5 Motorcycle Mods to Save Your Life

15 Vas 2018
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Interested in staying alive? Us too. You can add some life-saving potential to your motorcycle with these 5 mods - all cheap and easy to install at home!
0:19 - RotopaX 1 Gallon Fuel Packt: frt9.co/ne970f
0:19 - RotopaX 1 Gallon Water Pack: frt9.co/n5atcp
1:30 - AltRider Fuel Share System: frt9.co/zy3wt6
2:52 - Custom Dynamics Stingerz LED Accent Light: frt9.co/wogm2t
3:18 - Adventure Medical Kits SOL Origin Tool Kit: frt9.co/79ls1w
4:50 - Klim Emergency Bivvy: frt9.co/obxq3k
5:01 - Moose Quicksteel Epoxy: frt9.co/ugtbou
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  • It's not a good idea to look like a police bike in my country kkkkkk

    Victor AlvarengaVictor AlvarengaPrieš dieną
  • this guy has common sense, make a video on that next.

    JackOffington6969MAGAJackOffington6969MAGAPrieš 2 dienas
  • Watching this 2 years after it was released, I wonder how many viewers have decided to butcher their under seat to fit stuff inside... Horrible idea. It's also hard to understand why fuel is such a big deal. I've lived and driven all around South Europe and petrol stations are everywhere. So you have to be quite the distracted type to run out of fuel, at least in Europe.

    Dimitar YanevDimitar YanevPrieš 7 dienų
  • Always keep a bottle/stash of your favorite narcotic in case you want a head change

    Kenny NelsonKenny NelsonPrieš 11 dienų
  • Cable ties.

    Jack671975Jack671975Prieš 13 dienų
  • You are tarantino of auto industry 🤩 love from India 🇮🇳♥️.

    Amol TaydeAmol TaydePrieš 20 dienų
  • yet in Taiwan you'll get fined if your vehicle looks like a police vehicle. You'll get fined also for not putting a cover on a "carbon" exhaust. Duh. You basically get fined for anything on a motorcycle, sometimes even stock pieces will be considered inappropriate. Taiwan number 1

    Ryan PanRyan PanPrieš 22 dienas
  • thats a great little tool kit going to see if i can find something similar i do however carry zip ties and duct tape ontop of a basic small tool kit however ill be looking to add a first aid kit as well especially for the side of the road break downs in australia

    Jezza LinkoJezza LinkoPrieš 22 dienas
  • I just bring my car with me so I can put all my stuff in there

    Matthias RocaMatthias RocaPrieš 27 dienų
  • What about Zip Ties

    Horvath ProductionsHorvath ProductionsPrieš 27 dienų
  • 44 Magnum, bear spray may turn you into a spicey meal with proper wind

    Sandy StanleySandy StanleyPrieš 27 dienų
  • were you... loosely scrapping the edge of that knife down a corner of a piece of wood?

    Peter FranklinPeter FranklinPrieš mėn
  • Swagelock do stainless hydraulic rated pull-break couplers like that for about the same price. UK & NZ blue lights on your bike is illegal.

    A C RossA C RossPrieš mėn
  • This guy talks more with his eyebrows

    shetty abhijeetshetty abhijeetPrieš mėn
  • Zip ties is the only thing you need

    screammemberscreammemberPrieš mėn
  • Please don't rely on a bit of nylon webbing and a random stick for a tourniquet. Get a real one and put it in your coat chest pocket.

    geoff650rgeoff650rPrieš mėn
  • Give me a break 😒

    roy hallroy hallPrieš mėn
  • The cowardly playground conformably ban because spring inferiorly heap minus a heady shake. motionless, awake separated

    trav grantrav granPrieš mėn
  • Why would you cut your seat open to hold a survival kit when you can just keep it in your saddlebag? Love your vids btw.

    Joey van LeeuwenJoey van LeeuwenPrieš mėn
  • Please carry a real tourniquet , really small and cheap

    R GR GPrieš mėn
  • Why is your channel name 4 9?

    Amon NomaAmon NomaPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • now I found a place to hide my weed..\ thanks..//

    JosephJosephPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Great info Ryan...

    Paul van ReenenPaul van ReenenPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • This guy has diarrhea from his mouth... so mutch bullshit

    youssef amsterdamyoussef amsterdamPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • So is your username. "Youssef" sounds like a dog throwing up

      The Man with No NameThe Man with No NamePrieš 2 mėnesius
  • This kid needs a TV show contract ..

    2 WheelsForever2 WheelsForeverPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • fortnite

    Jones NorgayJones NorgayPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Carry condoms with you. Each can store a couple of litres of fuel in an emergency.

    Jason CharitakisJason CharitakisPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • On the rope. I have 5m of paracord that's already been doubled over and twisted. I keep it wrapped around my right rear peg and in a pickle you can tow. It's there because I used it to tow my other bike, my bike (friend towing) and another friends bike. So I thought might as well keep it.

    Sky NightZSky NightZPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Zip ties and duct tape. All you need lol

    MrFurleyMrFurleyPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • So Agent Smith came to the real world and had a son?

    ashraf pashaashraf pashaPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • I ride downhill how did I get here

    MC Cheez StringsMC Cheez StringsPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Note RE tourniquets: Even if you are fuzzy on proper technique, it's probably best to attempt the tourniquet if you're bleeding out. :) Having said that, just pack a CAT in the med-kit. Don't waste time using a strap.

    anon ymousanon ymousPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Wordsmith

    Dead InsideDead InsidePrieš 3 mėnesius
  • its illegal to have blue lights in europe as its reserved for police etc

    Lucas van den BroekLucas van den BroekPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Blue LEDs are unfortunately illegal in nearly every State.

    Zack FZack FPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • Never hard tie to the towed bike. It’s ridiculously dangerous - to both riders and both bikes. Wrap the towing end once around the centre of the bars loosely between the clamps, with the loose end gripped by your left hand. That way, if you get into trouble, all you have to do is release the rope/tape tow line. I repeat, NEVER hard tie to the towed bike. It’s ridiculously dangerous - to both riders and both bikes.

    G58G58Prieš 4 mėnesius
  • Every time I watch your vids bro, I’m bugged by one enduring conundrum: As a guy who has also always looked young for my age, What’s it like being in your 30s and still being asked for ID in bars? Thank you for sharing these tips. Another is to remember just how strong and useful duct tape is, and how readily its glued side sticks together. You can create a totally watertight seal this way. Fuel and oil will prevent it from holding, and heat will degrade it over time. But my Ford Mondeo has a gaiter of the stuff which I renew periodically. Ergo, air leaks on the inlet side can be fixed semi permanently using a combination of duct tape and wire around the inlet and carb or accelerator body. You can make gaskets from it too. Remove the cardboard core to save space. Ride safe, and beware of moose during the rutting season 😜

    G58G58Prieš 4 mėnesius
  • blue lights prohibited on any non police/emergency vehicles in Oregon and Washington

    BeerGrillsBeerGrillsPrieš 4 mėnesius
    • There are cities in china where motorcycles are banned too... Which has as much to do with this video as your comment does i.e. something in this video is forbidden in another place than were this was filmed.

      SvampmolnSvampmolnPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • shame that having blue lights on my machine is illegal without permission

    Markoska321Markoska321Prieš 4 mėnesius
  • great tips, thanks!

    David FalgoutDavid FalgoutPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • Love your channel!!!

    Nicholas GentryNicholas GentryPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • I like this kind of videos a lot.

    FrederikFreezeFrederikFreezePrieš 5 mėnesių
  • I fucking love your content dude, great video editing, excellent research and sourcing... Entertaining and informative, you don't get that often.

    Doc PDoc PPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Now i know where to put my weed..

    Aoi AkumaAoi AkumaPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Fucking prick this dude eh

    svislavsvislavPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • ay this is not hate but you like the kid bully from shark boy and lava girl

    Landon ListLandon ListPrieš 5 mėnesių
    • How do you know he likes that kid? ^^

      SvampmolnSvampmolnPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • Hahahaha I wouldn't trust that compass in my life, and neither should you. Anyways, compasses without a map only really help to "get lost more north" As they say.

    Pedro PáramoPedro PáramoPrieš 5 mėnesių
    • Why would you only use a compass to go north? :P

      SvampmolnSvampmolnPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • Jesus loves YOU!!

    Iosif TodorIosif TodorPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • FortNine teaching us how to smuggle drugs with that last one

    Josh DobisJosh DobisPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Omg you are so dumb. #wanabe #knowitall

    Divan LootsDivan LootsPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • The nylon strap should be a wider strap if you're planning to use it as a tourniquit. For the siphon, a safety siphon (basically a pvc tube with a check valve on the end that goes into the tank you're draining and jiggle up and down until a siphon is started) is more expensive than just a simple tube, but also far cheaper than the quick disconnect

    Isaac KarjalaIsaac KarjalaPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Ratchet straps. I would up picking up a pair of 10 footers, a couple months back, when Indorfot the adjustable hngees, and had to pick up a 50 pound bag of dog food. I use them all the time now. Zip strips, as others have mentioned, small and large. If it comes to having to use your boot laces to ad that extra but of security, you can use them to keep you boots on. Small ones can also be used to close a.serious wound, AKA, field expedient sutures. Learned that one on a hog hunt, when dad's friend got tagged.with a tusk. Had tinuse a thin pocket knife to cut insertion slots, but it kept him from bleeding out. I'm mainly a street rider, but I do trails as well. If you have a dual sport, instead of an ADV, they make small bottles and mounts, that can be hooked to the bars or frame, that holdnbstween a liter, and a liter and a half, of fuel. I keep on in my saddlebags, on my street bikes, because someone, not me,.keeps forgetting to return the petcock to Run, after riding to the station on reserve. Had to push my wife's Shadoe TWICE, because of that. Lens wipes. MIT just for glasses, but face shields, vudirs, goggles, Nd e en windshields, after a hoard of mosquitoes decide your bike is the one to commit mass suicide on. Dry bags/boxes, and ziplock bags. Adds an extra water proof container for the bike's documents, your phone, and other things you don't want getting wet. Also a.good place to keep 4 13 gallon tall kitchen bags, for saddlebag dey bags, or, to use as dry liners for shoes and pants, when the road is still damp, or it's raining, nut not enough to pull out the rain sujt. Some places have flat rolled duct tape. Small enough to fit in a pocket, but also good to secure the above bags to your legs. Get Gorilla neand, and it, and a tooth pick, can be used as a temporary patch on a pinhole leak in a coolant hose.

    kevin foxkevin foxPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Very good. And zip ties various sizes + lengths. Lots. Extremely light.

    Paul O'ConnorPaul O'ConnorPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Omg... I’m quite jealous you can be so remote in Canada to seriously need this stuff. Here in Germany, you can simply walk from everywhere within an hour to the next gas station or town. 😅 Keep up your good vids! They are great! 🤙

    Tobias RTobias RPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Always carry some zip ties

    ini922ini922Prieš 6 mėnesių
  • His personality is the type a kid that over pays for bud

    Dale GroffDale GroffPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Great vid! Thanks for great ideas :)

    Magnus EngelmarkMagnus EngelmarkPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Laughs in saddle bags

    OBrienOBrienPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • I still don't know how I feel about the quick disconnect i have a tee valve for mine but I built my bike from scrap metal so i had a lot of options to choose from

    eli.l.t bitrickeli.l.t bitrickPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • They say after the Apocalypse only Russians would survive I guess, that Canadians are more likely to do so... Of course, until Russians ever think about any instruments and tools))))

    Никита ЕрёменкоНикита ЕрёменкоPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • You can either a) buy the survival kit, install it, learn how to fish and snare game and hope that there are enough critters around that will obligingly allow you to catch them, b) just learn which which wild plants and fungi are edible, or c) realise that if you've got enough water, you can survive well over a month without food, so the idea that you need food is a myth in virtually all survival situations, a piece of plastic and a pair of containers are all you need to make a urine still, which is the single most important device for helping you survive in the wilderness. I'd say that these go in order of decreasing stupidity.

    Sean SinghSean SinghPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Old vid but where im from you put blue lights on your car or bike your getting tickets till you pull them off if you dont they will lock you up... Speaking from experience...

    RED vapezRED vapezPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Uk banned using turnikets 3 years ago. Now we can use it again

    InsertLifeInsertLifePrieš 7 mėnesių
  • What would Jerimiah Johnson do?

    tim johnsontim johnsonPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • "I didn't even have to drink any" Yeah, just have to do it a few times.

    tim johnsontim johnsonPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • was going to say the foam can be used to start a fire

    Mod My DucatiMod My DucatiPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Every video I watch the humor gets more and more hilarious!!

    Andrew bAndrew bPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Thanks for saying Newfoundland properly Ryan.

    Yammie Tom ogradyYammie Tom ogradyPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Of course no one likes to bump a police officer. We all know that results in a insta-chase with 2-3 stars. But bump the pleb next to the officer and everything is a-okay :D Has Hot Pursuit or GTA taught you nothing?!

    Porsche DuésnburgPorsche DuésnburgPrieš 8 mėnesių
  • Blue lights are actually illegal where I live

    GxPottsGxPottsPrieš 8 mėnesių
  • If it were you sole purpose in life to make a bad video I don't think you could do it ..... full of accurate information comedy is on point as well

    Salvatore DiGrigoliSalvatore DiGrigoliPrieš 8 mėnesių
  • "Pretty much anything that falls off of your bike can be wired back on in a pinch." Even as a superbike rider, I can vouch for this and wish I had heard this advice sooner. Had my kickstand bolt back out on a ride and lost the bolt. Kickstand bouncing all over the road under my foot and I had nothing to reattach it with. Thought that the safest bet was to cut it loose, hoping the sensor would still register the stand in the "up" position. It didn't. The bike wouldn't run, and I had to sit on top of the bike (nothing to lean it against) for 3 hours while my buddy rode back to get my truck and trailer and drive it back to me to haul it away. Lesson learned.

    boostedMboostedMPrieš 8 mėnesių
  • What happens if I get attacked by a bear , will the blue lights work in that situation ?

    Karlo MoharićKarlo MoharićPrieš 8 mėnesių
  • If you're a world traveler you need to be aware that the blue lights are highly illegal in a lot of countries though. Only emergency vehicles are allowed to use them. In that case it's probably better to simply add more and/or better lights to your bike in general and not pick them based on color. :)

    Gnawer ShrethGnawer ShrethPrieš 8 mėnesių
  • You can get a mated pair of the same quick disconnects from Amazon for $7.99 . They are also used on sleep number beds to connect air pump to the mattress.

    Coy HilronCoy HilronPrieš 8 mėnesių
  • If you have to tow a bike tie the towrope to the tower vehicle then thread the rope through the headstock on the centreline and grip it by hand to the twist grip so if you let go the rope just pulls out harmlessly . Obviously, if you tie it to the towed bike and there is a problem all you’ll get is sparks and bruises as you drag it down the road. Then, all braking is done by the towed bike so the rope always stays taught. I’ve done this successfully in the past. At my older age I wanted to pass this on in case younger riders don’t know how to do it. Forgive me if I’m stating the obvious to those who know already.

    JabbaJabbaPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • Hi, so when making a tourniquet you want at least a 2 inch wide strap or you will just be cutting into the leg instead!

    -KLG- Assassin-KLG- AssassinPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • What episode does he dress like Joffrey?

    Trails Of BeersTrails Of BeersPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • What model is your bmw

    Carter Rainey vlogsCarter Rainey vlogsPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • Really like your videos, great narration, not the norm. Great content!!! A Rider!!! Like it!! Well done.

    RaulBiciBikeRaulBiciBikePrieš 10 mėnesių
  • I love the idea for the blue police fashioned light. But here in Australia in the over legislated state of Queensland lol we would get fined by our local authorities very big for doing something like that, and ask our government it would not be about raising revenue would it haha. Ryan even though it would be an amazing idea to repel idiot drivers who tailgate you all time, or lunatics who cut you off is it legal in Canada ?

    Artistry IgnitedArtistry IgnitedPrieš 10 mėnesių
  • I just fill my saddle bags with toilet paper.

    Jerry GJerry GPrieš 10 mėnesių
  • Installing blue lights is illegal here in the US.

    MattingrayMattingrayPrieš 10 mėnesių
  • We use those quick connect fittings in medical clinic and yes they will form cracks in them if you abuse them but generally they wont leak or crack on there own. They can even withstand some pretty high heats too.

    Mike alllMike alllPrieš 10 mėnesių
  • What bike is he using as a example

    Griffin YazelleGriffin YazellePrieš 10 mėnesių
  • Important survival components missing are 1) Water Purification 2) Space Blanket. Possibly 3) Distress Flair if you go deep into the wilderness.

    undercrackers56undercrackers56Prieš 10 mėnesių
  • Nothing aginst survival kits, but most of them have like two useful things in them, tops.

    III VanceIII VancePrieš 11 mėnesių
  • 3:02 that’s illegal tho???

    Ranger GlovesRanger GlovesPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • I just wanna know how tf this guy somes up with his rhymes

    GraviolyGraviolyPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Nylon ties.

    chabonazo0chabonazo0Prieš 11 mėnesių
  • do not use those plastic fuel connectors, they get brittle and break, there are all metal versions that are much safer.

    Adam BeverleyAdam BeverleyPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Should've used the quicksteel at 5:25 for the KLR video! Would've been a perfect testament to its use.

    Mikhail AnatoliyMikhail AnatoliyPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • The wire is for snaring and the foil is a mylar blanker

    just a russain yeti with internet accessjust a russain yeti with internet accessPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Word of warning in the UK blue lights are illegal as it is viewed as impersonating a police officer.

    Dylan Mckay-ForemanDylan Mckay-ForemanPrieš metus
  • If papa yam recommends, I auto subscribe! Thanks fortnine, from YammieNoob fan.

    Hezekiah DaysonHezekiah DaysonPrieš metus
  • The only blue light allowed on a non emergency vehicle is the head light high beam indicator on the dash, this is written into the road traffic act in all modern countries and includes blue reflectors and those headlights that have a blue tinted ring around them. Any light fitted to a vehicle must work the way it was designed to, no fakes or blown bulbs. Truckers often break the law by putting a row of lights on top of the cab the only lights allowed up there are those required to show the height and width of the vehicle. The police do not usually stop road users for lights other than those fitted by the manufacturer and are the least required by law to put a vehicle on the road.

    Sidney EastonSidney EastonPrieš metus
  • Exsanguination? Great word!

    David BesantDavid BesantPrieš metus
  • Great advice but putting that blue light in the uk might land you with impersonating police and thats a big thing here 😬

    stewiestewiePrieš metus
  • Go out into the field and practice your survival kit. Especially the compass and fire starting parts....

    Armando GonzalesArmando GonzalesPrieš metus
  • Haaaaa- YAAH!!!

    L.J TurnerL.J TurnerPrieš metus