Well you can start out by removing them all carefully, hair dryer or heat gun. You can preserve them for the next step.
After that, you can either buy rolls of vinyl decal wrap of what ever color/pattern, and if you just want to change the colors of the original bike, use the original decals as a stencil to trace and cut out. Or, there are various tutorials out there of how to design your own decal templates on the computer to use.
Im about to purchase a brand new 2017 CBR300R. I found a really good deal. But the 2019 is only $500 more. I have two questions:
1: is there any thing significantly different between the two that will benefit a new rider to justify getting the newer machine?
2: I am 6.0’ 220lb Am I...
I have recently bought the 17 cbr300r and the fuel gauge always reads full and I have to put a new chain slide on. If anyone is willing to work on my bike and or teach me a thing or two I would greatly appreciate any help.
I was all set to finally bleed my brakes after 7,000 miles. Is there a trick with these screws? I'm halfway towards stripping them completely. I've tried different size Philips and flatheads. Nothing works. Do I need a specific Japanese screwdriver or what?
It's always the easiest-sounding...
Has anyone had experience of Motorbike Trader (motorbiketrader.co.uk) or similar bike online purchasing websites in UK please?
I appreciate one won't get top price but has anyone had a good, or bad, experience trying to sell their bike through one of these?
Hey guys - i was prowling craigslist, and came across an exact copy of my bike: 2015 CBR300R in the white/red/blue color scheme. Seller said that the motor had seized up while he was commuting, and it was listed for $800.
I was like....haha...i know how to fix the motor, so i bought it earlier...