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OK, here's my baby in its smart new kit

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CBR600 TWO years after total offside repair and respray...

and few months before needing further surgery.  Read story here

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 Happy with the last two jobs (including the above), the owner returns asking for a completely new look.  

And that's exactly what it gets.  

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 And don't forget to compare the two Repsol schemes, totally different styles requested and achieved, reinforcing our statement

'It's your bike, tell us what you want.'

 

 

Here is a Std. GSXR scheme but in metallics, (just as the VFR below).

FOR EXCELLENT BEFORE AND AFTER PICS

SEE "PAST WORK" HERE

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Here's a whole bike we sprayed where the owner wanted the standard VFR Red, White and Blue pattern but in more vibrant metallics.  I haven't actually managed to get a side on piccy as yet which is a shame because it's real pretty.  The colours used are the same as those used on the Triumph Union Jack seat hump, (pictured further down), which give you a better impression of how vivid they are. In the meantime, here is the happy owner screaming around Donnington Park.

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 The last person I saw jumping up and down in excitement was my daughter....... 

.......until he came to pick this up.

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Triumph Union Jack seat hump. Done through post from Avon

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 West Honda CBR600, sooo pretty.  

After returning the work the bike was put up for sale and lasted about four days on display before someone else fell in love.

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Top cowl, right hand side panel re-sprayed after drop.  Exhaust polished from matt black and gouges removed.

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Thundercat, side panels, mudguard, and swingarm.Thundercat, side panels, mudguard, and swingarm.

Luvverly, what else is there to say.

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Tank, panels, wheels, everything got either sprayed or tidied up.... a lot.  The ZX9R, heavily dropped, got a top cowl, offside front side panel and belly pan all welded, filled and re-sprayed..

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