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Final Destination 2 crash scene

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Ok, so I happen to be watching Final Destination 2, and in the beginning crash scene, does anybody know what kind of bike the guys riding? The way he crashes is insane, but the thing is, most people would react in exactly the same way, locking the brakes, lowsiding, and sliding.
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I've never seen the movie. Is it based on a video game ?

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Nope, I'm pretty sure it's not based on a game. There have been three movies so far, the most recent one (Final Destination 3, if that wasn't obvious enough) came out earlier this year.

Anyway, in the second one there is a huge highway pile up scene, and one of the vehicles that crashes was a motorcycle (black sport bike, a little bit older, probably late '90s, with dual headlights, full fairings, exposed polished frame behind the fairings), so I was curious what the model was.
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After some extensive searching (~1min)

I found this clip with the bike, could be a ninja or such. Not sure but this should help

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here's the website as well about the cgi

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Side note....horrible movies......
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Thanks for the link RapidBlue, I didn't think i would find anything searching, so I didn't.

NorthernPeter- I have an old attraction to crappy B horror/thriller/sci-fi movies. I love the sci-fi channel just for these movies, so I can make fun of them. There used to be a show on called Mystery Science Theatre 2000, which was hilarious, just guys making fun of old B horror movies, while the movie is running.
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camthepyro wrote:Thanks for the link RapidBlue, I didn't think i would find anything searching, so I didn't.

NorthernPeter- I have an old attraction to crappy B horror/thriller/sci-fi movies. I love the sci-fi channel just for these movies, so I can make fun of them. There used to be a show on called Mystery Science Theatre 2000, which was hilarious, just guys making fun of old B horror movies, while the movie is running.
They made a movie too, it's funny if you liked the show

Still can't figure out that bike, thinking older gixxer by the headlights
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Mystery science theater 2000 is an awsome movie...

"Science and technology! Men with screwdrivers! turning them! and ADJUSTING them! Build your own atom storage box! Snaps caps off any size jar bottle or jug...and it really really works!"

And I am a fan of cheesy sci fi movies myself, even the bad ones... but the ones who take them selves seriously... bad bad bad!

I just watched Death race 2000 BTW, now that was cheesily suffcient, but not bad... Final destination, ughhh, But its still better then Cabin Fever.
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terrible movies are fun to watch and laugh at.

I rever listen to critics about what movies to watch, they don't have the sense of humor I do
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about the only critic I listen too Is Odd Todd...

http://www.oddtodd.com

week end movie reviews are the bomb...
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a terrible movie, all of them. Anyways, the bike has got to be some time of ninja, a 600cced on, and a few years older. After watching the clip a million times thats what ive got, hard to tell ya what model exactly as its to blury and fast, but its definatly a ninja



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Hey...hes countersteering!!! :lol:
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Hey...hes countersteering!!! Laughing
Yep.... right into the ground.
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Is it just me, or does it look like the badges have been removed from the bike.... maybe its like those "COLA" cans in Sit coms, no brand names alowed less theyve paid up?
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Maybe, if it's a completely CGI bike, the could have just modeled it to make it look generic, so it looks like a real sport bike, but isn't.
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NorthernPete wrote:Is it just me, or does it look like the badges have been removed from the bike.... maybe its like those "COLA" cans in Sit coms, no brand names alowed less theyve paid up?
more than likely, they may have even done bodywork to change it appearance as to not get screwed... um I mean sued.
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Soon enough everyone with X brand of bike would be all, ya, when logs come flying at me, my X bike allways crashes....
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If logs come flying at me, I'm crashing no matter what bike I'm on. I don't think a single person could see a log come flying at his face, and not panic, and lock the brakes or swerve off the road.
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heh heh heh....he said log..... good lord Im tired...
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That's a 1992 ZX7. The branding has been removed.

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