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    ecard New Member

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    I painted a few bits to make it look more aggressive and sporty.
     

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    She is looking good boss!
     
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    Badbilly Official VFRWorld Troll Of The Year!

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    God will strike you down for customizing a perfectly good cookie cutter bike with paint. This bike could be a classic in maybe 30 years and you have ruined it..LOL
     
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    I've not been a huge fan of the looks of the 1200, but what ever you've done with yours I like. Nicely done.
     
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    Nice. What paint is that?
     
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    It's actually powder coating. The name for the color used on the wheels is Mirror Black, and the one used on the rear sets is Matte black.
     
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