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post #21 of 23 Old 12-12-12, 00:00
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Yes. I will break it all down, and take questions. I never thought anyone would want to read it to be honest...

I will do a step by step with a Q&A all the way through, including the weird accessories I plan on installing.

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I am sure anything that proves great results for cheap will always gain attention.

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I will also have a step-by-step carbon fiber section too. For those that want to build carbon parts for themselves too.

I will be making a solo tail section, and protective covers for the motor on the cheap.

If you kids are in to that sort of thing anyway.

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The protective motor covers would be cool, I have seen stuff like that on some of the CRT bikes.

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Sounds awesome, I'm totally interested.

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ahh didn't know it was for race body work. yeah then rattle can is fine. I have used in the past that engine enamel paint that dupont makes, its actually pretty decent and you don't have to clear over it, but you could if you wanted to. But just remember the key to a good paint job is good prep work. If anybody has questions on painting or prepping let me know.
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