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Great video and bike. Most of the riders I've stopped to help on the side of the road had their fuel valve in the wrong location too. Including myself from time to time. :eek:
 

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Youtube is blocked at work, I finally watched it at home.

Great video. My first bike was a 1985 450 Nighthawk. I loved it!

Hint mine liked NGK plugs ONLY! I put a set of champions in it once, would not even start after 1000 miles on them.

Good luck, they are great bikes.
 

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The video was edited excellently and narrated very well. I think those two things make a world of difference in watching an enjoyable video compared to a painful one.
 

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You definitely have talent when it comes to making videos. Seriously.

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Now, did anyone else notice that when he starts riding he's all clean cut and guy-next door looking? But when he starts to get into a bigger bike he's got the goatee going on, black leather jackets, and shades? I bet tattoos and earings are next. Yeap, it's all downhill from here my friend. :biggrin:
 

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@Eye: That one made me laugh seriously I didn't notice that until now.

I'm glad you can appreciate the work that was put in to make it, including leaving out rap and heavy metal music. Thanks again for your comments.
 

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Funny thing about the fuel cut off... I just took my BRC last week and was leaving the fuel cut off on the whole time we rode each time I turned the bike off. The instructor demonstrated a course with the bike I was using and unbeknownst to me had turned the fuel cut off to off. Bout 2 mins in and the bike shut off and wouldn't start. Getting frustrated I realized what he had done and when I rode to him after fixing the problem and going through the course we had a good laugh.

But back on topic, great video and editing was on point. Really liked the multiple perspectives etc. Thanks for the idea when I bring my first bike home.
 

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Great job on the video and congratulations on your first Nighthawk. If well maintained they are as close to bulletproof as a motorcycle can get.
 
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