GoPro Hero 3 Black Yamaha Banshee and Warrior - **The Adventure Down Road Ocho** (PART 1 of 6)
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PART 1 of 6 - GO TO PART 2 http://youtu.be/w51fxoHCU2Q
GO TO PART 3 http://youtu.be/Nlz4d2Dn3-A
GO TO PART 4 http://youtu.be/KFuNyiUMN5g
GO TO PART 5 http://youtu.be/uqEJJLxdVPM
GO TO PART 6 http://youtu.be/3gwVKAy8rC8
This was an all day ride with Nacho on his Banshee, there are six parts to
Video was shot at the Shasta Chappie OHV Area near Redding California using
a GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition on 2/2/2013.
Two Laps around an MX track on a Banshee
My shee has Flotek trail porting, pipes, and the 11 year old stock shocks
haha. I recently added some TDR reeds to the stock cages but really didn't
notice a difference. This is my first time on a track.
Thanks for watching :)
Playing around on the Banshee. Trying my homemade chest mount.
YAMAHA TRI Z CHASING BANSHEE GO PRO pov from tri z
First attempt at using new go pro camera. My 85.5 Yamaha tri z and Scott's
Banshee, which is significantly faster. Tri z has uni filter dg pipe and
silencer, quite out of tune. Banshee has fmf pipes and k&n and tons of
other odds and ends professionally tuned. Realistically neither bike is
very good for the woods and trail riding we do but that's what makes it
Yamaha Banshee test run day
First time out with my new Contour and Banshee. My bike has T-5s, geared,
coolhead, 19cc domes, V force 3 reeds, and stock porting, +4 rear swing
arm, and a +2 rear axle. The red and while bike is all stock except paul
turner mid range pipes, and a +4 swing arm and +2 rear axle.