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When I pulled the stickers off my RR, I used some rubbing alcohol on a Diaper cloth to remove the residual glue. Worked great...
 

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Were you guys able to get the stickers off intact? Or wasn't that a goal?

I worry that we'll have to smog bikes someday and they'll want to see the smog sticker.
 

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"re-place" them on them on a more conspicuous portion of the frame. if that's not an option, use a piece of cardboard and keep it close by. as for their removal, use a warm setting on a hair dryer, evenly distribute the air for 3-5 minutes, and go to work.

any residual stickiniess can be removed using wd40 or goo-gone.

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Hair dryer to take them off, WD to clean up the mess and stuck them in the seat pan just in case.
 

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I came back from a ride, left it in the sun awhile, carefully used a heat gun and all came off intact with most of the glue as well, put them in the owners manual blank pages.

Chris
 

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goo-gone. can get it anywhere. use a papertowel and wet down the gummy stuff, wait a bit, then rub it off with some more. pretty easy.
 

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Did anyone remove the "WARNING! This motor vehicle requires fine tuning to insure complete customer satisfaction." sticker?

Someone said removing it will invalidate your warranty, is this true?
 

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goo gone, or use a piece of masking tape, and keep sticking and unsticking it to the sticky stuff until all the sticky stuff has come off
 

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Yeah, the bike looks much better w/o all that crap. But getting the sticky stuff off from under the tank is a real pain. Those are some gigantic stickers!
 
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