skirodeo7 wrote:I thoroughly enjoyed the DVD. I haven't built a motor before and it was THOROUGHLY helpfull, however, despite m lack of knowledge about engine building I still wish there was a bit more to this video. Namely, the lack of info on assembling and installing the head assembly. I'm not an engine moron, but it would be nice to see the valvetrain assembled and how to do it, what tricks are useful etc. I'd even buy a separate DVD on an SR20 head build. But it seems like that would be extremely useful. otherwise, the video was thoroughly informative.
as a filmmaker myself, there are some weird moments when the camera jumps the 180 line, where it cuts to an opposite angle ad it makes it hard to understand wat you're looking at from another angle since the views are so close. its great to have the closeups, but it throws me off sometimes when I can't see where in the motor something is located or how we got to this point etc etc. Starting out from a slightly wider angle and moving in closer I think would aide in that.
again. I'm nitpicking here. the video you've assembled is phenominal and we're lucky that you guys are dedicated enough to make one. THANKS!
THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! This DVD was fun to produce and DRIFT SPEED did a GREAT JOB with the labor.The head was the weakest part which is why we decided to produce a DVD JUST on the head for the RB25DET http://store.driftingshop.com/pheredvdr.html
After the RB25DET Build is out of the way we would like to cover the SR20DET head.
We can produced 50-70 minute DVD's within 2-3 business days IF we don't run into problems with the parts and assembly so keep telling us what you want!