualDJ (DJ Rinzler)
Speed is in MPH.
"I came in to hot and want onto the double yellow and just washed out" -
Comp Cams - How it's Made
Competition Cams, one of the industry leaders in performance engine
equipment, walks PowerTV through the complex process of designing, creating
and manufacturing its high performance cam shafts.