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post #11 of 18 Old 02-05-17, 20:22
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I'm in the exact same boat. I have a 2015 675R and I strongly dislike all the silver. It looks cheap, mainly the undertail fairing. Here's a picture of mine where you can see it in black. I only plastidipped it for these photos. The plastidip was very cheap but would I do it again? No. The time it takes in pulling a part the tail section (mainly the fender/number plate bracket) and the average finish/strength of plastidip meant I pulled it off shortly after.

I was also looking into Vinyl but the extreme temps from the Daytona gave me doubts. Good to see others have done it with no issues. I'll probably get all the silver bits painted matte black but also curious to see what others have done with this colour scheme. Love the honeycomb up above! Unique points +1
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post #12 of 18 Old 02-06-17, 01:51
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If you weren't on another continent I'd offer to coat all the fasteners in matte black for you. I am setup to do high temp coatings and have a lot of extra in matte black. Could also do the rearset heel guards in matte black no problem
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If you weren't on another continent I'd offer to coat all the fasteners in matte black for you. I am setup to do high temp coatings and have a lot of extra in matte black. Could also do the rearset heel guards in matte black no problem
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post #14 of 18 Old 02-07-17, 15:50
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Unless you want to pay shipping to the US lol. Which is probably going to be a lot. Cant help you on the plastics, the high temp coatings usually just for metal. Just been doing small parts lately, done some turbos for people, but mainly small parts. You trying to black out the lower fairing as well?
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There she is. I love the all black lower fairing I wana do the eyebrows next
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Not the R model but here is mine... looks so much better without the silver bits
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Unless you want to pay shipping to the US lol. Which is probably going to be a lot. Cant help you on the plastics, the high temp coatings usually just for metal. Just been doing small parts lately, done some turbos for people, but mainly small parts. You trying to black out the lower fairing as well?
What state are you in
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Your not so friendly neighbors to the south.
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