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Please don't shout. Chrome?

Hi guys,

What do you think of a Brutale with wheels and exhaust pipes in cermachrome?
Is it daft?

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Don't do it to your Arrow system!
Ok, I was primarily thinking of the exhaust pipes for the ability to disperse heat and other related benefits.
Easy to clean and keep the appearance as new. I thought, after all, it isn't the titanium one.
Chrome is not the only option though, I was also thinking about sterling silver.
That said, the inside only can also be done.

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The wheels were because of somebody having chipped the paint when replacing the tyres.
It isn't obvious at all, but I know it is there.
You can't chip ceramic coating.

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You can't chip ceramic coating.
not true, I have my 848 wheels, 1098 exhaust, F4 exhaust ceramic coating it all chip up


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not true, I have my 848 wheels, 1098 exhaust, F4 exhaust ceramic coating it all chip up
How come? This is supposed to be used even within engine
It is pretty intense inside there.

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How come? This is supposed to be used even within engine
It is pretty intense inside there.
I'll get you pix of my f4 exhaust then you can see


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here is link, http://www.ducati.org/forums/ducati-...c-coating.html
Philducati is my posted, the one with white fairing above the carbon exhaust guard it all mess up, then I have to take it out and redo second time.


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Thanks guys for the head up.
This is always good to keep in mind.
Not quiet what I was hoping for but it is what it is.

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