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Old 08-31-2009, 01:54 PM
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if someone was going to put one of these on a 2009 repsol, he would need to put a red one on there. what color red is on the repsol bike, i found candy red and winning red, i just need the rigt color?
 

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They have the repsol orange...
 
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They have the repsol orange...
i know but under the 2009 repsol it is red..i think it is the winning red..
 
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The stripe of red has wavy edges and tapers toward the tail of the bike...I still think the orange undertail would set off the red stripe and make the bike look awsome. Just an opinion...
 
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The stripe of red has wavy edges and tapers toward the tail of the bike...I still think the orange undertail would set off the red stripe and make the bike look awsome. Just an opinion...

true...thanks for the input..
 
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Check out the pics from the Indy GP in the sights and sounds section. The undertail on the repsol is black.
 
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well i may be mistaken that it is red underneath the '09..why dont you do me a favor and look and see what color you think it is on google or something..i dont want to get the wrong color...lol
 
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anyone have the trick to removing the stock tail section? Hotbodies instructions are that good especially related to the 'Hidden' bolts near the battery compartment.
The instructions note hidden bolts to the left and right of the bolt under the relay box. I assume they mean the two bolts on each side for a total of 4. How do you get to the heads of these bolts. The heads are facing down when viewed from the top and concealed by the exterior yellow plastic below from below? The instructions also say to remove ‘remaining bolts’ – what exactly are the remaining bolts , which ones, where and how many?
 
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Originally Posted by dgover View Post
anyone have the trick to removing the stock tail section? Hotbodies instructions are that good especially related to the 'Hidden' bolts near the battery compartment.
The instructions note hidden bolts to the left and right of the bolt under the relay box. I assume they mean the two bolts on each side for a total of 4. How do you get to the heads of these bolts. The heads are facing down when viewed from the top and concealed by the exterior yellow plastic below from below? The instructions also say to remove ‘remaining bolts’ – what exactly are the remaining bolts , which ones, where and how many?

Remove the fuse box and the bolts are underneath.
 
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