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so a while ago i had posted to see if anyone had used the product...not many ppl replied so i thought i would give it ago anyway and show you guys the results..

first attempt and im relatively happy...need some practice for tight corners and things like that..... so here it is...

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-07-2011, 10:05 PM
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Looks pretty good!

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A good job applying it mate but why bother just get carbon

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Looks nice.

I may try it also but not my OEM parts. Just to see how it looks.
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looks good. So how is it applied?.

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I was thinking of this for my hugger because it provides a nice matte finish - that came out very nice.
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And the point of adding weight to the bike is?

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And the point of adding weight to the bike is?
To slow himself down so you can keep up.
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obviously real carbon fibre is the prefered option, but for ppl that cant afford some of the parts or wants a carbon appearance or decalling it would be prefect..

i did it basically as a 'lets see how this thing turns out' and 'is the product any good'. i dont track the bike is the extra weight it would add i none of my concern....

it can be applied to basically any surface or shape and is self adhesive....lots of vids on youtube showing diffferent applications and even methods of application...
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