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Roland metallic on a motorcycle

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by WCSign, Aug 13, 2012.

  1. WCSign

    WCSign Member

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    Weve done a few.. unfortunately my installer is a night owl and cant seem to ever get pics out in the sunlight... getting pics is hard enough, much less requesting nice ones, lol

    here is a candy red Kawasaki 636 (we did a metallic blue bike recently too, no pics yet)

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  2. mudmedia

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    looks good the red looks a little darker than what the paint is but still looks good.
     
  3. WCSign

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    yeah.. in the sun its actually lighter than the red in the powdercoat.. doesnt have the depth.

    we took a part that was powdercoated out into the sun with the metallic color chart and picked
     
  4. SIGNTIME

    SIGNTIME Active Member

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    looks nice, clean install. did you seam it anywhere and how did you make your template?
     
  5. Jack Knight1979

    Jack Knight1979 Very Active Member

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    That does look awesome.
     
  6. WCSign

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    the top middle of the tank and tail are seamed. The easiest way to make a legit template is to take a perfect side view pic of the bike like this one I posted and then to know the wheel base measurements.

    then of course, leave some extra design on all sides when laying it out to accomodate for the curves
     
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