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just a mock up for now.. will get it centered and straight when I complete all the wiring

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need ideas on clolors for my bike?????? should I stay with the black and white or should I change it up? If so I was looking for something basic. Something I can do with plasti dip and rattle cans. Don't have the cash right now for new fairings....
current paint is rattle can. Going to start removing the paint today.

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^ don't know any taggers... thinking of taking it to my tattoo guy and letting him go to town...

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+1 on the swing arm...Black would go a lot nicer.

Edit: I like the white bike also
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Plate bracket looks good but won't your tag keep smashing into your hugger during suspension movements...?
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+1 on the swing arm...Black would go a lot nicer.

Edit: I like the white bike also
Thanks! yeah probably going to stay with the white/black... swing arm is also gettng powder coated black along with the rear sets!

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Plate bracket looks good but won't your tag keep smashing into your hugger during suspension movements...?
I sat on the bike and tried to make it touch by bouncing on it and it didn't touch. I put my wife on the passenger seat and it touched. She never rides with me and the seat is now a cowel so I think I'll be ok. If not i'll have to trim the plate or the hugger... good catch tho. I didn't think about that before!

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So just got my rear wheel bearings in that I ordered from All Balls Racing... It's supposed to be just the rear wheel but I got 5 bearings in the package.. I thought there was only 2 in the rear wheel.....



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First re-build injury! Yeah buddy! result of a flat head screwdriver to the hand



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rear sets, stator and clutch covers plasti dipped black


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Think plastidip will hold up to that heat?

I love white bikes, looks great.

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Yeah I think it will. Worst case I'll peel it off and throw a few coats of high heat paint. I should powder coat but I'm probably going to turn this into a track bike next winter so not going to put to much into it right now!

Pretty sure I'm going to keep the white/black Idig it as well!!

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Hmmmmm think its going to melt and smell like burnt plastic piss....
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I take back that last comment, it may hold up but it will be pushing it....

Straight from the plasti dip website:

Plasti Dip has been tested in temperatures from -30°F all the way up to +200°F. It maintains its flexibility, stretchiness, and other physical characteristics throughout this entire scale. Plasti Dip won’t get brittle or crack in the cold, and it won’t melt or become overly rubbery at high temps.
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Nice. Yeah I read the same after I seen the last post. For some reason though I keep getting bubbles and air pockets so I think Im going to use some high temp bbq paint.

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Painted the stator cover, clutch cover rearsets, passenger pegs and swingarm... I pried with high heat bbq black and top coat with satin black high heat caliper paint..



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