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Offlinezunaidkajee

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    2021 RT colour coded panels
    « on: 2021-06-13 09:03:54 »
    Good Day folks. Just wanted to share some pics. Colour coded some of the black plastic pieces and also wrapped some plastics (on tank and battery cover) in matt black.
    let me know what you'll think...https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210613/da1f8405d8ad8ccf7b32f9028bfd04fd.jpg
    2021 RT colour coded panels
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    2021 RT colour coded panels
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    2021 RT colour coded panels
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    2021 RT colour coded panels


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    Onlinebeemerboy9

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      Re: 2021 RT colour coded panels
      « Reply #1 on: 2021-06-13 09:22:10 »
      It would be nice to see a full side-on shot in the sunlight.


      Have you dome the panniers as well?
      John Bentall

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        Re: 2021 RT colour coded panels
        « Reply #2 on: 2021-06-13 10:05:05 »
        It would be nice to see a full side-on shot in the sunlight.


        Have you dome the panniers as well?
        will take some more shots. No, the panniers and top box is the "normal" blue and black factory finish. I only wrapped the black portion, matt black for scuffs...

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