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How do you get the graphics over exhaust side without

it looking as wrinkled as my tee shirts at the bottom of closet?

Also just starting to ride after 20 year lay off using wr for hardpacked tight motocross track. Power is fine

any ideas for suspension ? 6'1 and 180lbs. Any tips

would be appreciated. I am sure a YZ is the right bike

but for a over forty novice the WR seems very forgiving.

Great site and thanks for the help.

Is this my midlife crisis wanting to race 30 years after

my last race or just the kid in me saying go for it...

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To get the graphics over nicely first heat them up with a hair drier.Not tooo hot just enough to be pliable.Then peel off the backing paper and put a LIGHT mist of windex on the graphics.Place the graphics where it looks right and push the center of the graphics donw with a credit card.It will look like a horizontal line.Next press down the top with a credit card using heat when necessary.Finally do the bottom side of the line you made.The bottom is the tricky part and will probally take some extra heat.Once you are satisfied with how your graphics look take a hair drier and go over the whole graphics and make it fairly warm.This will heat up the addhesive and make it stick better.

Hope that helped,

Austin

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Becasue it allows them to be slippery and not stick to the plastic right away and it allows you to move the graphics and get them where you want them before perminatly sticking them.

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