Fun With Rattle Cans & Sticky Backed Vinyl

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RobVTwin
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Fun With Rattle Cans & Sticky Backed Vinyl

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Number board, front mudguard and exhaust cowl repainted. Oh, and an excellent carbon fibre hugger fitted.

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nice clean bike , that
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Very nice and tidy looking :thumbup:
And of course in the best colour :wink: :lol:

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Looks nice mate
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Very nice looking bike and I noticed this as I'm in the process of doing something similar albeit a bit different.
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Did you do this yourself with the peg delete or was it purchased like this.
It looks really good and smoothly done. Very cleanly done and looks like it came this way. Even the can bolt assembly has been changed out as I've done the same on mine.

Nice work and welcome. :clap: :wave: :thumbup:
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Nice work :wave: :thumbup:
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Good job :thumbup:
And as said a very nice and tidy looking bike :clap:
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tidy looking :thumbup:
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misnblu wrote: Thu Nov 26, 2020 11:24 pm Very nice looking bike and I noticed this as I'm in the process of doing something similar albeit a bit different.
854062D9-CF95-4941-BF9B-B1B27B14A9B1.png

Did you do this yourself with the peg delete or was it purchased like this.
It looks really good and smoothly done. Very cleanly done and looks like it came this way. Even the can bolt assembly has been changed out as I've done the same on mine.

Nice work and welcome. :clap: :wave: :thumbup:
I bought a cheap pair of rear pegs to do the peg delete. Saving the originals in case they are ever needed.
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