950/990 Adventure Graphics Kits

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by joneswgareth, May 13, 2011.

  1. joneswgareth

    joneswgareth Welsh Rarebit

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    Hello all

    Just thought I would give you all a heads up. A chap called Christian over on the UK KTM Forum has made up the templates for the ADV panels, and has come up with three basic designs. They are below.


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    However, he can also do special 'one offs' for you of your own design/requirements. Turn around on the basic ones is very quick.

    He has been doing it for years on most other KTM bikes, and only recently made up the templates for the ADV. So far, the feedback has been great, and a few photos have been posted after people have put them on. Have a look for yourself by clicking on the link http://www.ktmforum.co.uk/adventure/69142-990-adventure-graphics-kits-10.html and looking at the pics. Page 10 onwards is where it gets interesting!

    Concession seems to be that you can put them straight over the top of the existing graphics, and so for the future you could just peel off and sell the bike without them, with clean shiny panels! Some are removing the existing graphics with heat. Graphics are thick so only up very very close can you see the OEM ones coming through.

    Prices are;

    £150 including postage to any UK mainland address (NI included)

    £165 including postage to any European address

    £185 for a completely custom design including postage to any UK mainland address (NI included)

    £200 for a completely custom design including postage to any European address

    I'm sure he would post to America/Worldwide, but it may be better to get in touch with him personally to enquire about this.

    He is a great bloke, and very well known on the UK KTM scene!

    People should contact him on crispy@crispydesigns.co.uk this is his email address
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  2. joneswgareth

    joneswgareth Welsh Rarebit

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  3. ktm

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  4. Jim Colombotos

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    Make me miss my 950 even more. :cry
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  6. joneswgareth

    joneswgareth Welsh Rarebit

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    Yeah it kinda makes me wish I still had one too! Mind you - iv a 690 which could do with a set.....:ricky
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    Sweet
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  8. Slamzilla

    Slamzilla Been here awhile

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    Very nice. :clap
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  9. sonoran

    sonoran friend of P

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    Awesome. Love the Red Bull graphics!
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  10. viola-tor

    viola-tor Needs to ride!

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    Those look great! Wow, I've just been thinking about this. Nice work on those.

    I personally don't understand why folks like to do corporate advertising for free on their machines, actually even PAY for the privilege. :huh I guess the desire to look like the sponsored racers is strong... Red Bull gives you wings! :lol3

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    However, a truly custom, personalized decal/wrap kit is intriguing... Hmmmm... :evil
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  11. joneswgareth

    joneswgareth Welsh Rarebit

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  12. Master

    Master Been here awhile

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    Looks like very nice work!
    I like the option of the personalised decal kit, but lack the inspiration to come up with a design for now...
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  13. 99sleepyhollow

    99sleepyhollow JOEY DUNLOP 26 TT WINS

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  14. joneswgareth

    joneswgareth Welsh Rarebit

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    even if you have a vague idea, perhaps just a colour you like, a logo you may want, even if it is just pictures of other bikes....send him an e-mail with them and he can put something together based around those ideas.
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  15. 99sleepyhollow

    99sleepyhollow JOEY DUNLOP 26 TT WINS

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    As Gareth says if you've got an idea to start with get in touch with Crispy and let him do his magic . The only thing I change from his Repsol design was the 99 sleepyhollow in the number board and the style of lettering above the number board KTM Adventure .
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  16. bigkuri

    bigkuri Been here a tad bit longer than a while

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    That looks awesome! Great job.
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  17. 99sleepyhollow

    99sleepyhollow JOEY DUNLOP 26 TT WINS

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    Crispy does world wide postage if your interested
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  18. maloryII

    maloryII more north, more wet

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    I wonder how those hold up in heavy rain/mud/etc?
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  19. joneswgareth

    joneswgareth Welsh Rarebit

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    They are made from very thick, quality vinyl. Crispy has been supplying vinyl kits to many supermoto and motocross riders/racers for a long time now and there are no reports of the vinyl peeling up with rain or mud.

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  20. onaXR

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    Very much so, I emailed him Monday no reply yet.
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