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Contest Round 2 Winner Announced! - MotoFXGraphics.com "Graphics for Life"


Bryan Bosch

Congrats to ThumperTalk Member xxcody2gunsxx! The custom MX graphics that he designed using the MotoFXGraphics.com "MotoWrapR" won round 2, gathering the most community "Likes". We can't want to see the installed pictures on his bike! As soon as we get our hands on them, we'll be sure to share. Nice job Cody!

Contest Round 3 is now live, so if you played round 2, but didn't win, you can enter again. Of course, we'd love to have new contestants to get in on this deal. The odds of winning are pretty spectacular and you can't win if you don't enter!

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This is Awesome news !!!! 

 Thanks and Cant wait to install the graphic's and show it off  :thumbsup:

 

Hey Cody,

 

Our marketing guy will be contacting you today via email to get details from you for your graphics so we can get them sent out asap. Congrats!

 

MotoFX Graphics - www.motofxgraphics.com

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Cody, checkout the real deal installed from round 1! Looks great!

 

 Yes It Sure does !!!  I'm so pumped  and excited   can't wait to see it come together 

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