yep, thats it.....Invisigard....same kit I use on mine....get it at Motowheels for about 80 bucks.twoeleven said:This is the kit I put on the Tamburini...Works great, and practically disappears into the paint. I am a big fan.
DAMN! I sure got shafted!!! I actually bought mine from their ebay store, it was less than $143.00, but I don't remember it being only $80.00! Screwed again.lewdog998 said:yep, thats it.....Invisigard....same kit I use on mine....get it at Motowheels for about 80 bucks.
look under italian parts misc, then MV agusta and you will find it there.
That was about the same as my experience with it, I had it on my '03 R6. I never had it come all the way off, but found it almost impossible to keep it completely stuck on every edge, it would pull up somewhere. And it didn't curve perfectly with the tank, so had a few small bubbles that wouldn't come out.lewdog998 said:I have used both the tankslapper, and it worked ok. there are pros and cons to the "vacuum" stick method.... it worked well for a while, but any break from the surface typically at the edge will cause it to come off. It is usually caused by dirt, or washing. I lost one side and ditched the other. I figure if it comes loose at any part, you need to completely remove, clean and reapply.
Yes, I thought about putting some on my Brutale, so I tried a test piece I had from a car application. It does not look good. I did however place some on my tail piece, which is plastic, not painted, and it works ok, but I only put it there because my tail bag was scuffing the piece.Randy said:Has anyone tried InvisiGARD on a matte black surface? Does it appear glossy? Their site's FAQ doesn't mention this.