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post #1 of 9 Old 07-22-2012, 09:52 PM Thread Starter
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anyone installed amr graphics .im thinking of buying a set and just wonder how hard it is to do
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Put some on a 450. There nice and thick. We had a spray that we put on the areas that were gonna be receiving the stickers so we could adjust a little and get out the air bubbles and any wrinkles that may occur. Had to let dry for a day before riding though. Make sure the surface is clean also.


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I put a set on my YFZ450 and they fit great, just takes a little time and some patience. I also was very impressed with AMR they will make what ever color you want even if its not listed they where a very good company to deal with.

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yea i have nothing but great things about amr. should i just wash and dry it first. also what was the spray called or can i just use soap and water like on window tint
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I believe it was something like sticker-on or so.


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i just used soap and water, with a blow dryer to help stretch the graphics, just be patient it takes a while

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did you use a spray bottle half and half or just a fue drops of soap
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i used a spray bottle with about 80% water and 20% soap if that it doesnt take muche maybe even more like 90/10

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ill have to try that so ill save some money i dont know when ill order them depends on when i sell my slipon
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