Holy crap dude, that is a sweet looking machine!
I'm great at fixing the mechanicals, but I've never been good at the aesthetics. How did you get that thing painted so perfectly? Are those decals/stencils/hand done?
As far as the OP though, just looking at that seat makes my rear hurt. That said, I'm sure it goes like a banshee.
All the paint is custom. The black and white is masked and painted. Here is the front fairing after I finished it...you can see the masking overspray through the headlight openings.
I originally was going to do the bike black with gold accents, but as it was coming together it was turning out so nice I wanted it to stand out and be unique. I liked the Playboy MotoGP look, but wanted it "naked" (no sponsor decals) so decided to paint the fairings I had. It was very difficult and complicated. I had to make drawings and diagrams to figure out how to mask it for paint.
The tank was very difficult to get it to look right. The Hurricane tank has indents where the seat fits so I had to remove them. The tank is huge compared to the RR tank. I did models in Photoshop and could not get it to look good until I came up with the idea to outline the tank in black. That made it look smaller and also gave the fits of the RR fairings a cleaner look.
The trick in multi-color painting is prep and masking. I use good quality tape and burnish that edges to get a good seal between colors. The edges are sanded and polished to get them sharp and so you don't get a "standing" edge when you clear coat.
The gold is 3M "wrap" film that I made patterns of and then cut and applied like a decal. The Playboy logos are from a 2009 MotoGP race bike decal kit. The Honda decals are OEM.
All the parts got 3 coats of 2 part epoxy clear sanded and polished.
It was a very time consuming paint job. Sometimes it felt like way more than I wanted to do, but the results as I went kept me going and the final result is quite amazing. Even to me