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post #51 of 56 Old 10-29-12, 01:15 Thread Starter
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Looks killer man. But do something with that damned ugly ass overflow.
I was thinking about getting a bottle that'd fit in the side of the tail fairing and run the hoses down from there. So it is completely hidden.


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Bike looks great, nice color choice

I think you should look into blacking out the motor. The engine color distracts from the bike a bit and if it was black the paint color would really pop. Search on here, lots of guys did it simply with rattle cans. Just my $0.02
I just don't want to pull the engine out. Never done any of that madness. Seems like it'd be a bit difficult.


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post #53 of 56 Old 10-29-12, 02:22
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I just don't want to pull the engine out. Never done any of that madness. Seems like it'd be a bit difficult.
Lot's of guys do it with the engine in place, here is an example that should be fairly easy and cheap to do. Just a suggestion, but I really think it would bring out the awesome yellow-green paint.

[ame="http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=43859"]I painted the engine also... Love the results! - Triumph675.Net Forums[/ame]

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Looks great! LOVE that color!

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Did you have to change the yokes?

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