2018 ZX10R SE
So not so much of a how to, there are tons of those on YouTube, but if anyone wants to know more then I will think about posting more details. For now. I did this without taking photos along the way but can describe it if desired. This is a platinum cured silicone mold with a heavy weight spread tow carbon fiber reinforcement plate. Basically, I ordered smooth on brand 2 part silicone brush on stuff. Mixed it. Brushed it on. Did a total of 3 coats. The last coat I kinda poured on. Then I got out a hair dryer, heated the shit out of it for about 15 min and it was set up pretty firm. From there I pulled the silicone. Trimmed it up a bit. And then got out the wide masking tape and taped the entire tail section of my bike fairing. Inside and out. I put the silicone back on the plastic now covered with tape. Used a lid from a broken Rubbermaid tub and some regular fiberglass resin since it is much cheaper than epoxy and draped a piece of spread tow over the part. Poured the resin on quite liberally and then folded over the ends to add rigidity to the edge of the mold. I added a ton of resin just in case since 12k spread tow eats resin. Then I got an old black t-shirt and laid it over top the whole thing. Last I stuck it all in one of those huge ziplock bags you could stick a large child in and used a vacuum on the vacuum port to suck the air out of the back and force the carbon and t-shirt mold onto the silicone and bike plastic. Last I got out my hand held clothes steamer and slowly went over the whole thing a few times. Being careful to not melt the bag and cause it to lose vacuum. After a couple hours I hit it again with a steamer for good measure then opened the bag and ripped it off the whole get down. From here it was a full body suit, respirator and face shield and a Dremel, oscillating multi tool and grinder in various combos until I got the edges of the mold to match the edges of the plastic. This is where I am at right now.