Steam my friend. Unlike bare metal, the wrap never completely dries out while its still raining. Its particularly bad when the wrap is fresh; over time it diminishes. Make sure your visor has plenty of anti fog on it.
I think it looks cool. The fact that your bike is red and you have the silver engine does the trick, your bike isn't overloaded with black.I wrapped my exhausts with DEI 1". The roll doesn't cover all the way back to the muffler. I'm looking for opinions about where the wrap ends and whether I should rewrap. I would have to buy 2 rolls and more silicon paint.
Thank you!!Steam my friend. Unlike bare metal, the wrap never completely dries out while its still raining. Its particularly bad when the wrap is fresh; over time it diminishes. Make sure your visor has plenty of anti fog on it.
Funny, I ran into him yesterday at a tradeshow and mentioned this thread. He gave me one of those "and why are you telling me this"-kind of looks.Yeah, Rick Fairless, lol....tie dye guy for sure. I believe he even had one of his customs tie dyed. Sure I saw a picture of it somewhere.
Dude... Trust me it wasn't something I was doing on purpose. I'm not sure how I got that far over... Think it was just dumb luck.I apologize for the hijack but...Rum, that's impressive that you leaned her over enough to scrape the headers!!!
I'm still trying to get rid of my chicken strips.
I wrapped this TBS with grey header wrap and spray painted it with high temp black paint. I really like the way it looks.
I ran the bike and burned off everything first, it smoked like it was on fire for about 30 mins then quit. I let it cool down good then hit it with the high temp paint. I have probably put 300 miles on it since and the paint stays on really well i havent had to touch it up.