I responded to an earlier post in here http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=765371 for a person seeking help on pipe-side installation of graphics and this is just as good as any place to post it again for others seeking help.
How to install pipe side decals
On my last bike I used Motocal to design graphics online. They turned out great but I didn't like the online aesthetics. I felt like I should have an online account that would give me better flex for my designs library. Not to mention the methods to get the design the way I wanted was at time archaic. If you have experience with other online DIY graphics engines, I'd like to learn of them.
Hey guys i recently picked up a 1983 cr80r I stripped the whole bike down to the frame to find a couple of issues but when i went online to find parts i needed i looked at plastics and couldn't find anything anywhere i want them to be Nos OEM or a very close replica wondering if anyone knows where i could source some from.
I just received a set of new graphics for my KTM 300. There are no instructions at all, I guess we are supposed to know how to do it.
These look to have a paper backing that you can peal off and then stick on the plastic body panels (sidecover, ec.)
I assume I want to clean the body panels to let the sticky stuff get a good bit. What is a good chemical to use? Contact cleaner? brake cleaner? Acetone? ivory soap?
Any tips and tricks to get a flat graphic to go on smoothly on a compound curved body panel?
So i recently picked up a 2011 450R, and i've been looking high and low at all sorts of graphics kits for it, Really liking the Troy lee kit. Im also kinda liking (don't hate me) The pink version! There i said it!Does anybody have a picture of either on actual riders bikes, They sure look pretty on n-styles website and google etc, but what they look like on factory bikes and your average joe's are slightly different!Cheers!