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Here are a few pictures of my products actually installed on some quads. Thanks to all you guys that have sent your pics to me. :thumbsup:











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Damn that SE is sexy! :grin_nod:
 

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Here is a pic of the orange I have available. It won't match the burnt orange shade of the plastics, but it will match the lighter orange in the graphics.

 

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The orange looks great! Maybe I should have grown a pair and not chickened out of the orange. :(
 

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You have any pics of ones on an Black SE 660 or something close?
 

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No I don't have any 660 pictures. They are going to be basically the same as the 700SE in the first photos.
 

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Is there a group discount? Feel free to PM me.

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What does the blue look like on the carbon?
 

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socalrappy700 said:
Ok so I've seen the set up for the orange se, have you worked on anything yet for the blue and white se?
No, not yet. Honestly, I didn't even know they were making a white/blue SE until I saw your message and checked it out on Yamaha's website. For that bike I would do a solid white set of covers, with silver and blue logos.
 

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you do sum shit hot covers man very nice indeed :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 
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in the first couple pics thats my yellow SE and let me tell you he does quality work, no doubts about buying from him again or ever. :thumbsup:Welcome to the forum man!
 

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I know this is kind of off topic, but how do you remove the rivets holding the warning stickers on without jacking up the plastic? Do you use dykes (wire cutters)? Then, how do you install the new covers that you get if the rivets (which are probably not usable again) are mangled? thanks

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The rivets can be easily removed by drilling out the centers using a small drill bit. You may want to hold the back of the rivet with a pair of pliers to keep it from spinning. I include stainless steel machine screws to attach the new covers.
 
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