The other day I asked for help learning premiere. Well I finished my first video (it is still in 720P as YouTube is still processing it, will be 1080P in an hour). I know the violations recorded aren’t the worst, but it was more of a learning experience. I actually got some insane footage today that I’ll put up…
Don’t forget to startle the lug nuts.
Like a Swedish turbo tractor or something. I quite like the way my friend’s car sounds. :p
Just try not to annoy your neighbors every time you try to act like you’re driving through Silverstone while brushing the late night Hot Pockets out of your teeth.
If you’re aware of #cupgang and #cupbangers (yes, that’s what they call their fans) then you’ll have some idea of just how bad this video is. For those of you unfamiliar with @cupgang, you’re in for a real treat.
‘Twas an overall success !! ^_^
My own personal vlogs for updates (cars, personal, ect.) when I haven’t the time to do full-length videos on working on the cars. It’s also easier and more convenient for me to do this than type things at times when I’m trying to explain things or use photos. Enjoy! ^_^
I’ve the feeling I may’ve stumbled upon it with friends this weekend. It came out of nowhere, and graced us with a sound we’ve never heard from a V6 Mustang before, misfiring and backfiring as it tried to mess with us. :p
Yes the YouTube guy who brings us some really amazing supercar sounds and videos is getting one of his own! Good for him.
Oh look, a 993 Turbo. :p
I’m always amazed by nasty breakups that involve breaking things. I’ll see blog posts or Reddit comments where people post pictures of their gaming consoles smashed, cars keyed or other property damaged when their significant other has broken up with them.
Don’t be like Uncle Ess now, children. Ditch that dual analogue controller and get yourself a wheel.
Oh what a year it has been. Instead of recounting the many amazing experiences I had, let’s just go to the tape...
The video-sharing service that started just 10 years ago has completely changed the way we consume video media. YouTube has given niche markets a platform like never before. There are lots of great motorcycle channels in the YouTubeverse; here is a list counting down the Top 10 Motorcycle Themed YouTube Channels.
Being a major player in the automotive media marketplace isn’t easy. PR people are always bugging you to come to their fancy parties, designers want your take on their latest creation, and #brands are constantly hitting you up, begging you to put them in the spotlight.
There is a video circulating of an escort ride of motorcyclists getting cut off by a Jeep who didn’t want to wait behind the formation. So what does he do? The driver jumps the curb after being blocked in by two riders. See the video below for yourself.
These brakes aren’t the same level of quality you can order from PepBoys or even any dealership. Of course, you don’t expect them to be and neither do the professionals that use them in 180 mph+ races. Suspension and wheels are very important, as they should be. But I have to argue that brakes are the utmost important…