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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-19-2007, 06:14 AM Thread Starter
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CAN SOMEONE PLEASE PHOTO SHOP SOME STOCK PERFORMANCE EXHAUST BLACK ON A 910R BLACK AND GREY? THINKING ABOUT CERAMIC COATING MINE OVER WINTER-THANKS van
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CAN SOMEONE PLEASE PHOTO SHOP SOME STOCK PERFORMANCE EXHAUST BLACK ON A 910R BLACK AND GREY? THINKING ABOUT CERAMIC COATING MINE OVER WINTER-THANKS van
my bikes is an 910S instead of an R, but if you look in my gallery you'll see my exhaust ceramic coated flat black.

in fact, here ya go...

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Do you mean like this? Black headers and silencers. Not sure that you will be able to save the etched logo when you coat it. Click on image for a larger version.

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Do you mean like this? Black headers and silencers. Not sure that you will be able to save the etched logo when you coat it. Click on image for a larger version.

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Now that looks shit hot!!
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I dig "blacked out" bikes, but you have to be real careful not to over-do it.

I was blacking out my Brute a bit with carbon fiber, and I blacked out the silver triangle covers near the headstock (on top of the radiator) .... the bike lost a lot of personality when those were gone, so I put 'em back. Kilat's version looks better than I thought it would when I first read the request.
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I like the look of it...but maybe a bit more taper on the end...???
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Do you mean like this? Black headers and silencers.
and black forks.

i think the black forks add to it. i wouldn't black out the radiator trim and rearsets though. too much and the bike loses something.

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kilat, thanks that is exactly what I was looking for. ceramic coat and carbon here I come!!!!!!!!!VAN
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