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    Default How to pull an engine in under 3 minutes

    Heres a vid I put together, this was when my brother had to rebuild his engine for his Subaru Impreza 2.5RS
    http://www.factory8.com/private/engine_teardown.wmv

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    I really hate to sound like a jerk, but all you did was speed up film. I mean, it was very interesting and I wish I lived near you guys for when I needed to work on my car but I don't know if this is a suitable video for this type of forum. It seems more at home on a car forum. You know what I mean? Maybe I'm way out of line and others are more than willing to tell me so.

    Now had you changed camera angles, put a little more post-production, made it more of a documentary... I don't know. Maybe I'm just embarassing myself.

    It's still awesome because I'm deeply jealous of people who can work on cars like that!

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    yea, its nothing fancy, but i thought it was neat. The camera was actually setup to record for 1/2 a second every 30 seconds, and then I put all those clips together and speed them up as fast as Vegas would allow.
    After seeing 'taking the trash out' I think its up to par.

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    Touche, my friend.

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    BBW:

    I like you are envious of those who are capable of working on cars. I guess I will just have to be the one who keeps all these mechanics in business.

    Here is an idea... Take out the sound from this vid and add the "Flight of the Bumblebee track" or something that is very very fast paced. Now that would have added a little to the vid.

    Good job Nathan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBadWimp
    Maybe I'm way out of line and others are more than willing to tell me so.
    Consider yourself told.

    To be fair, this is a user videos section, and it's a video he's posted.

    Bad boy. :P

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    Oh come on Mike, you know what I mean. Even Nathan himself understood somewhat. It was supposed to be more of an encouragement to get more creative with his ideas.

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    Mike likes telling people they've been naughty .

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    Marc, am I in trouble again?

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    Hahahaha...

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