my bike is finished iron maiden graphics check it out

garage.php?do=viewattachment&attachmentid=94058Hi whats up, I just got a bunch of things finished on my bike. I just got some new tires avon distanzia's 120/70 front 150/60 back, new head light I forget the name pretty normal made by honda, new front fender, universal supermoto fender by acerbis, new shrouds and rear fender by acerbis, had to cut back fender to get it on, and finaly an iron maiden live after death graphics kit from amr racing that i had to make custom fit at certain spots like back and front fender.:thumbsup: I love this bike and these grahics and had to share it with everyone please comment and let me know what you think. The bikes in my garage as i have the pictures posted only on this site

Thanks for looking

Edited by mysticjin
no pic?


You need to upgrade your acct!

Cool graphics though.

Really nice graphics:thumbsup:

Bad ass! I love it! How durable is it?

Good Job...

BTW...Its easy to copy your pics for posting...


looks sweet, well done dude

sweet , only thing i miss from my ims 3.2 plastic tank is that i can put stickers on it ,

Good Job...

BTW...Its easy to copy your pics for posting...


post a full side shot of the bike

Pretty good on durability so far, it's brand new but I rode it in a storm the other day it was raining real bad I got caught in it but graphics were fine iI think it was hailing too but it was dark and I had thick clothes and a helmet on. I also did some offroading and got a decent amount of mud on it and the graphics stayed on fine no mud got under any edges. I'll post if anything ever happens.

Looks very nice and clean! Congrats on a sweet SM. :smirk:

please comment and let me know what you think.

I'll tell you the truth.

Your soul's gonna burn in the lake of fire.


Dig the monster radiator fins. Awesome DR-Zsm


best thing ive ever seen in my lifE

cool, looks like you did a good job putting them on too

I'll tell you the truth.

Your soul's gonna burn in the lake of fire.


666 The number of the beast, sacrifice is goin on tonight!:ride::lol::lol:

Nice bike dude, don't let the sheep scare ya! :lol:

Tell me whyyyy I have to be a powerslave! I don't wanna dieeee im a god why cant I live oooon!?

Thats ace, I think my next graphics kit will involve a bit of Maidenz :ride:

She fell in love with his greasy machine

She leaned over wiped his kickstart clean

She'd never seen the Beast before

But she left there wanting more, more, more

When she was walking on down the road

She heard a sound that made her heart explode

He whispered to her to get on the back

"I'll take you on a ride from here to eternity


Nice kit....Goot alove "Eddie"

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