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post #1841 of 1844 (permalink) Old 12-13-2019, 07:01 PM
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According to the boys who did the job, it was a lot of sanding down, primer and a few coats of white. Don’t make the mistake of trying to pop out the glass. The shop tried to do so and shattered the left mirror. Just mask the mirror heavily and paint as is.

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My 2017 F3 800 colour changed from Red/Silver to Pearl White with an FM Projects exhaust and carbon front fender and carbon rear hugger.

very very nice!. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/images/MVagusta_net_2016/smilies/tango_face_surprise.png[/IMG].. can you give us some details on the turn signal housings and disassembly and paint process?
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post #1842 of 1844 (permalink) Old 01-08-2020, 04:06 PM
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Mounted the high-mount SC-Project titanium pipe and bracket today! Looks mint, just like the F3XX bikes.
There was a slight problem with the bracket not fitting perfectly with the exhaust-can's bracket, as it creates a forced flex on the bracket causing it to chew into the carbon fibre... I left it unmounted for now, but will try with some rubber pieces at the mounting point to allow for some flexibility.

I am hesistant to contact SC-Project thinking it MIGHT be a poorly manufactured bracket, since they wouldnt sell me the bracket and pipe only (without can) to begin with. It is meant for a very similiar can that uses a fixed mounting point and not a bracket like mine (and F3XX) does.









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That looks better than low mount for sure.
I still dont understand why they sell low mount with RC bikes when its suppose to be an RC replica from world supersport.
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That looks better than low mount for sure.
I still dont understand why they sell low mount with RC bikes when its suppose to be an RC replica from world supersport.

I would guess pillion possibilities. Rear footpegs would be challenging with the exhaust in this position.

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