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post #461 of 509 (permalink) Old 05-07-2015, 11:04 AM
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I couldn't find any pictures of a white monster with black forks, so I did it myself. Blacked out the radiator end caps and oil cooler cover too, imola mirros, removed the monster logo (looks super clean imo), found a cool ducati logo for the rear cowl, touring seat (much better seat then stock).



I like the "Ducati Mecanica" decal placement on the tail.
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Can we see a picture of the bags off and brackets on the bike?

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post #464 of 509 (permalink) Old 05-08-2015, 07:43 PM
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shift-tech lower and upper carbon heat guard. Works better then the oem, I can rest my leg against it at full temp with normal jeans on no problem.

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The black forks look cool. Did you paint or powder coat or ??

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I couldn't find any pictures of a white monster with black forks, so I did it myself. Blacked out the radiator end caps and oil cooler cover too, imola mirros, removed the monster logo (looks super clean imo), found a cool ducati logo for the rear cowl, touring seat (much better seat then stock).



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The black forks look cool. Did you paint or powder coat or ??
3M 1080 matte black vinyl wrap. Guys at the dealership were surprised to hear it was vinyl, when you apply it right it looks just like paint.

You have to get the seams right though, I mis-cut and had to patch the piece on the inside of the lower left fork and got lazy with it, if you zoom in on the second picture you can see it. I'll redo it at some point, takes awhile to apply to get it perfect.

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Lol, I'm pretty sure your the only one who can see that. Still looks great.
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Remus on. Love it!!! Really cleans up the view on the rear wheel.

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New rearset!!
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New rearset!!
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