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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-12-2019, 11:56 PM Thread Starter
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Inner Fairing (Now Carbon Fiber ) Hydro Dipped

Ok so I have a FLTRX, but really like the blacked out front end ..so I am getting the Front Wheel, Lower Fork Slider, Fork Slider Tins and the Plastic bit that sit above the tins blacked out. I am considering blacking out the engine guard as well. The other thing that I was not keen on was the flat black inner fairing so I have also pulled that off the bike ..now if I just paint it vivid black it will look great ..but I was maybe thinking about getting it wrapped in carbon fiber ? Any other suggestion would be welcome
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-12-2019, 11:59 PM
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Hydrographics. 1000's of patterns, a good shop will clearcoat it and you can get it to look exactly as you'd like to accent.

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but I was maybe thinking about getting it wrapped in carbon fiber ? Any other suggestion would be welcome
Always loved the look of carbon fiber accents on a bike...
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Always loved the look of carbon fiber accents on a bike...
Well I'm also a big carbon fiber fan so you got my vote.

My pin strips are done with carbon fiber, along with my gas tank lid and a few other accented units.

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Hydro dipped inner on my 10 RGC. 4 years old.
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Hydro dipped inner on my 10 RGC. 4 years old.



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Hydro dipped inner on my 10 RGC. 4 years old.
What did you pay for that inner fairing to be dipped if you don't mind me asking?

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OK so the update is I found someone to do hydro dipping. I am getting the Inner Faring, Air Duct, Nacelle/Speedo-Tacho Cluster and Glove Box Lids. It will be done in a Carbon Fire Gloss Look .. He said it will take about two weeks .. I will post some pictures when I get it back before and after fitting it to the bike. He also said due to the shape of the fairing that there will be some stretching of the dipping process mainly where the fairing mounts below that area and he may have to fade it out to black but will let me look at it before hand...
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