Vinyl wrap


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  • #34023
    AvatarHouston husqvarna
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    wasVinyl wrapping.

    I visited my friend in Phoenix Arizona and took my tank fairing and bumper to be vinyl wrapped. He does this professionally, (window tint, vinyl wrap and clear bra). It took him 45 minutes each side and 15 minutes for the fender. He also put clear bra on the headlight. A vinyl wrap job should cost around $400. I did a video and will post in youtube if anyone wants to DIY. He doesn’t talk in it because he was focused on the job and the first time trying in on this part. If you consider getting your bike painted, first look into vinyl wrap.

    #34032
    Max KoolMax Kool
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    I like it!

    #34066
    AvatarVatte
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    Hi Houston,

    I’am interested in your announced video upload on youtube. Can you please provide a link to the video?

    Kind regard,

    Vatte

    #34069
    Avatar701Rider
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    Wow!  Looks great!

    #34072
    Avatarhannesd
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    same here, i’d like to see how to get it wrapped in 1 sheet.

    #34068
    djuldjul
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    you can also use plastidip…

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B24aIPMIaR6/

    #34364
    AvatarHouston husqvarna
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    Here is the video on YouTube,

     

     

     

     

    #35963
    Avatarratlicker
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    How did you get the fairing to the leftmost in the picture off? I have a svartpilen 401 and plan to do a DIY wrap starting with the smaller fairing under the passenger seat (the one that says vitpilen in the picture its to the left of the bike), could you point me in a direction of some way to remove it from the bike? I dont see anything in the manual and I have been looking online but can only find guides on the tank and the bigger plastics… please help

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