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anyone use trackwraps? when i get back to Japan, i was thinking about wrapping my race fairings with the stuff. not sure what pattern/ color yet, tho. i have heard that it's pretty durable stuff, holds fiberglass together even after a few crashes. also, i'm planning on turning my 750 into a track bike. any insight is welcome.

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doing exactly the same to my f4 750
damn you. 30 seconds ago i'd never heard of them. now i'm emailing them to find out how much i'll need to cover my race panels

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Never heard of them before....thanks Nick.....Triumph 675 coming up for a wrap!

edit; I like the 'bones' design...... Randy can wrap his 575 in the 'Benjamins' print

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well then, glad to be of assistance! LOL! j/k. nah, i saw their (small) ad in Roadracing World Magazine. i love that mag. anyways, i'm looking at possibly doing carbon and red. idk yet.

so anyone who already has a trackbike, what did you do to it to get it prepped for the track and what kind of equipment do you use?

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...... Randy can wrap his 575 in the 'Benjamins' print
Why do you think I named Jackie's big horse Benjamin? ....cause it's all about the Benjamins......


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Great stuff, if you're patient and are good at applying decals/stickers, etc...go for it, if not, spend a couple of hundred and have it professionally installed, as it aint easy, regardless of what the ads say.
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alright! some good info! i'll have to look into that, because i tend to get aggrivated easily. especially with bubble under vinyl. LOL! thanks!

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