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This thing took about 250hrs of labor.. Used about 8lbs of powdercoat on this thing! I used the following colors, Super Chrome, as a base for all the red, Lollipop Red, Flat clear for the controls and oil pan, Prismatic gold with Shocker Yellow for the valve cover, bolts, etc and flat clear for misc bolts. Its a 2004 GSXR 750.. The customer painted the tank and did the welding on the pipe and subframe. Its getting a speedo cluster mount and coolant overflow tank, but the customer is going to do that part.. Its a pretty sweet looking build.. Its got me inspired to build something even more crazy for myself now!

Please give me your feedback, this is my first attempt at a custom one off streetfighter..














 

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That red pops with the super chrome as the base, nicely done.
Who do the coated bolts hold up to torque put on them?
 

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as for the bolts, its actually backwards from what I expected, the bolt heads held up better than the allen head bolts. Putting a socket on the bolt was not problem, couldn't even tell, but the allens since you have to jam the tool in the head, they show the tool marks more.
 
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