We Built This Custom 49cc Bike For My Son For His 6th Birthday. This Was His 2nd Burnout On It. Sorry The Video is not very good, I will get some better ones soon!! It's Stretched 12" And Is Fully Custom Air Brushed To Look Like my 2007 GSXR 750 Sittin In The Background.
r1 cbr gsxr zx6r wheelie with redline bikerz ORIGINAL
ORIGINAL REDLINE VIDEO!!
Due to popular demand I will try to re upload the video. The reason youtube
disabled the video's music is too many youtubers are recording the video
and posting it on their account. Please help us keep this video up by
reporting other users other than infinite phazes that upload this video.
Thanks Redline Bikerz
Tim Cotterill " The Frogman", Rocket 2 Trike. Size Does Matter
Was driving on the PCH in Malibu, when I saw Tim on this beast getting
ready for a cruise... He designed the whole thing. It's an all aluminum,
hand built body. Suspension is all original designed out of steel. 1200hp,
supercharged (obv). The front wheel is a custom machined 1 piece 2 tire
Watch the skidmarks @ 1:22.....
No Limit Stunt Team In Trinidad
A KLayne Films Production in Trinidad with No Limit Stunt Team. Shot with a
Nikon D90 and Edited by Kendall Layne. Jason Britton & Eric Honshell making
Music: I'm so Hood (Remix) - Dj Khalid
NHRA Drag Racing - Drag Racing Jet car outtakes
Jet car outtakes, June 2003, Race City in Calgary. This is about as close
as you'll ever get to a jet car, more than few unique angles. Jett Force,
Brad Janishewski's Rollin' Thunder are featured
The Rollin' Thunder Jet Car is a custom moulded Honda Civic complete with
ground effects. It features a Westinghouse-built J34 jet engine from an old
US Navy F2 McDonnell Douglas fighter jet, capable of burning 30 litres of
fuel in six seconds, generating 6,000 horsepower and 12,000 lbs of
thrust at speeds of 250 miles per hour!
copyright 2010 AVS Inc.
Pocket bike start
A general idea of how to start your pocket bike.
1) Make sure the choke is in the closed position.
2) Drop the bike a few times on the back tires to get rid of any air
bubbles that may have formed.
3) Prime the engine using slow pulls.
4) Pull the cord at the same angle it is coming out of the pull start
assembly. Otherwise you will not be able to pull fast enough to start
engine, and may cause damage to the pull assembly. If you are lifting the
bike in the air, you are not pulling it at the right angle.