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I'm smack-dab in the middle of a winter rebuild on my YFZ and have been looking for something to set her apart from the rest of the crowd. I think I finally found what I was looking for. Alongside selling my TCS LT shocks on ebay (to be replaced by a new pair of Evol X's), I decided to send my worn clutch cover and cylinder head cover off to a company in So-Cal for a special paint treatment. Treatment's called hydrographics and the company I had do it (K2Concepts) specializes in carbon-fiber replica pattern.

The thing that really sold me on this is that the durability of it is rated stronger than powdercoating. We all know how beat up the clutch cover gets, and I don't want to have to re-coat it every other race. Decided to go with a red and black fiber color combo to match the rest of the machine. The images kind of make it look like a red/silver color combo but it's just from the glare off the clear-coat. Here's a few before and after pictures.

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Will post some more images with the Fox Shox and covers installed when the Fox Shox come in.
 

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That looks outstanding bro. :ph34r:
 

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Yup, 50$ for something the size of a cylinder/cam cover or clutch cover so very reasonable. It's something you HAVE to see in person, shines like no other :first:
 

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i dont think its a spray coating jake. Isnt it more of a dipped coating? w/e it is its amazing to say the least[/b]
Well I guess the pattern gets dipped, but the paint and such gets sprayed :rolleyes: haha
 
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