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what do you guys think would look better with black number plate backgrounds?

(im still deciding either the FX signature or hot wheel backgrounds)

black fork guards and a black front fender?

or a white front fender?

im having trouble visualizing it...

maybe someone has pics of a crf that some what resembles it?

i also just got a pair of WHITE odi grips :banana: there sick! im not gonna run them till the weather pemits though

PLEASE HELP GUYS! ill be ordering them within the next few days

i was messin with paint, heres a few different combos

http://s371.photobucket.com/home/XxCharlesMansonxX/set/1089

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and which backgrounds do you think would pull it all together the best?

the signture or hotwheels?

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post a pic of your bike so we can get an idea. Its sorta confusing.

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Id say if your gonna replace it stay with all the same color not red shrouds, black fenders, and whit number plates for example. If you want black backgrounds try it with your plastics right now then if you dont like it switch up some colors. Dont get caut up in cosmetics it ends up being a waste trust me! and keep the whit fork guards. try a mr clan magic eraser on that fram eit looks dirty.

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ya but id be ordering through motorsport, this way im spending exactly 100 bucks and i get free shipping.

maybe ill have one of my local shops order in some backgrounds for me though, just the pre printed not custom

i ended up selling my 94 kx for 1500, when all i did was some powdercoating and put new rims on it.

i know my bikes not gonna sell for higher just cause of the few things im buying, but i take alot of pride in my bikes, especially when i fixem up myself,

maybe i do it because of childhood trauma or something, lol

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so what exactly are you trying to accomplish? what kind of look for your bike?

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im gonna get black fork gurds and number plates anyway,

the question is,

white or black front fender?

i want it to look different then other people bikes, so i wanna get the white front fender, but its 17 bucks more(im okay with that though if it looks a ton better then just black), and im not sure how ityll look.

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how about white fenders and shrouds and black everything else? how is a different color fender a different price???

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ya i posted it in the photshop inquiries thread.

because the only white fender on motorsport is the cycralite, with the vents in the back, its sick!

how bout this one,

white front fender, and red number on black backgrounds?

oh snap

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Contrary to what you mentioned, trickin'-out a bike to look like it is raced, is not goin' to enhance its resale value. A thorough maintenance regime and a clean stock looking bike, will always get my second-look.

To be honest I can't imagine why someone would want to field all those questions, about whether you race or not, by making it look like a race-bike. To each his own, I suppose.

Good-Luck:thumbsup:

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hmmm.. a whole plastic kit ay?

but then ill need to buy shroud graphics and fork guards, thats another 80.

i wanna get a rear fender becaause the side panels have white AND red on them, so a white fender..or black, wouldnt really flow together.

but if i get the plastic kit it wont have that red, ityll look like a 09:thumbsup:

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if you plan on getting a new bike then id say dont even touch it unless something breaks or cracks.

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