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Repainted R6 pics

Just got my bike together again last month after a low side at Pocono Raceway back at the end of May. I found a guy who specializes in reparing in painting for this kind of thing. I sent him my ideas and here's how it came out.
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Here's what it was before, btw these are all the same plastics
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looks very good, nicely done!
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That definately looks sweet! Good paint scheme! I wouldn't mind doing something like that on my R6, but I am not waisting the money on paint since I plan to learn how ride track soon on it.

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Now, about those frame sliders...

The new paint looks looks top-notch!
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Looks "Sexy Sweet" <--- if thats even a term. Definately looks great.
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