Good eyes guys...Got a couple things...but missed some too. The tank does in fact have some additional graphics. I didn't put them there for appearances, but mostly to help protect the sides of the tank. In only 10 hrs they are starting to look awful scuzzy. My pants, the dirt and the occasional riding boot getting banged against them is taking a toll. I don't think it looks too bad. It is just simple "carbon fiber" background material that I cut.
The black axle...yep, black electrical tape. Not trying to go for the LOOK, but trying to keep a stock axle from looking like A$$. I have no idea why, but the stock axles in most ATVs turn to crap in such a short time. A few runs back and forth with the tape, and some of the abuse it will take in the mud/dirt and such will be minimized. The tape also is wrapped up on the locknut. I am used to doing it on stocker axles to help keep the nuts from backin off. My T4 has a Durablue with a locking nut, plus it is nearly new, so the chrome is in really good shape. No need for it just yet.
Now, a couple things nobody mentioned. Look closely at the nosepiece and rear fenders. Small "carbon fiber" graphics from the same background material on both. Lastly, no Fuel Injection stickers or the annoying warning labels. The only one left is the one on the left front fender (on the shelf now)
Oh ya, BTW, check out the bottoms of the rear fenders....totally thrashed already. Glad I didn't buy a black one. It would look like a 3 year old bike in 3 weeks.