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Hey guys and gals,
I've recently started a YouTube channel where I have posted videos from most days of the tour I went on from NI to Catalunya to watch the Moto GP in 2010. This was completely on my '98 FZS600 Fazer.

Also are a few more recent videos of details and rides on my SV1000SK3 that I got last June.

Check it out if you've got any time :) and leave me comments to let me know what you all think.

http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0oWb0VYT-Y3WKw0y86w3Rg?feature=guide

Thanks,
Aaron
 

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Nice vids fella didn`t know they let you ride bikes in Norn Ireland at 14 years of age...........:whistle: You look so young and i now feel so bloody old:wallbash:
 

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Nice videos. Thanks for sharing.

I see in your signature you plan to change your exhaust out for Yoshis. Having just replaced my Yoshis, your exhaust sounded nice in the videos.
 

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Tomorrow I will be replacing the brake pads and making a video of how to do it. Easy stuff like but figured I may as well :)

Hopefully within the next week or 2 the fork oil also, as it's never been replaced. Looking forward to that bit!

Excited also for the suction cup mount to arrive for my GoPro so I can get more viewing angles on the SV other than helmet cam, and on rear of the SV pointing forward/backward. Shall get some shots hopefully near the wheels and also from the side fairings and nose cone.
 

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It might be easy for you but there's a lot of people out there that need help and appreciate "how to" videos - myself included. Thanks
 

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It might be easy for you but there's a lot of people out there that need help and appreciate "how to" videos - myself included. Thanks
Sweet! Well I've never made a "how to" video, so I will try and make it as simply yet detailed and informative as possible :)
 

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Well guys and gals, here is a link to my blog (Tumblr) with step-by-step guides for changing both the Front brake pads, and Rear brake pads on an SV1000s. Both entries have a link to the youtube video, which you can also access via my channel. Links to follow:

"How To" Front brake pads:
http://aarondil.tumblr.com/post/22799011144/how-to-suzuki-sv1000-sk3-front-pads-with-video

"How To" Rear brake pads:
http://aarondil.tumblr.com/post/22800384119/how-to-suzuki-sv1000-sk3-rear-pads-with-video

My YouTube channel with both videos and more of my SV:
http://www.youtube.com/user/Dilwortha
 

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