I Bought the Most Expensive V Twin Chopper Motorcycle on Amazon

Bikes and Beards
22 Mar 202422:49

Summary

TLDRIn this video, the creator shares his experience of purchasing an expensive vwin chopper motorcycle from Amazon. He discusses the unboxing process, the bike's features, and the challenges he faced, including the lack of a user manual and potential legal issues with the bike's design. Despite the drawbacks, he finds a silver lining in the bike's ability to be delivered anywhere, even a deserted island, highlighting the impressive delivery service of Amazon.

Takeaways

  • 🛍️ The narrator purchased an expensive vwin chopper motorcycle from Amazon, costing nearly $7,000 including fees and shipping.
  • 📦 The motorcycle was shipped to the narrator in Tennessee, and it was assembled in Texas but made in China.
  • 🔋 The battery included with the motorcycle is about 2 years old, indicating it might not be a brand new model.
  • 🏍 The motorcycle's design has some functional aspects, such as a more functional look and a working suspension system.
  • 🚫 There are several concerns about the bike's legality and safety, including improperly placed turn signals and cheap-feeling components.
  • 🔧 Some parts of the bike, like the handlebars and the battery compartment, seem to be afterthoughts in the design process.
  • 🏢 The lack of local dealerships for support and the potential difficulty in getting replacement parts or servicing are highlighted as potential issues.
  • 🏍️ The narrator compares the vwin chopper to other bikes they've purchased and considers the price point in relation to quality and brand options.
  • 🛠️ The narrator discusses the possibility of modifying the bike with a Harley-Davidson EVO motor and a kickstart, suggesting a potential improvement.
  • 🚨 The video script includes a review of the bike's listing on Amazon, noting that some reviews may not be genuine and others warn against purchasing the bike.
  • 🏝️ The narrator humorously suggests that one reason to buy the bike is if you're stranded on a desert island, as Amazon's delivery service would be able to find you.

Q & A

  • What is the most expensive item the speaker bought from Amazon?

    -The most expensive item the speaker bought from Amazon is a vwin, chopper motorcycle.

  • What is the speaker's initial impression of the motorcycle's appearance?

    -The speaker initially thinks the motorcycle looks cool, mentioning its big, old 7s Chopper bar and aggressive-looking exhaust.

  • What is the estimated cost of the motorcycle including additional fees and shipping?

    -The estimated cost of the motorcycle, including additional fees and shipping, is close to $7,000.

  • Where was the motorcycle manufactured?

    -The motorcycle was manufactured in China and assembled in Texas.

  • What is the speaker's concern about the motorcycle's turn signals?

    -The speaker is concerned that the turn signals are too low on the motorcycle, which may not comply with legal regulations for motorcycle lighting.

  • What does the speaker find unusual about the motorcycle's design?

    -The speaker finds it unusual that the motorcycle has a missing bolt and that the handlebars hit the tank, potentially crushing the rider's fingers.

  • What is the speaker's speculation about the engine's origin?

    -The speaker speculates that the engine might be a clone of the Yamaha 250 Verago motor, which could be how it passes EPA regulations.

  • What does the speaker do after purchasing the motorcycle?

    -After purchasing the motorcycle, the speaker unboxes it, examines its features, and plans to start it up to see how it runs.

  • What is the speaker's humorous reason for buying the motorcycle?

    -The speaker's humorous reason for buying the motorcycle is that if one is stranded on a desert island, Amazon will be able to find and deliver the bike to the stranded person.

  • What is the age of the motorcycle based on the battery manufacturing date?

    -The motorcycle is approximately 2 years old based on the battery manufacturing date.

  • What additional information does the speaker provide about an upcoming ride?

    -The speaker invites listeners to join him and his buddy Brock on a ride to Louisiana, where they will encounter alligators, on May 3rd and 4th.

Outlines

00:00

🏍 Unboxing the Expensive vwin,chopper Motorcycle

The speaker excitedly begins unboxing an expensive vwin,chopper motorcycle purchased from Amazon. Despite acknowledging it might not be the best decision, he is eager to share the experience with his audience. The motorcycle is revealed to be made in China and assembled in Texas, with no clear indication of its age. The speaker also discusses the potential issues with the bike's design, such as the battery placement and the lack of model information, while expressing his initial impressions of the bike's appearance.

05:04

💰 The Cost and Legal Concerns of the Motorcycle

The speaker delves into the cost of the motorcycle, revealing that it was close to $7,000 after additional fees and shipping. He compares the price to other, cheaper options and contemplates the legality of the bike's features, such as the low placement of turn signals. The speaker also reflects on the potential lack of support and service for the bike due to the absence of local dealerships. He humorously suggests modifying the bike with a Harley-Davidson EVO motor, despite concerns about the bike's quality and durability.

10:05

🔧 Examining the Motorcycle's Design and Features

The speaker continues to inspect the motorcycle, commenting on its functional aspects such as the springs and suspension. He expresses surprise at the disconnection of certain parts and the lack of a bolt for one of the bike's features. The speaker also discusses the potential meanings behind the bike's name, 'Naja,' in different languages, and shares his anticipation for the bike's performance. He notes the presence of a few well-made components, such as the gas cap, but is critical of the overall quality and design of the motorcycle.

15:07

🔋 Charging and Preparing the Motorcycle

The speaker focuses on the process of preparing the motorcycle for its first run. He discusses the battery's age and placement, the lack of an instruction manual, and the challenges of fitting the battery into its compartment. The speaker also expresses confusion over certain design choices, such as the presence of bolt holes and the purpose of specific parts. Despite these issues, he remains optimistic about the bike's potential performance and shares his plans for detailing the bike.

20:08

🚦 Starting the Motorcycle and Future Plans

The speaker attempts to start the motorcycle, noting the presence of fuel and the bike's response to the ignition. He humorously suggests that the bike could be a lifesaver in a hypothetical desert island scenario. The motorcycle's sound is described as not bad, and the speaker plans to share more about its performance in a future video. He also promotes an upcoming ride event in Louisiana and invites viewers to participate, providing details on how to get more information.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡vwin chopper motorcycle

The vwin chopper motorcycle is the central object of the video. It is a type of motorcycle characterized by its distinctive design, which includes a large front wheel, elongated forks, and a low, stretched-out riding position. In the context of the video, the motorcycle was purchased from Amazon and is presented as an expensive, yet potentially problematic, product due to its origin and the lack of local dealerships for support.

💡Amazon

Amazon is an online marketplace where the vwin chopper motorcycle was bought. It is a key platform for e-commerce, known for its wide range of products and convenient shopping experience. In the video, Amazon is portrayed as a powerful entity capable of delivering large items, like motorcycles, to customers' doorsteps, but also as a source of potential frustration due to additional fees and shipping costs that were not initially apparent.

💡unboxing video

An unboxing video is a type of content where a product is opened and its contents are revealed and discussed, often for the first time. In the context of the video, the creator is making an unboxing video to share his experience of receiving and assembling the vwin chopper motorcycle. This format is popular on platforms like YouTube, where viewers enjoy seeing the initial impression and potential issues with new products.

💡Chinese manufacturing

Chinese manufacturing refers to the production of goods in China, which is known for its large-scale industrial capabilities and often lower production costs. In the video, the motorcycle is mentioned to be made in China, which raises concerns about the quality and adherence to regulations. The creator also speculates that the motorcycle's engine might be a clone of a Yamaha model, suggesting that Chinese manufacturers may find ways to bypass strict regulations in foreign markets.

💡turn signals

Turn signals are lights on a vehicle that indicate the driver's intention to turn or change lanes. In the context of the video, the creator notes that the placement of the turn signals on the vwin chopper motorcycle is unusually low, potentially violating local traffic regulations. This observation highlights a potential issue with the motorcycle's design and its legality on the road.

💡EPA

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is a U.S. government agency responsible for protecting human health and the environment by enforcing regulations based on laws passed by Congress. In the video, the creator discusses how the motorcycle's engine might be a clone of a Yamaha engine, suggesting that it could be an attempt to meet EPA standards while importing the motorcycle into the U.S. market.

💡handlebars

Handlebars are the steering mechanism on a motorcycle, consisting of horizontal bars that the rider grips to control the vehicle. In the context of the video, the creator finds the handlebars of the vwin chopper motorcycle to be awkwardly designed, as they hit the fuel tank and could potentially crush the rider's fingers. This highlights a potential ergonomic issue with the motorcycle's design.

💡battery

A battery is a device that stores electrical energy and releases it when needed. In the context of the video, the motorcycle's battery is discussed as part of the unboxing process. The creator checks the battery's age and considers its condition as part of the overall assessment of the motorcycle's quality and potential issues.

💡dealerships

Dealerships are businesses that sell new and sometimes used vehicles and provide related services such as repairs and maintenance. In the video, the creator expresses concern about the lack of local dealerships for the vwin chopper motorcycle, which could make it difficult to get support or repairs if needed. This highlights a potential drawback of purchasing a less common or imported vehicle that may not have widespread dealer support.

💡exhaust

Exhaust refers to the system on a vehicle that carries away exhaust gases produced by the engine. In the context of the video, the exhaust on the vwin chopper motorcycle is noted as an aggressive-looking component that could affect the bike's sound and performance. The creator also speculates that the design of the exhaust might be a way for the manufacturer to bypass certain regulations.

💡suspension

Suspension refers to the system of springs, shock absorbers, and other components that connect a vehicle's wheels to its frame, allowing for a smoother ride by absorbing impacts from the road. In the video, the creator comments on the presence of suspension elements on the vwin chopper motorcycle, indicating that it has some level of flexibility and cushioning for the rider.

Highlights

Purchase of the most expensive vwin chopper motorcycle from Amazon.

The motorcycle arrived in front of the shop within a week of purchase.

The decision to buy the bike is questioned, with a suggestion to seek help if considering such a purchase.

The unboxing process begins in Tennessee, with a humorous reference to local customs.

The product's packaging is criticized for not securing the battery properly.

The battery's age is used to estimate the motorcycle's possible production year.

Previous experience with the same company's 'bubble bike' is mentioned, noting unresolved issues.

The motorcycle's design is compared favorably to a previous model, with more functional aspects.

Concerns about the legality and safety of the motorcycle's turn signals due to their low placement.

The motorcycle's name 'Naja' or 'Zha' is discussed, with various cultural meanings explored.

The total cost of the motorcycle, including extra fees and shipping, is revealed to be close to $7,000.

The motorcycle's exhaust system is noted, with speculation on how it bypasses EPA regulations.

The quality of the motorcycle's components is evaluated, with a comparison to other brands.

A missing bolt and potential quality control issues are pointed out.

The excitement about the motorcycle's potential sound and performance is expressed.

The reviewer considers modifying the motorcycle with a Harley-Davidson EVO motor.

The unboxing reveals functional suspension components, unlike previous models.

The reviewer discusses the potential for the motorcycle to be a warning, based on the name 'Naja' in different languages.

The motorcycle is started, and its sound is described as not bad.

The reviewer shares a personal product for detailing motorcycles and promotes its use.

An invitation to an upcoming ride event in Louisiana is extended to the audience.

Transcripts

00:00

I just bought the most expensive vwin

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chopper motorcycle from Amazon and

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within a week of me buying it it shows

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up in front of my shop I know what

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you're thinking yes it is an awful awful

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idea before I tell you guys exactly how

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much it costs I want to get this box

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open and throughout this video I'm going

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to tell you guys a bunch of reasons why

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most likely you probably should not be

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buying this bike if you're doing it stop

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it get some help but I got one reason

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why you should buy this bike and since

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this is Tennessee you know this is

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actually my first motorcycle boxing in

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the great state of Tennessee much

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greater than Pennsylvania by the

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way do I open the box with a knife no no

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this is Tennessee old habits die

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hard

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however I am

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learning that actually all these

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unboxing videos that I've done and I

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just tore the Box up these boxes just

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lift off means we're going to get see

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this

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thing sooner than I

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thought I'm pretty sure

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it's one of the few products that you

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can't take

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back unlike saying awful things to your

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brother or your co-workers which you can

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take back no you cannot take back this

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bike so once don't you buy it it's

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yours now I don't think this box does

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come

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up now I don't know what year this bike

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is because I don't think they've ever

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sold any of these we look on the side

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doesn't say anything about the year

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there's no model number they used to try

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to tell you that this thing was made in

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China China put together in Texas Don't

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Mess with Texas I don't think any of

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that was

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true let's do

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it

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you got to admit that that's kind of

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cool looking that's kind of a cool

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looking bike look it's got a big

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old big old like 7s Chopper bar I

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may have spok too soon maybe this is a

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great deal observation number one let's

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just tape the

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battery use half a roll of tape and tape

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the battery up here I don't know why

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would you just put the battery down

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there why won't you just zip tie it

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right down there

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[Music]

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[Applause]

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ooh this might give us a good idea of

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how old this bike

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is if we figure out what how old the

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battery is who wants a guess throw a

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guest down there I'm think in 2018 now

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batteries are supposed to well they're

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supposed to say what date they're

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made

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maybe that's only in

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America think we got to fill this

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battery we got to charge it we got to do

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something with it let's pull it over

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[Music]

03:15

here we get to get acid on our fingers

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eventually in our eyeballs rle number

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one kids keep acid out of your

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eyeballs

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just so while that's doing its thing you

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guys might not remember but a about a

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year ago I inboxed another bike from

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this same company people call it the

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bubble bike not that many people saw the

03:37

video you may have never seen

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it a quick update on it we did end up

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getting the exhaust I had to talk to

03:44

multiple people it wasn't until the

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video came out and then it got a lot of

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views that they finally contacted me and

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they're like oh we'll get you the

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exhaust and the exhaust came in maybe a

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month later but I still don't think I

03:54

ever received the the title for that

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thing so I have no idea what year that

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thing is also Al just more things about

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that look just like fake function like

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not it's not

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functional that looks significantly more

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functional in my opinion so I'm pretty

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excited about busting getting that thing

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out look is that is that a brake

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light look look look look they put a

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brake light on top of the bar

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that's actually where the uh that's

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where they want you to mount the um the

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license plate honestly I think this

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stuff that's coming in from China

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it's just bypassing all the laws

04:32

actually I found out someone someone

04:34

told me later that that the same engine

04:36

in that the same engine in that bike is

04:38

actually a a clone of the two of the

04:41

Yamaha 250 verago motor so I think

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that's somehow how they're getting past

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the EPA of getting these bikes in here

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but the other the other stuff of

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regulations of lights and everything I

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think they're

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just pushing it in here and no one's no

04:54

one's calling them on

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it

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all right let it charge up I think it's

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funny how they put this thing actually

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um this is not unusual we've unboxed

05:10

other bikes they all tend to have this

05:12

it's like a vapor barrier and you know

05:15

when mice get in there it's a nice

05:16

little like ecosystem for the mice and

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and uh you know all those good

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things so let me get to the price what I

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paid for this thing um when all said and

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done this thing was close to uh not

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quite $7,000 no no on Amazon it says

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$5,000 there's these EXT there's extra

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fees and there's shipping and all this

05:41

stuff and it almost $7,000 that that's

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that's a lot of money bought some cheap

05:45

things on Amazon and they were pretty

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they were not that bad but they were

05:48

also like 1,200 bucks you know 1,500

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bucks that's that's cheaper than any

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Japanese or domestic thing that you

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could possibly buy at

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$7,000 that's not even

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that's not even cheap

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whoa all right check it

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out check out this

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side and you're going to

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notice one very important thing that

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this bike is rocking and that

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is this one's got exhaust so it's not

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going to sound like

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this note number two that I'm noticing

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there is no possible way that you can

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legally put your turn

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signals that low on the motorcycle

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there's no there's just no way F first

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of all that's going to get when you turn

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the tire like 3° this gets blocked so

06:48

you can't even see that there's there's

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I I know I don't like them but we have

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rules and regulations about motorcycles

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and where controls and where lights and

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especially lighting where lighting has

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to be and I'm pretty sure you can't have

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it down there which this model has been

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out for a long time at least a couple

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years 0 0

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09 this this is number nine of all the

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okay I don't know if I told you this is

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called a naha Naja naha or Naja friend

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of mine told me that that means Cobra I

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think that was from the Philippines I

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don't know if that's true or not so this

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is number nine

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possibly number one that they've ever

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sold maybe there I I don't know next

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step let's get this cage off of

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here the big question is what's inside

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this box so as I started unbaling the

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cage I started to think about all the

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other amazing things that I could have

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bought for $7,000 or less like this or

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this or even this or even all the bikes

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that I bought at the auction a couple

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weeks ago in this video then I started

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to get a little concerned because

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there's no dealerships around around me

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that that will that are there to back up

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this bike what if it doesn't work what

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if I can never get it running then I

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might be forced to throw a

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Harley-Davidson EVO motor in it with a

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Kickstart inside of this bike and make

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it amazing on second thought that might

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be a great idea maybe I should do that

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anyway first let's see if this thing

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runs so first rule don't throw away all

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the hardware that you pulled out from

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the boxing cuz sometimes they need this

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to finish put the bike together also I'm

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really excited to hear what this thing

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sounds like because we we never heard

08:28

what that one it's supposed to sound

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like I mean it's a pretty aggressive

08:34

looking exhaust maybe this is some maybe

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they got some muff stuff in here but

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that's pretty wild looking oh here we go

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there is another um a different number

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stamped on the engine completely

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different number 2v 49 not sure what

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that number means and then down here

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brand

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zeths I don't recall buying anything

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from zeths zth zeth

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now from from what I'm seeing right now

09:02

I mean it's not it's not awful looking

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you know the quality is not the work I

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mean it's no uh still Honda but it's not

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it's not that I that's very plastic it's

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very plastic we're missing a bolt right

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there okay look there's a there's a

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spot for a bolt to go into I there's not

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a spot for it to connect to anything on

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the other side that's funny so the

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chopper phase has kind of fizzled out

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however recently another YouTuber bought

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an Orange County Chopper now he bought

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an Orange County Chopper for $110,000

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and that you know the video did pretty

09:38

well and I was like well maybe I can

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ride maybe I can ride on that guy's

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coattails and I'll buy the most

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expensive one he bought the

09:45

cheapest Orange County Chopper bike out

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there I'll buy the most expensive one on

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Amazon maybe someday we'll get to

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compare

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them

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look at that man that's nice that's not

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bad

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looking and and look check this out

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these

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Springs they

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actually they actually do something like

10:12

they're actually put in a way that it's

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actually functional unlike unlike this

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bike where I feel like we have to

10:20

explain to the engineers what a spring

10:22

actually does this doesn't do anything

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like there's no spring Flex on this bike

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so I'm excited about this one like you

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got got some uh you got a little bit of

10:32

cushion on it so you have a little bit

10:34

of suspension right here but you also

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have little little struts down

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here you see

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them and and this is actually

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disconnected from here so whole so

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there's going to be movement inside

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where this piece of the frame and this

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piece of the frame and the swing arm

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will actually move and flex that's kind

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of that's kind of cool all right let's

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get this thing let's get this thing off

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of here

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I got this guy I got this little piece

11:07

of foam holding down the brake

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lever I'm reminded why I hate Chopper

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and this is a I don't know what they

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call this this is a certain

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sect design of

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Chopper where everything is extremely

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and uniquely awful do this maybe these

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bars go up maybe okay maybe the bars go

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up some guys like these bars and they're

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like I'm not kidding they're like

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they're like this and this is how they

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want to ride their

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bike that's so bad if you look how the

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brake and the clutch

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are they can't they either you got to

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turn these things down or you got to

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turn the bar up you probably got to turn

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the bar up

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um pull that guy off guy off ah he's not

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awful honestly it's kind of a cool

12:14

looking bike let's uh let's turn this

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thing

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around okay there's no way that this is

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how they're supposed to have the

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handlebars because they they hit the

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tank and they crush your fingers inside

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the tank

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um let's get them hanahar straightened

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out guessing what's in here is um well

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I'm going to keep that to

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myself you guys guess go write it down

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write it down on a piece of paper mail

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it to me if you guessed it right yes

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mirrors all things being considered this

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bike is pretty put together like I've

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put together

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children's like razors that were more I

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had to do more I don't think they know

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what dot actually means I think they

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just throw it on

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stuff the amount of money I paid for

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this

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bike for the quality that everything

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else kind of is I mean it is at a it's

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not it doesn't look like total junk you

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know this the speedometer the gauges

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look pretty good the grips the tank you

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know what I mean like it's not it's not

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not bad looking it doesn't look awful

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why are these buttons the worst possible

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like this is a cheat this is like a this

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is like a a

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0.00002 cents switch right here

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guaranteed the brake and these stupid

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little things are just guaranteed to

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fall off like the second

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you you use it once I I I don't get

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it that's what so bad I don't know what

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that is smells like a like a tire

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vomited or something like that let's

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take a look at the listing for it m mimo

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Motors naha the modern High boy

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motorcycle 62 m hour that's pretty

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interesting two

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cylinder nine reviews let's click on the

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reviews this one just says

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no but he gave it two stars that's very

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nice of him this one just is very

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interesting it's it also this guy makes

14:28

a point it's like no none of these are

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actually certified reviews saying that

14:31

anyone actually bought the bike from

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here this guy gave it a four-star review

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better than any stupid

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Harley

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that's pretty bold this guy gave it a

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six a five-star review and says just buy

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a used bike warning do not buy I've

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taken mine to four different shops

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owning it for 2 months I've been I've

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written mimo and voger Motors but

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neither have responded this guy is kind

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of annoyed

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and then a bunch of onear bunch of onear

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reviews no way decent bike which

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actually brings me back to the

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name Naja or

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naha what does it actually mean some

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people they say it means Cobra I don't

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know I do know in Bosnian naha is

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translated as the best that's a pretty

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good if you were going to name a bike

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naming it the best is not an awful idea

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in Romanian it just means

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no no I I I I kind of like that idea

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it's it's a warning it's like how you

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know like in the wild God put God Made

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You Know creatures you shouldn't eat

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like bright colors no in German it means

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oh well which is yeah this is kind of

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very oh well bike but the best one is

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azer bani and in the azer B johani

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language which we all know and love nah

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or Naja means

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poo I don't know you'd be the judge so I

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think as as of now I think all we got to

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do is just uh throw the battery in here

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throw some gas in here and we're ready

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to fire this thing up and I'm excited to

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see how this thing runs I don't know why

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you would need this because there's no

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there's no spot for a girl to sit back

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here so what's the actual I guess you

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you stack up your luggage that's the

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thing you stack up your luggage strap it

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on here have the big old you know think

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of like the military that cylind

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military bag you know what I mean strip

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it right there that's that makes sense

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all right let's uh let's check the

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battery

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88% you know you know what my rule is

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90% is 100% which means 88% is 98% let's

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do it I would think the battery goes

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right here D dumb place no there's no

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way okay okay hold on hold on a

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second

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okay that didn't help okay but hold on

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look look there's a hole right

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here that's where the wires would go

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into so I bet you if we

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take oh manufactured it tells you when

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it's manufactured oh you like them

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apples look at that manufactured

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0222 so this thing is 2 years old almost

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exactly 2 years old and being

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sold like a brand new thing so as far as

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I can tell I did not see a single

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instruction manual anywhere bam there we

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go the positive and negative terminals