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Finally finished with my light bike project, it may not be for some of you guys.

I really enjoy it though, enduro by day , light racer by night!!

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Wow - interesting effect!

How did you do it - some sort of luminous tape?



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LED lights under both fenders and the tank, with reflective rim tape for all the outline work.

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Ha pretty cool

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Here she is during the day..new graphics and seat cover.

 

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Neat biggrin

Any problems fitting the decal to the RH side panel?



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Looks great. Someone cut the rear mudguard/fender at some point..

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The decal set was a PIA to install, they are very thick great quality and look crisp and bright. However they are not an exact fit, there was alot of cussing and trimming involved.they ended up going on grreat but anyone that gets a set, my advice is this...get a good pair of scissors and dryfit them before peeling the backing off. The adhesive is very good and will allow a few on off's but dry fitting and trimming is going to help a ton.

And yeah the mudguard has been trimmed by PO..why?? No idea..

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Loving the bikesmilesmile

Well done for doing something different, my boy now wants me to do the same to mine.blankstare



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Ha. Yay for luminous TTR's! You must do it Steve!..

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