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Another Satin Black paint thanks to illsynd....

My bike was graphite with the ugly Union Jack logo on the front, so I had it repainted Satin Black by member illsynd (send him a message and see what he can do for you) and the rear subframe powder coated red. I 3m carbon wrapped some parts for now. Still need to get some decals... I need more pictures but its 330 am and im at work trying to stay awake. Ill take better ones eventually.

And to illsynd... Thanks again! It looks awesome, couldn't be happier
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post #2 of 19 Old 08-26-12, 06:53
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Nice!!! Really diggin' that bike!!


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Gotta get those covers painted too. Looks good. Mine looks like that in race trim (only with a white tank) and I love it
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Gotta get those covers painted too. Looks good. Mine looks like that in race trim (only with a white tank) and I love it
+1 but don't paint it, powder coat them red to match the rear frame. thank would be sick! bike looks nice. I love the way the daytona's look! I just powder coated my covers black, I'll get the pics posted once I get the gaskets in to put the bike back together!

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+1 but don't paint it, powder coat them red to match the rear frame. thank would be sick! bike looks nice. I love the way the daytona's look! I just powder coated my covers black, I'll get the pics posted once I get the gaskets in to put the bike back together!
Thanks! I know I want to powder coat them. Just a little hesitant on taking them off. I've read a lot of pita posts about the alternator cover..


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Looks sweet!

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That's awesome! :)

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