You could even order a custom green wristtwisters '919' kickstand puck.
But that blue looks amazing. Why the switch?
I had bought a custom factory style decal kit in a carbon fiber texture.
Spent a bunch of time measuring and lining them up/installing them to perfection.
Next step in the plan was to spray several thick coats of clear over it, and color sand/buff it out level and smooth, so that there was no surface level difference between paint and decal areas.
As soon as I started to spray the clear I realized that I had lost the carbon fiber texture effect of the decals..
..Ok, black decals I can live with that..
What I didn't realize was that with each coat I laid down I had some sort of contaminant or paint failure occurring, and was laying down defective coat over defective coat.
I discovered this after sanding and buffing out a small area to see how it looked.
There were hundreds of little white specks in the buffed out section.
The fix was to sand out all the clear I had just sprayed, removing the decals in the process, returning to square one.
I was so pissed, and frustrated I just walked away from it for couple of months (weather had already turned).
Weather got better, and I started in on the paint repairs.
I spent two very nice weekend days working on it and decided I'd rather be riding then sanding!
And why not be riding green!!
It was my original color choice, but I had read that the "matte" finish was difficult to get consistent and correct for even experienced painters, so I'd gone with my #2 color choice, the gloss blue.
1. I'm not the painter I thought I was.
2. Life's to short to be pissed off every time you look at your bike (I bought it to get pleasure from it).
The blue is fixable, but I'm not wasting anymore riding weather doing so. I'll tackle it next winter, and rock the green with a smile on my face.