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post #1 of 78 (permalink) Old 08-27-2013, 09:36 PM Thread Starter
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First mods done to my bike. Plastidipped rear sets, passenger foot rest brackets, and heat shield. I also added some led turn signals.

Here is a photo of my LeoVince GP Corsa full exhaust. You can see the high flow "cat" here. The full exhaust does not have brackets for the stock heat shield, so if you want to retain it you will have to fab some brackets. The full exhaust is LOUD without the baffle installed.

In this photo you can see the Ducati Panigale R inspired stripes I made for the front.

Not much to see here. A slightly modified rear fender and some smaller turn signals.


I'll be posting here as I make more modifications.

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post #2 of 78 (permalink) Old 08-27-2013, 10:30 PM
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nice blank canvas

not sold on the stripes
not that they look bad ....just not sold on them
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nice blank canvas

not sold on the stripes
not that they look bad ....just not sold on them
I don't like the ones on the back at all but I'm planning on getting a seat cowl and I'll change them then
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I don't like the ones on the back at all but I'm planning on getting a seat cowl and I'll change them then

thats what it is ....the rear


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thats what it is ....the rear


Sorry to Hijack this thread, but i have a question for Big3, that HONDA decal on the lower fairing, I too will be blacking out the Stainless Heat Shield (triangle), Is it possible to place that decal on the heat shield or will it bubble??? Also what is the difference with a carbon fibre Decal??? Is it a reference to colour or Material used??
I had seen in a previous thread where one of your customers had a Hot Pink located one there.
I'm interested in getting 2 Decals Carbon Fibre Reflective (One for each side of the bike) in the same silver colour as the Honda tank wings logo on the tank for my Black CBR500R, also Price to Ship to Sydney, Australia.

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the stripes at front looks like ducati paningale1199 ones.
overall, it looks good and welcome.
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Sorry to Hijack this thread, but i have a question for Big3, that HONDA decal on the lower fairing, I too will be blacking out the Stainless Heat Shield (triangle), Is it possible to place that decal on the heat shield or will it bubble??? Also what is the difference with a carbon fibre Decal??? Is it a reference to colour or Material used??
I had seen in a previous thread where one of your customers had a Hot Pink located one there.
I'm interested in getting 2 Decals Carbon Fibre Reflective (One for each side of the bike) in the same silver colour as the Honda tank wings logo on the tank for my Black CBR500R, also Price to Ship to Sydney, Australia.

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The heat shield would melt the vinyl. Your best bet would be to get a vinyl stencil and paint it on with high heat paint
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The heat shield would melt the vinyl. Your best bet would be to get a vinyl stencil and paint it on with high heat paint
My belly pan/heatshield is wrapped in carbon fibre pattern vinyl. It's been three months and it's perfectly fine.

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Wer did u get da led light signal thanks its awesome...
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I bought them at a local dealer but if you search for Lockhart Phillips Turn 6 signals on amazon or eBay they are about twenty bucks.
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