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post #1 of 18 Old 10-15-2005, 10:18 AM Thread Starter
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Removing stickers on a titainium

Any one removed the stickers on a titainium?
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I took off the "NINJA" stickers off the front, no prob just used the wife's hair dryer. I kept the "ZX10R" stickers on the back so people know what they are dealing with!
But if you mean the warning stickers on the swing arm and the tank...um they were gone the moment I got the bike home!
If there is any left over glue crap on the plastic just wipe it with WD/40 on a rag.

Well, I started out with nothing and I still have most of it...
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I took off the "NINJA" stickers off the front, no prob just used the wife's hair dryer. I kept the "ZX10R" stickers on the back so people know what they are dealing with!
But if you mean the warning stickers on the swing arm and the tank...um they were gone the moment I got the bike home!
If there is any left over glue crap on the plastic just wipe it with WD/40 on a rag.
did you have to use wd-40 where the ninja stckers were?

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I removed all the decals from my Ti 636. The only thing I really had to use WD40 on was the tank. That was the most stubborn decal on the thing. Everywhere else I just sprayed Plexus on it and buffed that off with a microfiber cloth.

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I removed all the decals from my Ti 636. The only thing I really had to use WD40 on was the tank. That was the most stubborn decal on the thing. Everywhere else I just sprayed Plexus on it and buffed that off with a microfiber cloth.
You taking them off the geen?

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I was afraid of messing the paint, so I used a hair dryer on the decal and S1000 cleaner on the sticky stuff.

It was a lot of work!!!

I think the bike looks a lot better without the sitckers, plus the Ninja thing just is not my style.




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Im with you on the ninja stickers they have to go, but Im not sure what I want to do with the rest.

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Take them all off! This Ti 636 looks very nice without them. Really cleans up the bike.
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Take them all off! This Ti 636 looks very nice without them. Really cleans up the bike.
Lets see it

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