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post #1 of 15 Old 02-24-2013, 07:51 AM Thread Starter
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Want to buy parts for Powder Coating 919

Just checking to see if anyone has any really cheap stock parts I can buy to powder coat. I need a swingarm, engine cradles, rearsets, headlight brackets, f4i fork legs and triple trees. I just don't want to tear my bike down because we have been getting 1-2 riding days a week here in Ohio. Let me know thanks.

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I have a swing arm somewhere that I don't need. Has some scratches from previous owner. You could swap swing arms and get your current one coated or buff out the scratches and then get it coated. Lmk if you are interested.

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I have a swing arm somewhere that I don't need. Has some scratches from previous owner. You could swap swing arms and get your current one coated or buff out the scratches and then get it coated. Lmk if you are interested.
How much?

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I have the large side covers and an extra oil pan. You do have to drop the headers to install the oil pan, but no gasket is required, just sealant. Took me about an hour to put on, but it looks good!

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I've got headlight brackets. PM me if you're interested

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I have the large side covers and an extra oil pan. You do have to drop the headers to install the oil pan, but no gasket is required, just sealant. Took me about an hour to put on, but it looks good!
Which covers? The plastic ones? Do you have a pic of your bike powder coated?

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No, the big ones that attach to the frame and swingarm pivot bolt (well, they don't actually attach to the pivot bolt, it just looks like they do). The ones that the rearsets attach to.

Here is a pic, but it was before I powdercoated the new oil pan.

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I should mention, the one's I have for sale are not the powdercoated ones. They are stock replacements.

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No, the big ones that attach to the frame and swingarm pivot bolt (well, they don't actually attach to the pivot bolt, it just looks like they do). The ones that the rearsets attach to.

Here is a pic, but it was before I powdercoated the new oil pan.

I should mention, the one's I have for sale are not the powdercoated ones. They are stock replacements.
How much are you asking? Nice bike.

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Slight derailment, G00Gle, what did it cost to get your wheels powdercoated?

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How much?
75 plus shipping work for you?

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How much are you asking? Nice bike.
$100 shipped? ? I dunno. Haggle me . Was a nice bike. Completely back to stock now, hope to have her sold soon. Would repeat it all in a heartbeat though, bike was gorgeous.

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Slight derailment, G00Gle, what did it cost to get your wheels powdercoated?
~$300. But I paid for a two-tone (he did 4 coats). It was a 'silver-vein' with candy red on top.

First time he'd ever done it, and there was on very slightly 'light' spot, but was barely noticeable. If I had done it again, I would have gone gloss mirror black. The red just didn't quite match the bike, but it still looked good.

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That's not bad! I'm digging the gold look from our Milan member. Maybe next tire set I'll have them done.

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That's not bad! I'm digging the gold look from our Milan member. Maybe next tire set I'll have them done.
Given that I'd only paid $80 for the front wheel, and got the rear in a direct swap with Arctic954, it was a heck of a deal! These were the F3 front and 900rr rear wheels, too, not stock. I really liked the 5 spoke look.

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Oh yea, those aren't the stockers. They do look nice.

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post #15 of 15 Old 02-25-2013, 07:15 PM
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I have an extra set of F4i fork lowers. I also have a mint swingarm. I wasn't really planning on selling them, but hit me up with a PM and I am sure we can work something else.

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