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Terminator 2: Judgement Day - Two-Stroke XR100?
In the scene where John is in the Garage with his 1990 Honda XR100, watch him Rev the bike...You will notice that the bike sounds and throttle twist do not match up. This is because a Honda XR100 in REAL LIFE is a 4stroke, meaning its slow and sounds VERY ROUGH (ex- brrrr brrrr....) In the movie, they changed the sounds to a 2-stroke (such as a Honda CR) which sounds very loud (Waaaa..Waaaa..)This clearly came to me since I own a 2-stroke, and ridden THE SAME model XR before used in the movie. And people have said before when he changes gears when exiting the mall, it doesn't match with the sound, this is why.
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Good Hearing, and a slight Knowledge on Dirt bikes
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Steven M on 01-25-2001
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Comments: writes:
I spotted this too. Why do they always do that in movies? I've noticed a few others that change four strokes to two strokes. I used to ride an X.L. 250 and it sounded far better than a "whiney" two stroke. Much less smokey as well. Not that they both aren't great bikes.
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peacebird writes:
They always do it in movies, swap 2stoke sounds for 4 strokes and vice versa. On a Macgyver he had an XL that turned 2stroke one time, but it has happened the other way to, just cant remember which program.
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