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My vote is for the same color as the crash bars. A shinier silver. Or leave it as it matched the foot controls and that area of the bike. I kinda like black wheels though. Shits hard enough to keep clean as it is !!!
You're right about the wheels, but I'm a bit obsessed when it come to bikes, I rotate them on the lift once a month or more often and detailed them...

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Just installed the Touratech belly pan.
Now I'm thinking I should powder coat it some color but don't know what. Given the PP color scheme, wheels etc. any advice on color? Just leave it raw aluminum?
I know, silly question, but what else you got to do?


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Go Italian Green.... You have a red and a white wheel. ;^ )
 

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Go Italian Green.... You have a red and a white wheel. ;^ )
Red for the crash bars , black for the pan. The pan takes a beating from rocks even on the street,
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red will be hard to keep clean. I think that may look goods on your bike too.
 

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Paint whatever color you choose than get a can of chipguard made by SEM and topcoat it, gets hard and the more coats you lay the thicker builds up.
I remember doing the wheel color mismatch on my '12 years ago too.
 

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Paint whatever color you choose than get a can of chipguard made by SEM and topcoat it, gets hard and the more coats you lay the thicker builds up.
I remember doing the wheel color mismatch on my '12 years ago too.
Looks like the front was modified.

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GIMP is for computers, not mobiles/cell phones.
It takes a bit to get used to like any software, but it is pretty wicked.
 
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