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Wink Y10 Fiberglass Panels for "mono" riders

Hey guys,
I came up with these fiberglass panels to cover the passenger bracket mounting holes and the sub frame recall bracket for my Y10 F4. Primer only, as I don't have any MV Agusta silver paint yet. (These were primed with a rattle can.)

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Thumbs up Nice work

Looks good! Just needs nice SS dome head cap screws ans she'll look sweet.
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That's very inventive - I do appreciate that kind of thinking & can do attitude. Well done! Next step carbon?


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Looks good! Just needs nice SS dome head cap screws ans she'll look sweet.
Thanks MRT,
I live out in the county in Ga. I sure do miss Orchard Supply, In Ca, there was one 1/4 mile from my house. Out here in Ga, all I could find is John Deer Fastners,
I'll round so button-heads up, this week.
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Thanks MRT,
I live out in the county in Ga. I sure do miss Orchard Supply, In Ca, there was one 1/4 mile from my house. Out here in Ga, all I could find is John Deer Fastners,
I'll round so button-heads up, this week.
Jeez mate, I could understand if you put John Deere bolts on a harley, that would be an upgrade! But not on an MV

Just kidding, you've done some nice work there and with the screen.
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Jeez mate, I could understand if you put John Deere bolts on a harley, that would be an upgrade! But not on an MV

Just kidding, you've done some nice work there and with the screen.
Thank You, MRT, Much Appreciated!
I was joking about the temp. hardware, those were pulled out of my spares bin.
Could have come off any bike iv had over thar last 20yrs.
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That's very inventive - I do appreciate that kind of thinking & can do attitude. Well done! Next step carbon?
I'm gonna make a few sets in Fiberglass for now, these are the first ones, and Im gonna make a couple of minor adjustments, before I do Carbon Fiber. Thanks MVista!!
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That looks really good Mark, be good to see the painted product.

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That looks really good Mark, be good to see the painted product.
Coming Soon Donsy,
I Appreciate you opinion, thank you.

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