I got a nice scratch on the sticker next to the left headlight. Does anyone have experience in blending in the scratch with the rest of the sticker, or getting them replaced?
My dad is into model building.... Model railroad building. There's guys out there who put alot of effort into making things look authentic. Making rivets look dirty, rust, paint chips, exhaust staining, so I can understand from that viewpoint, not the Starbucks fake dirt cred however.... the "Splash Mud" is crazy - that it even exists. ¯\(°_o)/¯
Yikes...was anyone in the machine? I'm 6'6" and I would have had one he!! of a headache after that run-in.CowboyState - this happened last summer to our brand-new $14,000 Pioneer P700 SxS... summer storm ... frame damaged... totaled.... not insured... now THAT'S a boo-boo...
Replacing the stickers is a simple task.
Hi! Mr.AT-DragonThe OEM stickers are on with a semipermanent glue, so just some heat from a hairdryer or heat gun and slowly pull them off. They come off fairly easy, just keep them warm and slow constant pressure they’ll pull off with no glue left behind..
@TETSUHIRO Where did you get the spray from?
This paint is the genuine Africa Twin color spray paint sold by Daytona.
I'm not sure if it's sold overseas, but I'll give you the model number.
Pearl Glare White (H68P)
＋ Pearl coat (PB18)
＋ Clear coat (urethane/acrylic) paint will be required.
Can you explain what happened to your cowling and how you fixed it? Also where did you order the sticker?
I bought it directly from a Honda dealership. You need a parts list to buy it by mail order, but there are some places that sell it online. For reference.Can you explain what happened to your cowling and how you fixed it? Also where did you order the sticker?
I really want to fix it up myself but can't find videos on how to do it.