I tried it a couple of different ways, and that way is definitely valid. However, I wanted to keep with the current trend, which my good friend at ADR Motorsport started a few years ago. Now everyone is doing it, even in MotoGP
I like the Mv logo over the fairing cut. That is one of the nicer non factory jobs out there. If I were to make one suggestion it would be to move the blue strip on the side panel closer to the leading edge. So that there is a small pin strip of silver between it and the red stripe on the leading edge. That way the tail of it would also lead down into the lower graphics. At the moment the vertical part of the stripe is in the middle of nowhere. Also make the top of that blue stripe parallel to the line of the top of the side panel above dzus fasteners. Doing this may mean you have to move the MV label forward or make it larger to fill the space created by moving the stripe forward.
I would not put the logo parallel to the floor because it will be off angle against the lines of the rest of the graphics.
Just wanted to say I love my very high maintenance F4 and the community.
I feal that Ducati guys seem to always be snobs though (in certain places).
Don't get me wrong it's a total generalization, but in Seattle and Portland they were always the non-bike guys that bought Ducati. Akin to the...
I have another project to start working on. I just picked up a 2007 F4 Senna #25. This bike was owned by George several years ago. I think around 2012 he sold it to this kid. Needless to say that this kid did not take great care of her. I will post some pics tomorrow. I spent 12 hrs on the...
I believe that depending on the year the side stand may always kill the engine in some cases, or may only kill the engine of it is in gear. (I think I’ve read this here a few weeks ago, but may ne mistaken).
I have a 2004 brutale 750s and I cannot start or run the engine on the side...
Can someone assist me I have a 2003 F4 750 I have just replaced the following battery, fuel pump and hoses.
Now it won’t start, it looks like I have no fuel at the injectors, should there be voltage at the injector with the ignition on?.
Or what else could I destroyed in the repair...