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  • tavo1765
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    Here is another pic from the side. I have been in Asphalt mag, cycle dreams, sportbikes are a big thing in NYC but if you go all out and spend big bucks, thieves will be on the hunt, the blk/red bike fell victom to thieves breaking into my shop. All the pc'd anodized red parts were originally polished on the face, then powder coated chrome (laced) along the sides to give a different effect.

    www.wheelieboyz.com is a good site, these guys work next door to my shop.







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  • 11111111
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    I'm not sure if i'll ever be able to bring out my bike into public again after seeing this stuff. my GOD man you have create! send these picts off to the bike mags this stuff is better than what i have seen them do in a long while.
    are the red wheels multiple pieces. i see polished and then red on the rim. how did you seperate the color and could you snap off a closer pict so i caould take a better look. again looks great

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  • tavo1765
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    Sorry about pic size, my pics cant get sized smaller do to me uploading them to the internet.

    Here is another sportbike, I do all the paint, body molding, polish, chrome, and powder coating. Caswell thanks for the nice chrome kit well worth buying.

    The pic is a 1998 model Yamaha R-1 with a 2002 tail fitted to the older subframe. Gucci seat material But whats in the motor is what the bike is really about 185 rear wheel H.P


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  • 11111111
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    hey somebody needs to step you up from newbie thats great work and detail. how about smaller picts so we can see the whole image at once.

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  • tavo1765
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    Blast rim, using Black Magnum mixed with glass beads, sanded down profile with 220 grit sand paper. Washed down with simple green, rinsed with water, pre baked at 425 for 40 mins to outgass, let the rim cool down to 210f then shot aluminum base, baked at 450 for 10mins, put on a green high temp piece with custom graffitti letters I made, shot the blue, baked for another 20 mins at 400f, then cooled fully and removed tape, shot clear, fully cured it for 25 mins.

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  • mtnbiker
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    What was the process/steps you used when doing the blue rims?

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