My friend crashes his ATV, then blacks out and starts having a seizure!
Warning: This video may be a little disturbing for some.
I went to St. Joe Park, a little south of St. Louis, with some friend from
work last week. As the title says, one of my friends crashed his ATV. I
uploaded what I caught of the whole situation with my Kodak Playsport
mounted on a suzuki ltz250.
Sorry about the audio. Some of our conversation is hard to hear because the
camera is so far away. I'm compiling the rest of the less dramatic footage
and will upload that in a few days. : p
Yamaha Warrior GSXR 750
Click on the link; to see her in action -
02 fuel injected Suzuki GSX-R 750 motor producing 148 bhp
CNC machined Fuel tank and oil Pan
Laser cut Exhaust flanges
True dual Exhaust, custom headers
and dual D&D mufflers
Balanced to 49.6% Crossweight
UGLY - 2003 Banshee with Honda CBR 900RR Engine
My brother, Mark, modified a '03 Banshee with a Honda CBR 900RR engine.
Nick-named UGLY. Super fast and still handles the mud and water. Been
riding it on the trails of WV for 3 years now and no mechanical problems at
all. If you ride the Wagon Wheel area you have likely seen it...or at least
World's first Yamaha Raptor 700 734 with onboard rideheight adjustment (street legal)
Bet you never seen this before ; )
Own Developement to take person on backseat without directly sitting on
the ground.(ok and just a experiment for fun ;)
I know what people think but it still rides great, just have to be sure to
set your caster of your a-arms right.
As for the chain, i use a special chaintensioner to keep the chain under
Yeah, i know im missing the front bumper, damaged during spraying : |
Oh, and for the ones who like the song, some of my great channels viewers
found it for us: Soundtrack is "16 Bars" featuring J-Silas,Corey Red,
R-Swift, Shai Linne, Tre-Z. Thanks alot guys..
And yes it,s street legal as i live in Europe ;-)
Custom Banshee with CBR 600 F4 engine
This is my custom Banshee with a CBR 600 F4 engine. I started with a 2001
Banshee and a 2000 CBR 600 F4 and ended up with this. I did all the work
myself at a shop and a few months later, the CBR Banshee was born.