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post #1 of 7 Old 10-17-2012, 10:45 AM Thread Starter
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repainted my frame covers

i desided to redo my frame covers. i sanded them and panted them black then detailed with red. i think they look great i love the shine matches the plastic.
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That looks really nice. I might do that myself. Thanks for the idea.
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yea man its not to bad just 1 spray paint and primer the touch up pin 5 bucks at auto zone and a can of plastic bonding clear. i took 1000 grit sand paper sanded all the scratches out sprayed a light coat of black sanded then primered to fill after that the black then the red.. then last the clear took a fue days but i like it
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thanks i started to make ehs style airbox lid hopefully ill have in done in a week or so when i get the outwear in
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Those covers look really nice.

As for an EHS style lid. I made one for my old 87 Warrior 350. I cut out a piece of aluminum for the frame and then fit it on the air box and then drilled all the bolt holes and bolted it down, Then I cut the plastic with it all together so it would be a nice clean cut and make sure it matched the aluminum plate. Then I just cut a piece of outerwears to fit. Worked pretty good.

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thanks man i pmed you
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