With lights in the vents and under the tail, and under the nose, the light will hit the ground and reflect up. the glow will not be extremely bright, but it will glow. All I need it to do, is ust give it a little neon.
.....scratches head again...........I thought a 954rr was better then a 600rr?
I think the trouble your going to go through to use the blacklight paint isn't going to be worth the result. plus most blacklight paints are designed for wood, not plastic or as a respray. also with the bulbs you'll be using aren't going to reflect half as much as you'd think, I know cause I tried to do something like that on a car display before. and they won't reflect at all unless your riding on new shiny blacktop.
go with a reflective sticker kit or something, less work, better result
I think any black light reactive paint will do the trick, or an additive that you can mix in. I know where he's going with this and It will probably work but your right its not going to be very bright. It depends on how much light you can get to the shadow paint, and also how reactive the additive is.
I've got cbr900rr carbs on my mk1 rabbit gti. It's got a 16v swap.
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