Time Lapse Video from the Final Day of Assembly of my bike.

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InMotionJosh

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The front really is where 70 percent of the work is, especially since all the wiring harnesses were taken apart and and replugged. We had a couple wires crossed that had to be traced out. There is alot of work though up there especially with an amp, 4 speakers, aftermarket head unit, HIDs, new gauges etc etc. Alot of extra stuff that was hard to fit in the fairing.
 

BLACKIZZLE

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that is awesome man. how did u get your go pro to do that? take a picture every like 5 minutes or did u film the whole thing?
 

InMotionJosh

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There is a setting that will make it take a picture every so many seconds. In this particular video it was shooting one pic every 60 seconds. Its was about 540 pictures in total from that day.
 

Bill

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Awesome idea on the video! I would have never thought of doing that.

You guys all looked like a bunch of ants right after someone kicked you ant pile!!!
 

fame2

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i have a go pro for like a year and still haven't used it....that was sum inspiration to try it out...bike came out so effin nice man
 

InMotionJosh

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Thanks guys. The GoPro is a cool little piece. We did some video of it strapped to my fairing suppor bracket aimed at the wheel. I dont have it uploaded yet though.
 
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