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    Has anyone successfully been able to vinyl wrap the gas tank in one piece vinyl? I'm thinking about it trying to do it by myself. I think if I can do the tank and figure out the curvy headlight, I think the rest of the fairings will probably be easy? I'm looking at 3m or Avery Supreme?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdirving View Post
    Has anyone successfully been able to vinyl wrap the gas tank in one piece vinyl? I'm thinking about it trying to do it by myself. I think if I can do the tank and figure out the curvy headlight, I think the rest of the fairings will probably be easy? I'm looking at 3m or Avery Supreme?
    When I first bought my 9 I was thinking about finding someone to do a wrap. The white grew on me though. Are you very good at window tinting? I can't imagine a wrap being any easier. I'm pretty handy but I'd not even attempt it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdirving View Post
    Has anyone successfully been able to vinyl wrap the gas tank in one piece vinyl? I'm thinking about it trying to do it by myself. I think if I can do the tank and figure out the curvy headlight, I think the rest of the fairings will probably be easy? I'm looking at 3m or Avery Supreme?
    When I first bought my 9 I was thinking about finding someone to do a wrap. The white grew on me though. Are you very good at window tinting? I can't imagine a wrap being any easier. I'm pretty handy but I'd not even attempt it..
    I have never attempted any tinting, but I'm determined to do this wrap. I think most fail because they don't have the patience. There are some people on Ebay selling fake vvivid wrap that doesn't stretch right. I won't beat myself up over $150 worth of wrap if I fail. Some of the cheaper wrapping film doesn't have any memory or air release, and it is making people give up.

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