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Hyosung decals

Discussion in 'Bike Reviews, Questions and Suggestions' at netrider.net.au started by van, Apr 29, 2006.

  1. So, the administrator over at korider.com stumbled across a site with Hyosung's new logo, though we've got no idea if it's going to be used internationally.

    Either way, I just spent half an hour Photoshopping it onto this photo, and I'm pretty sure I'm going to get it either sprayed or applied as a decal onto my black GT250R (in a dark silver).



    [img:932:581:3411977c44]http://i3.tinypic.com/wmmg4x.jpg[/img:3411977c44]

    If anyone wants a scaleable version of the file (necessary for reproducing at a larger size), let me know, as I spent 20 minutes duplicating it in Adobe Illustrator last night. If you want to take it to a panel store to get it applied to your bike, they'll appreciate you having the scaleable version!

    Here's a variation:

    [IMG:932:581:3411977c44]http://i3.tinypic.com/wqo7r5.jpg[/img:3411977c44]
     
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  2. mate thats nice
    hyosung would sell better if they had some more decals like that
    :grin:
     
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  3. Hehe, I emailed Hyosung Australia and showed them, so you never know!

    Glad you dig it :)
     
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  4. hey can u do other decals as well for other bikes
     
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  5. Well I don't have access to the equipment needed to actually make them, but I can certainly design them :)
     
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  6. Wannabe honda wing?

    :LOL:
     
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  7. With the darker highlights it looks much better (your second pic)
     
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  8. Love your photoshop work. Gooks great
     
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  9. they would sell much better if they wernt so dam gutless :LOL: :LOL:
     
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  10. I know for fact that if you fit #100 jets to both carbs on the Aquila 250, you get a very noticeable improvement. Especially if you have removed the baffles or have the slash cut exhaust.
    If you want more performance try rejetting it.
     
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  11. Wow, that second pic looks awesome dude :!: :wink:

    Anyone know how much would a joint charge to make and apply a decal like that? :?:
     
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  12. A couple hundred bucks is my guess. Call Graphic Effects in Blackburn, they're a client of ours and a good bunch of people.

    03 9894 4950

    Let me know if you need the vector/scaleable version of the file and I'll upload it to my space :)
     
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  13. See if you can get the numbers for a group buy .
     
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  14. I just emailed them a quote request, including one for a group buy, so I'll let you all know :)
     
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  15. Okay, this is what I've got.

     
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  16. Guys, guys, we have our own decal expert right here in Netrider.

    Just send your artwork to XXSteve at the details advertised on his profile, and he'll produce the goods. Deafwish and I had perfect Hornet decals done, one for each side of the tank, for $50.00. Talk to Steve and keep it in the family.....
     
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  17. Is he in Melbourne? Because I'd rather have the pro putting them on for me than doing it myself. Applying them to the fairings will be a tricky task, and I'm definitely not doing it.
     
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  18. That looks great mate - excellent effort. What colour were you looking at getting in your black gt250r? White?

    I am still saving for a yellow GT250R, and I think black would look great. I have seen a few "bumblebee" CBR's running around and have always like the livery.
     
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  19. edit - double post after error
     
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  20. He lives in Beaconsfield, Victoria. Send him a PM for more info.
     
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