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Compliance sticker removal/replacement?

Discussion in 'Technical and Troubleshooting Torque' at netrider.net.au started by hugh50935, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. Hi all,

    I'm looking to get the frame on my Honda VTR250 straightened, which from what I gather, requires some heat applied to the frame during the straightening process.

    I noticed that my Honda VTR250 has a compliance sticker, and not an aluminium plate. The sticker looks like one of those shiny anti-tamper stickers.

    Obviously the sticker should be removed before straightening (or indeed anything anyone might do to the frame; painting, beadblasting etc), but how?

    I can't imagine that Honda designed the bike to be unrepairable and/or unpaintable?

    Can a replacement sticker be obtained somehow? Or is there a special way to remove them?

  2. you may need to contact someone who does compliance issuing of the stickers/labels