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Awsome tyga kit

Discussion in 'Bling and Appearance' at netrider.net.au started by Zbike, Jun 30, 2010.

  1. We start of with a candy blue MC22
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    we grind away for a couple of hours and fit the tyga kit
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    then start playing with ideas and vinyl
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    Paint strip and bead blast the rims
    Then throw on the powder and bake for 20mins
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    paint everything up
    Its pearl white not that it can be seen in the photos
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    throw on a new exhuast
    and tada
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    I think im going to have to edit my banner to stick this one in it,
    Btw i know pramac is normaly a ducati but who cares
    anyways that what i do for a job
    hope this isnt breaking any TC's
    call me if ur intrested in something simmilar
    zbike_banner.


     
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  2. Nice job... Wats it cost???
     
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  3. A Pramac Honda, that's different!

    Nice job, looks very tidy.
     
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  4. Delicious. I wonder if Tyga make a body kit for big Hondas?

    EDIT: Yes, they do, but not the big VFR's.
     
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  5. frame lets it down like some many other tiga kits conversions.....clean it up new/better looking heel sliders etc and then is a very tidy conversion...

    but the paint job and fairings look great =D>
     
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  6. Real nice transformation..sweet as !
     
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  7. the original candy blue 1 looks familiar
     
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  8. really nice paint job and decals, top class standard of work, bet it looks better in the flesh then in the pictures :p
     
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  9. ended up being about $1200
    but thats including new exhaust and powder coating rims and all fitting plus a couple of small things

    problem with doing the frame is it takes about 2 full days labour plus 20 year old bolts have a tendancy to do nasty things to take everything of and reassemble plus powder coating cost price jumps up quickly
     
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