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post #1 of 48 (permalink) Old 05-19-2010, 06:01 AM Thread Starter
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My F4 1078 CF project

Today i finally recived my CF body kit only waiting for CF gas tank. I'm Planing to paint it in oryginal white/black(carbon) What do You all think will it look ok or should i do somethink different???










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If it was my bike and I had CF for:

Front mudguard
Fairing
Seat unit
Undertray
Air tubes etc

All that I would do is apply a ventureshield kit to it and leave it in raw carbon finish, assuming that it is all clear coated ?

The target is weight saving but the visual impact of everything in CF weave is beyond compare. Also paint adds weight.

Get some CF wheels too


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BST is on my list but I think next year allso want to do all magnesium parts and change suspension for MUPO EVO3. This Year was all carbon fiber parts

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post pics when installed
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paint it matt black or leave it carbon, IMO anyway.
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you missed some. i'm not seeing a chain guard or rear hugger in that pile...:P
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Myself i would paint it in the veltro colours and if i had the money for the carbon fibre that is exactly what i will do
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I have all cf bits (air ducts, v-pice, rear hugger, chain guard upper and lower) but they are on the bike allready My tank will arrive in 2-3 weeks I will update photos when finished

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paint the bike like your bike is painted now..... (white/black) but leave the black part carbon.... I think too much carbon showing is like having all gold teeth.
The stock color scheme will look nice when you switch the carbon with the black paint.

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That's what I'm thinking about

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