VFR Sound Explained Audibly and Visually

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  1. Aced It

    Aced It New Member

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    I thought this was a very interesting method of explaining the unique sound. Enjoy if you haven't seen it before ... otherwise, enjoy. :)

     
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    Interesting, thanks!
     
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    Nice. I had a 96 750 and now have a 2013 1200. I've pulled the muffler off both to enjoy the sound unencumbered . Awesome
    Only in the garage btw.
     
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    Very nice!
     
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    Awesome! As a drummer I love this explanation and now I’m in love with that beat!
     
  6. GreginDenver

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    Here's a more recent attempt at showing a V-4 like the VFR800, except he has the crankshaft rotating in the opposite direction...
     
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    that's just plain cool!
     
  8. GatorGreg

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    Very cool, never saw that one before. Here’s a vid of my old Delkevic equipped VFR where you can really hear that unique beat at idle.

     
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    Alright GG, was that a GoPro? How did you keep the wind noise down? Did the camera survive the tumble?
     
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    Yes that was a GoPro and it did survive, LOL. I’m not sure but I think I just had it in a skeleton case and used the built in mic.
     
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