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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by joneswgareth, May 13, 2011.
Is there a black version???
Here you go:
What do you have for an 04, nine fiddy in the sad grey?
I can make a version of the 950/990 Racing kit for your grey Adv? Is the grey metallic?
Do you still do full custom kits Crispy?
Yes, I still design and print custom decal kits. What are you after?
Love the red bull kit! Getting a 990 in spring and definitely want one Any chance on having something made foe a 640E??
I've printed a Black 990 Racing kit by accident
If anyone is interested in this kit they can have it for the knock down price of £125 including postage. Drop me a PM and we can sort out payment and delivery.
Thanks Crispy. Delighted with the side panels.
Black 990 kit now sold and on it's way to Canada
Rec'd mine yesterday, looks great! Thanks Crispy!
Hey gang! Looking for the template for a 950 adventure. My buddy does car wraps and such. Not looking to sell. Just trying to save some time measuring.
Did you repaint any panels? I have a silver 04 also and wondered if these stickers cover all the original color.
Zooming in on that photo, the glovebox appear to still be silver but those rear side panels have been painted a dark blue?
Crispy could you print a Kriega kit ?
Look what came in the mail today!
I wonder if i would be able to put these decals right over the OEM KTM decals that came on my 950? It looks like they are under the clearcoat but I can just feel them if I run my finger nail over them.
As long as you don't have any tank bubbling.
What do you have that is a little more understated?
Hey! I just got the same kit for my Black '06 950.
I used a heat gun with high and low switch (hair dryer might work). Moderate amount of soapy water in a spray bottle and a small squeegee. And did it right over the factory paint and decals. That's where the heat gun comes in handy. Spray soap on target area, slap on decal, do a little squeegee action to get decal in position. Then use heat gun and spray soapy water on the surface of decal. heat will help mold to contours of the original decals and the body work. also using the soap and squeegee and fingers. Once you get the hang of it, it goes pretty fast.
And it looks bitchen'!
Buy a Kawasaki, lol.