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Would the track wraps work on these 2 body parts? I assume it would work on mids, but what about the under seat part?
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OMG... just not my style.

I'm looking at their Web site, though, and I think that the answer to your question is in the Gallery section in the "Custom Copper Camo" picture.

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holy s**t, do you see these two douchb*gs putting it on. i could never do a whole bike
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the copper camo bike has carbon parts it looks like. Thats why I figured I would ask.
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the copper camo bike has carbon parts it looks like. Thats why I figured I would ask.
Oh, I see. I'm pretty certain that that's not carbon fiber; I'm sure that that's their carbon fiber wrap on the subframe. Also, look how part of the plastic that you've circled (the part where your knees would be) is wrapped in copper camo and part of it is wrapped in carbon fiber.
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I wonder how good that cf wrap looks in person...

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That fire wrap looks like burned cheese
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price seem to cost as much as a set of aftermarket fairings???
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I'm pretty sure the wraps will pretty much work on about anything on the bike. Shouldn't have a problem on either of those two parts.

Personally I think the digital camo looks pretty badass. I just wouldn't wrap the entire bike.

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hmm all the control riders in my last track day had these on their bikes. it looks ok i guess in person.
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I think if you take your time with these that they would look really good. Also you have to keep in mind that the guys that started this did it as a way to wrap track plastics. It was not meant to be a solutions for paint. The idea is that if you wreck you can fix the damaged parts with patches and or a new piece.

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I think trackwraps are pretty badass. I've seen some completed bikes in person and it really looks nice.

Plus, when your stupid fast like Mark Stern you can make your bike super girly lookin' so everyone else feels like poo when they get roasted by a pink flower bike......I would if I was that fast.



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I'm a big fan after seeing Largerfather (.net member) with his custom copper camo...


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so not my style.

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