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Tutivillus Grift
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+SpaceAge359 No. To fit the Zombie Performance Wingus Bars, I needed to use +5 cables for the clutch and brake (Biltwell cables). I also re-routed the electrical cables for a bit more slack.
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This is a comparison of the stock exhaust vs. the new Yoshimura RSCV "Vintage Series" exhaust for the Yamaha Star Bolt. Sorry, the wind kind of screwed this up, so I'll do an update when the weather's better. Plus I'll add some footage while riding.
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The Purpling...continues
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A little different angle from the previous shot and using one of the #Sony   NEX-5N's built in photo effects (Retro, I think? Yep, I use those from time to time!) No post processing other than resizing. Spivey, my #Bolt  at Mercur, Utah. 50mm f/1.8 (SEL50F18)   #yamahamotorcycles   #bobbers   #motorcycle  
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Yes. Would love more info on that seat! 
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Thanks vianegativa85! It's a great exhaust and worth every penny. If you have engine guards, and use them as foot rests, beware, however! You can melt a heel on them. After living with this for a while I'm going to pull off my engine guards and pop a fuel controller on eventually.
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Fear... #nightphotography  
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Alright...better.
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Spivey. My Yamaha Star #Bolt   #motorcycle  taken in the pullout of the Mercur, Utah cemetery. I love this bike... Sony NEX-5N, Sony 50mm f/1.8 (SEL50F18)
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I don't really approach it differently than shooting anything else. I like using available light in all of my shoots (like the one above). Good glass, good light, the right angles and the proper settings to fit the desired outcome. This was shot with a 50mm Prime using a shutter speed around 1/2000 and aperture of around f/2.8 (sorry don't have the exact numbers) with just enough distance to frame what I wanted and a little bit of tilt (for the bike's stance) at an ISO of 100. Very little post processing (some color contrast and sharpening).

I hope that gives you some insight! Thanks for asking.
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Yeah, I miss those days.
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Reach a little higher Monica!
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