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MVMerito [James] has been at my place all day carrying out a full detail on my wonderful F4 Millesetantoto.

He has cleaned and cotton buded in every nook & cranny as well as applied wax and polishes to every surface.

If we have enough light left when he has finished, I will post up some photos. It has the seat and pad off, ready to be sent away for a recover and embroidery.


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Photos are too large for here. I am rubbish at resizing or cropping.

Take a look here

http://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/t...99999&nmt=Bike detailed

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I love what you have done with her. Beautiful wheels and the color of the swingarm/frameplates is completely correct.

The only thing I'm a little unsure of is the MV logo on the side fairing.
But however beautiful.

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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-04-2012, 12:28 PM
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Had a look....fantastic!...cleaner than new. The only way to keep it like that is ...staying on top of never letting it get dirty..ie being a fanatical 'cleaner' yourself who can spot a microscopic speck in a recess at 50 paces. Not 'too' hard if you've just one bike....but 2 or 3 bikes and your 'life' gets 'limited'. Looks great.. Cheers Brian
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Looks good fella just gota rider the fucker now ay lol

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Allan, I have only three words for your bike

Just one question, did you consider painting the frame red?

I like the frame plate and swing arm colour. It just seems to me while the bike was dismantled to such a state, it would have been the perfect time for painting.

Just curious that's all.....

If you don't like red frames, all the more power to you Sir
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Allan, I have only three words for your bike

Just one question, did you consider painting the frame red?

I like the frame plate and swing arm colour. It just seems to me while the bike was dismantled to such a state, it would have been the perfect time for painting.

Just curious that's all.....

If you don't like red frames, all the more power to you Sir

I thought that the red frame may be too much with the red tank/seat/fairing etc.


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Great job of detailing and love the swing arm and frame plate colour
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Looks great
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