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I had the chrome foil graphics installed on my bike yesterday.
 

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Awesome!

Skip my Q in the PM ;)
 

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Nice. Looks faster now. :clap:
 

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Looks good! thumb up
 

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Thanks everyone!
 

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Looks good! Seriously considering their flame kit. I've used their pinstripe kits on cars and they go on easy, work well and look good.
 

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Looks good! Seriously considering their flame kit. I've used their pinstripe kits on cars and they go on easy, work well and look good.
Here's another supplier of pinstripe kits...

http://winnerscyclegraphics.com/

I've used these also, on my Wing and they are very high quality.

For those who haven't seen mine...

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Those look good also though not my personal style. I'll check their website. Thanks! By the way what's that you mounted in your lower left fairing? Looks like a compressor.
 

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Those look good also though not my personal style. I'll check their website. Thanks! By the way what's that you mounted in you lower left fairing? Looks like a compressed.
FIAMM air horn ... wakes 'em up pretty good!

Should mention, my graphics are actually for a Yamaha RoadStar.
 

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They both look good. The nice thing is if you get bored with them in a couple of years you can remove them and go with something else. Or if it's sold and the person who buys it doesn't really care for them; they can be easily removed.

A top notch paint job is great but a lot of us don't want to spend that kind of scratch on looks. The graphic kits break up a solid paint job nicely I think and don't look cheap like they did in the old days. Very thin. Almost have to run your fingers over it to tell it's a graphic.

I'll toss a pic of mine although most have already seen it by now. It's the same as the OP's but red. Looks kinda orange against the blue for some reason though. People ask me if I'm a Broncos fan. ;) I used the trunk pieces on the bag lids because I rarely use the trunk these days.

 

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They both look good. The nice thing is if you get bored with them in a couple of years you can remove them and go with something else. Or if it's sold and the person who buys it doesn't really care for them; they can be easily removed.

A top notch paint job is great but a lot of us don't want to spend that kind of scratch on looks. The graphic kits break up a solid paint job nicely I think and don't look cheap like they did in the old days. Very thin. Almost have to run your fingers over it to tell it's a graphic.

I'll toss a pic of mine although most have already seen it by now. It's the same as the OP's but red. Looks kinda orange against the blue for some reason though. People ask me if I'm a Broncos fan. ;) I used the trunk pieces on the bag lids because I rarely use the trunk these days.

Bbob,

I like the graphics on the saddlebag lids! I have clear 3M film on my bags and top of my tank to prevent scratches.

Mike
 

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Bbob,

I like the graphics on the saddlebag lids! I have clear 3M film on my bags and top of my tank to prevent scratches.

Mike
I do too. I simply bought lenghts of 6" wide 3M film and cut it to fit on the front, side, and front end of the bag lids where my boot likes to hit it the right bag in particular. When my XC was less than a week old it caught a small rock on the front of the left bag that put a ding in it. I was not running a lowers at the time.
 
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