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    i have the hammerit tlr/r kit and i finally decided on a color, and i have a guy who will paint the bike for me but i was wondering if there is some place online that just sells a small kit for bikes like everything needed ie paint clear coat reducers base coat stuff like that but in a package deal

  • #2
    how long did it take to get your kit?

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    • #3
      5 days
      1999 B/W TLR, Yosh RS Full Exhaust, K&N Filter, Undertail, Zero Gravity Screen, Barnett springs, Tre, Pair Valve Mod.

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      • #4
        Hey by the way TLRDAN, I like your stock TLR.
        1999 B/W TLR, Yosh RS Full Exhaust, K&N Filter, Undertail, Zero Gravity Screen, Barnett springs, Tre, Pair Valve Mod.

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        • #5
          i bought it off a guy on ebay so a few day

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          • #6
            Shipping is a problem for paint. Because paint is highly flamable, shipping costs are really high. You are better off going to your local jobber and getting your paint there.
            Your Friend in Sport,

            Edwin

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            • #7
              pwrserg,my tlr is nowhere near stock but thanks for jockin it as hard as u did when u rode it...pwrsurge=

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              • #8
                1999 B/W TLR, Yosh RS Full Exhaust, K&N Filter, Undertail, Zero Gravity Screen, Barnett springs, Tre, Pair Valve Mod.

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                • #9
                  so how much should i be spending on paint i just want a single color paint job

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                  • #10
                    Depends what your going for. I was quoted 500 for all pieces and that was for black. I would of course have to disassemble all parts and take it to him.
                    I know nothing about bikes.

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                    • #11
                      you will have to get pints of paint. you will have leftover paint, but that is how it works. edwin is right, nobody likes to ship volitile stuff like paint. go to your local auto paint store, and they will hook you up. like freak says, it depends on what you want. multi color jobs are more expensive, so are color change paints , and pearlescent paints. make sure you get 2 stage basecoat clearcoat paints.

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                      • #12
                        i have a friend of a friend who will do the painting for cheap, and i supply the paint just didnt know where to get the paint i was think of this place

                        http://www.innate.com/DIY/Cycle_Kit.htm

                        let me know what u guys think

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                        • #13
                          seems pricey to me. check locally

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                          • #14
                            thnx guys hopefully they will paint the wheels to, has anyone just used regular paint,

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