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    Posted: 11 Jan 2017 at 12:02
hi chaps im offing a wrapping service for forum members @ a reduced rate

every colour you can imagine plus more like holgraphics, colour changers, brushed metals, metallics, mattes, satins, glosses, carbon colours and custom designs

clear paint savers

full tanks done in ONE peice with no seams

detailing like mirrors and clock cluster and so on, your only limited by your imagination!

10yrs guarantee on the vinyl and much cheaper than a paint job, and best thing, when you get bored change colours again!

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Whats involved in the process?
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ha lots of burnt fingers and sweat, basicly your using heat to stretch the film and using heat again to set the film so it forms a plastic cover, its a bit of an art form to get it nice and smooth with out bubbles, if you go with too much heat it just burns through or changes colour expecially with the mattes, i started just doing laptop lids and that led to doing small bike parts mainly for myself as i was sick of waiting months for a paint job
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That looks like great work. Where about are you?
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Originally posted by davidrsurfer davidrsurfer wrote:

That looks like great work. Where about are you?
I'm guessing Manchester?


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yes manchester!
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Originally posted by redratbike redratbike wrote:

Originally posted by davidrsurfer davidrsurfer wrote:

That looks like great work. Where about are you?
I'm guessing Manchester?


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You popped up just at the right time unfortunately it's advice I'm after. I got a frame Swingarm and subframe I want to wrap as powder coating here is stupid money and takes week for some reason. So I thought about getting some vinyl and try to wrap it my self ? Could I Praps but the stuff off ya and get loads of help and advice ?
ive just got my first vtwin and i think i got the right one
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Would you be able to quote a wrap for my Yamaha Superjet jet ski????
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Originally posted by Rybes Rybes wrote:

You popped up just at the right time unfortunately it's advice I'm after. I got a frame Swingarm and subframe I want to wrap as powder coating here is stupid money and takes week for some reason. So I thought about getting some vinyl and try to wrap it my self ? Could I Praps but the stuff off ya and get loads of help and advice ?


hi mate ive done a few swing arms in the brushed metals and it looks great, i tend to just wrap to the welds, the last swinger i did had massive goudges, so i filled the smoothed and wrapped!

give me your email and ill send you a high res pic if the stuff i used

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Originally posted by Matt blueflame Matt blueflame wrote:

Would you be able to quote a wrap for my Yamaha Superjet jet ski????


ooooo that would be fun, yes is the answer!!
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blue/grey arctic or blue /grey digital camo, with Yamaha Superjet logos on top please.

can you quote me.
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sure ill work it out and pm you:)
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hows this



and may i have a rough estimate on the lenth, width and the height please
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Length 2.24m, width 0.7m, height 0.66 min, the underside would look great in white reflective as I jump and freestyle.
🤙🏻💪🏻👌🏻🤘🏻

Or glossy black carbon like the pole, preferably not 4d though for drag reasons.

Top and sides in snow camo, with fairly small colour swatches, due to the surface area being smaller than the lambo I saw on Google.

Also the pole is approx 1.2m long x 250mm wide x 60mm deep in gloss 4d carbon please.
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hi matt, i think the underside will be an issue as the wrap may just gouge as you hit the jumps and then look crap after a while

am i right in thinking the pole is the thing you hold on for dear life lol

so your labour is £300 and youll need at least £100 in camo wrap, the carbon is expensive @ £40 for the pole and what ever detailing you want

newark on trent?

your at least 2hrs from me and ill need it for a good few days
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No Jumps 4vr, its all about pure 2 stroke power Thumbs Up

But launching can and beaching does scuff the bottom to be fair. 

Nice comment about the pole, you do kinda grip on for dear life.

Thanks for the quote but Mr HMRC has his teeth into me for a bigger than usual tax bill to be paid by end of the month. So it'll have to wait, Ill use the rest of off season to fit my High (er) compression head, carbon reed valves and an uprated steering cable for now...... 

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small update



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V4r,a full wrap or whatever you are prepared to do on a 2009 R1 track bike .White with personal ( Company ) logo . If you don't want to do the tank ,we understand so logo will do for that.
Ball park figure will do too and we will give you an answer from that.
Bike is in Hindley, Wigan,  near your neck o woods. We will bring to you and logo is on van.
Can get a message and pics across from of our van.
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How much is it to get a millie gen1 swingarm wrapped.
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LOL   You could be the first to have a wood effect swing arm, they seem to be catching on in the world of trendy phones Wink
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I fancy the carbon look swing arm.
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Originally posted by IanG IanG wrote:

LOL   You could be the first to have a wood effect swing arm, they seem to be catching on in the world of trendy phones
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why not I may just do it to piss people off ha ha


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Why not indeed LOL


Reminds me I once read a magazine article about an engineer that made a wooden bike frame out very thin marine ply.

Fantastic looking thing,it was built out of many pieces slotted and glued together in an egg box construction, it was powered by a triumph twin engine.

This had been rebalanced to have all the out of balance forces operating in the vertical plane and the engine was pivoted at the swing arm and located at the front by a compressible strut allowing it to absorb all the forces harmlessly.


Dare to be different I say Wink
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4vr, I don't suppose you can match the Dream Blue of the 2007/08 model year Tuono's could you?


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sorry guys, ive been away working and havent logged in for a while, here are some more updates and ill answer any questions, my apologies!!













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Originally posted by Stegedman Stegedman wrote:

How much is it to get a millie gen1 swingarm wrapped.


hi mate what colour are you thinking i have some brushed metals from black to Ti to silver

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Originally posted by IanG IanG wrote:

4vr, I don't suppose you can match the Dream Blue of the 2007/08 model year Tuono's could you?




can you post a pic im sure there will be some thing that matches
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That carbon tank looks great. Could you send me a rough price for doing the full fairing on a gen 2 rsvr ?
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I's there any issues with wrapping a fuel tank and the problem with them swelling
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