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post #1 of 19 Old 04-30-2004, 7:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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powdercoated hindle can pics

i wanted something different so i went with a satin black finish on the can. hope you like.
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i wanted something different so i went with a satin black finish on the can. hope you like.
Looks cool. Almost looks like a stock one (If you didn't know what the stock one looked like)
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Re: powdercoated hindle can pics

That looks great IMO.
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Re: powdercoated hindle can pics

I like it...but what's with the extra large screws?
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I like it...but what's with the extra large screws?
Damn, nice call, FF. No offense to the original poster, but replacement rivets would look better.
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Damn, nice call, FF. No offense to the original poster, but replacement rivets would look better.

You know...you should be better at the evidence gathering thing than a simple firefighter, Chain. Didn't have your daily intake of donuts or sumthin?
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Re: powdercoated hindle can pics

Basement saver.
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Re: powdercoated hindle can pics

How much did you spend? Maybe you could have saved and invested in an aftermarket can?
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How much did you spend? Maybe you could have saved and invested in an aftermarket can?
um, read the title again. should have done it the same red as your bike. that would be nice. still looks good though
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How much did you spend? Maybe you could have saved and invested in an aftermarket can?
i didnt spend anything.. i did it myself. it is an aftermarket. ive never seen a high mount stocker.



im not too thrilled with how the stainless screws look. its the neoprene washers underneath that make them look tall. but i do like the way the screws look instead of the cheap rivets. im thinking its got a studded dog collar look

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how did you do it yourself?
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Re: powdercoated hindle can pics

I like it. I also like the rear foot peg brackets and the heel gaurds. I powdered coated that stuff black on my brothers 954 too, as well as the rear foot pegs and rear sets. The black makes the rear foot pegs and brackets just disapear. I'm planning on a Devil carbon high mount for my black/ti 954 and I'm thinking about doing the midpipe in a high temp black just to help it blend in with the rest of the bike.

I have to say you did a good job there, looks good!

I'm not even supposed to be here. I'm just "Crewman Number Six." I'm expendable! I'm the guy in the episode who dies to prove how serious the situation is! I've gotta get outta here!

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Re: powdercoated hindle can pics

thank you, i agree with the brakets. they dont stand out and give it a race look.




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I like it. I also like the rear foot peg brackets and the heel gaurds. I powdered coated that stuff black on my brothers 954 too, as well as the rear foot pegs and rear sets. The black makes the rear foot pegs and brackets just disapear. I'm planning on a Devil carbon high mount for my black/ti 954 and I'm thinking about doing the midpipe in a high temp black just to help it blend in with the rest of the bike.

I have to say you did a good job there, looks good!
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Re: powdercoated hindle can pics

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how did you do it yourself?
see my link
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Basement saver.

Basements need love too.
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