Video Shoot Behind the Scenes at Roush Performance

May 11, 2012

Featuring the man himself, Jack Roush!

Unplanned things always happen on a shoot, and you have to make the best of it and roll with the punches.  Well, on this shoot day something did happen, Jack Roush decided to swing by and say hi!  Man that was cool!!!!  We all chatted for a bit, gave him an update on the build and then he walked over to the car and gave it his signature of approval!  Click on the photo to see more on Flickr.

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3 thoughts on “Video Shoot Behind the Scenes at Roush Performance

  1. ziptie or rubber band or rope the cliabers to the frame instead of letting them hang by the brake hose, thats terribly dangerous and could lead to a myriad of problems later on, plus its nice not to put stress on the hoses when not needed to, and theyre outta your way

    • tyler53535:K im trying to bleed my barkes on my 2004 KTM SX 85 but nothing is coming through the nipple, i don’t have a hose so i pump the barkes, then hold the brake in and open and close the nipple, but nothing comes out, i checked the resevor and its next to full, what could be wrong?

    • Thanks champ.The mk2 i am looking at has the G60 bakers, so itb4s nice to know they are 280 mm you can never have too much brake power Hopefully it will work out, so i can finally get a track car.Thanks again

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