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Woohoo! I got my parts back from the powder coater today. They look freaking awesome. Everything is semi-gloss black except the new Ohlins shock spring which is gloss black and the calipers which are candy dark red. I love the way the dark red builds up in the corners and gives it depth.

This weekend will be the reassembly frenzy and phase 1 of my mod will be done.






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Looks great cant wait to see it back together.

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Looks good , can't wait to see it together.

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Looks great cant wait to see it back together.
thats gonna be one SEXY 919... whats the actual color of the bike?

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Those calipers are sexy!

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+10 The calipers look fantastic. Should have done the brake disk centers that colour too ........


So with the calipers did you just mask out the parts you did not want painted?

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Looks great, can't wait to see it back together!

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Wow! You went all out. Looks great. Like everyone else I can't wait to see what it looks like. Have a fun weekend putting it back toggther.

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I want to see what your bike looks like without all that stuff on it. I mean...damn! is there anything left? That should look awesome, can't wait to see it.

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So with the calipers did you just mask out the parts you did not want painted?
I would guess his place did the same as mine, and masked it themselves. I had my wheels done and they masked all the bolt holes and hubs themselves. Did an amazing job.

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Those calipers looks incredible. Gonna look great on the bike.

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Thanks everyone. I'm pretty stoked at how good everything turned out.

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thats gonna be one SEXY 919... whats the actual color of the bike?
It's painted asphalt right now. I have a spare tank with a tiny bit of damage that I'm getting painted gloss black. The fenders, cowl etc are going to be treated differently. Haven't quite figured that out yet.

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+10 The calipers look fantastic. Should have done the brake disk centers that colour too ........


So with the calipers did you just mask out the parts you did not want painted?
I thought about getting the rotor centers the same as the calipers, but i decided not to because I wanted just a bit of red for accent. I did the calipers because of all the corners and edges that catch the light.

When I took the parts in, I told them to plug all holes and mask all spotfaces or machined mating surfaces. Then we went over all the stuff part by part and the guy identified each feature that needed to be masked. There weren't any accidents with any of these pieces. They did a really nice job.

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Only you had to go and TOTALLY outdo me. Bastard. I love it.

Only thing still silver/shiny on mine is the forks and triples. I didn't want to mess with them though.

You will love the look of that blacked out swingarm.

+1 on the pics of the bike all tore apart! Where are they? I took some of mine, it was awesome!

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Thats a frenzy alright!

Be sure to post pics when its all back together!

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Only you had to go and TOTALLY outdo me. Bastard. I love it.

Only thing still silver/shiny on mine is the forks and triples. I didn't want to mess with them though.

You will love the look of that blacked out swingarm.

+1 on the pics of the bike all tore apart! Where are they? I took some of mine, it was awesome!
Definitely an inspiration. There was another almost total blackout that i like too.

Here's what the bike looks like now in it's current state


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wtf... you didnt black out the headers OR the y pipe? FAIL!!!!

kidding aside, do you have plans for the header or y pipe? if so, what. if no, why not? lol

this explains the crate you made to jack the bike, i love it! and very jealous of your black outness. i REALLY want to do this to my 9ner but i dont think i'll ever get a chance to do it.

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wtf... you didnt black out the headers OR the y pipe? FAIL!!!!

kidding aside, do you have plans for the header or y pipe? if so, what. if no, why not? lol

this explains the crate you made to jack the bike, i love it! and very jealous of your black outness. i REALLY want to do this to my 9ner but i dont think i'll ever get a chance to do it.
...headers, y-pipe, clutch and stator cover, head? Lots left to do!!!

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Definitely an inspiration. There was another almost total blackout that i like too.

Here's what the bike looks like now in it's current state

You know what would be a sweet pic? Get your full gear on and hop on top of that puppy and ride her like she's doing 130+!!!!

That would look AWESOME! New avatar pic coming, I can see it now!

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wtf... you didnt black out the headers OR the y pipe? FAIL!!!!

kidding aside, do you have plans for the header or y pipe? if so, what. if no, why not? lol

this explains the crate you made to jack the bike, i love it! and very jealous of your black outness. i REALLY want to do this to my 9ner but i dont think i'll ever get a chance to do it.
Ah I just dropped off the headers at the powdercoater yesterday. They'll be black soon enough.

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That's going to look sick!! How much is all that powdercoating costing you so far? Love the Red calipers!!

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The powder coating was $455 and the ceramic coating for the header is $125.

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^ thats not bad Im gonna get some wheels done and if they look good Im doing the swing arm too. I cant wait to see yours back together GET TO WORK!

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got to remove the PAIR system....

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Definitely an inspiration. There was another almost total blackout that i like too.
I don't know if it is mine that you were talking about, but if I had anything to do with you getting this done, I feel like my life's work is complete. You bike looks SWEET and is gonna ROCK with all the new coated parts.

g00gl3it and I did ours together and it made it a lot easier! The only bad thing was our guy didn't do an exceptional job on the taping causing a lot of when trying to clean out threads and such.

Looks GREAT man! How hard was it to do you forks? Are you having them professionally reassembled or you gonna do it?

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The best part is that there's so much new powder coated goodness that it can't all be captured with one photo! I love it!!!!
Those calipers look just like the newer Honda red paint - I did black powdercoat and black calipers on my '07, but I bet your black powdercoat with matching red calipers would look amazing!

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Looks GREAT man! How hard was it to do you forks? Are you having them professionally reassembled or you gonna do it?
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My wife and I each had a leaking fork seal on our dirt bikes this spring and both times I took the fork leg to the dealership and got raped for $150 each time (parts and labor) - just to change the seal on one fork leg! After the second time I said "Never again". I bought a couple tools and watched a how-to video on Youtube, and since then have replaced the springs, bushings, seals, and fluid on three sets of forks (one set of cartridge forks and two sets of dual chamber forks). The cost of the tools, bushings, seals and fluid for all three sets was a little more than what the dealer charged to change one seal on one fork leg!!
I was nervous as hell the first time, but after doing it once you realize that it's actually quite easy, and you'll get even more pissed off when you think back to the rapings at the dealer.
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Thanks man.

The forks were easy to disassemble except for one problem. On one of them, the bottom of the damper broke loose so the bottom cap screw wouldn't come off so I had to drill it out. I had to buy a new damper as well. Still better than having them disassembled and reassembled in the shop. I'll be putting them back together myself.

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I don't know if it is mine that you were talking about, but if I had anything to do with you getting this done, I feel like my life's work is complete. You bike looks SWEET and is gonna ROCK with all the new coated parts.

g00gl3it and I did ours together and it made it a lot easier! The only bad thing was our guy didn't do an exceptional job on the taping causing a lot of when trying to clean out threads and such.

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heh yeah. that's part of phase 2

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Shoulda popped the stator cover too!


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Shoulda popped the stator cover too!
Thought about it but if I couldn't do the whole engine, I wanted to keep it all the same color as it's own color block.

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so why couldnt you do the whole engine?

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so why couldnt you do the whole engine?
not as easy as just takin the whole motor out and send to powda coater if im not mistaken.

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so why couldnt you do the whole engine?
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i suppose i could give him this whole thing and say make it all black.


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ok i was J/K buuuuuuuuuuutttt..............




sounds good to me i would take the chain off first dont want it getting all shitted up with powder

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sounds good to me i would take the chain off first dont want it getting all shitted up with powder
i dunno bout baking a whole engine.... whats a powda coating temp for baking? 400+*f?

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to be honest i dont know, i have been told though that you can turn the temp down, but bake it longer.

my latest idea, if i can sell my 9er and buy a superhawk is to pull the engine (while building it) and have it ceramic coated, still have to research it, but if it turns out that it is not bad for a engine i think i will be during that

for the 9er it would be more of a PITA being a bigger engine

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yeah you have to at least get the powder to "flow". Seriously though, the problem with doing a whole engine is that you have to sandblast down to the bare metal to get the powder to stick and make damn sure you plug every orifice.

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Header is done! High temp ceramic coating:$125

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