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BTW, they are two diff blacks we were playing around with, one high gloss, one more of a flat black.

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matches the bike well. but the two blacks, does that mean the passenger pegs are a different black? why not do a test piece rather than have different looking pegs?

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Okay, so do my stuff already sheesh!
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haha, still getting the hang of it.

yesterday it took us about 12hrs to do two full sets of rearsets and pass pegs. uninstall and reinstall prep etc.


How much should one charge for such work.

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I bet, with all the requests you'll have for it, you could make a goodly income while you look for a new job. Find the going rates from pros, but i'd probly charge less bc A) we're all clsb'ers, and B) They're pros

I'd be willing to pay to have things powdercoated, thatd be sweet!

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Looks good, btw!

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How much should one charge for such work.
Beat these prices and the customers will come. For me, you should do it for free.

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hey Mao,

I think that the rear sets are each so 25 p side so I am sure I can beat that and make it worth all the work and running costs.

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That's all you brotha. It's your show. I don't even have a bike worthy of powder coating parts right now.

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i could schmelt your ding dong in GOOOLLLDDDDD



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Looks good. I would be interested in giving you some business.
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Looks good. I would be interested in giving you some business.
Careful if this guys shows up with some lube.

If I show up with my levers and rear sprocket, can I hang out and take them home the same day?
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I think that the rear sets are each so 25 p side so I am sure I can beat that and make it worth all the work and running costs.
It's $25 for both rearsets. I just had mine done at tripageled.com
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how big of a part can you do? like could you do an entire bike frame?

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I doubt he has an oven big enough to fit a bike frame in his garage.

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Kinda on subject, can anyone do carbon fiber? I have an autoclave, just do not know how to form it.
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Careful if this guys shows up with some lube.

If I show up with my levers and rear sprocket, can I hang out and take them home the same day?
have you hanging out? thatll be an extra 600$



lol, shouldnt be a prob.

I gotta order more powder now so I will get a bunch because it seems a buncha people are lining up.

And rightfully so, its looking DEAD SEXY!


thanks for the cost verify Keyhole,

cant do frames yet, I am using a standard sized oven right now. In a bit I will be upgrading to a larger one.

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Seriously, rear sets, pass pegs, and gas tank cover.

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FYI, Silent has a free electric stove if you need a second one or need a back up. https://www.chicagolandsportbikes.com...ad.php?t=55383
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also did his vortex slider bracket

heres a pic of mine

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Man I'm getten my R6S done.. that is fawking hawt

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Looks nice. Let me know if you need more practice
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Same here. I have a bunch of stuff I need coated.
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Kinda on subject, can anyone do carbon fiber? I have an autoclave, just do not know how to form it.
Yes. How big is your autoclave? Is it a medical autoclave? By the way, the only the time you use an autoclave for composite work is if you use prepreg.
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Yes. How big is your autoclave? Is it a medical autoclave? By the way, the only the time you use an autoclave for composite work is if you use prepreg.
Yes it is a medical autoclave. My wifes from when she owned her tattoo studio. I want to make some smaller parts, but also planning on some big things (tank, front fender, ect). I cannot find and info on how to do this in simple terms on the iternet or my library. I cannot fit the big stuff in wifeys autoclave, but I have a friend that built his own airplane. He may know where I can go if I have to have big parts autoclaved.
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Yes it is a medical autoclave. My wifes from when she owned her tattoo studio. I want to make some smaller parts, but also planning on some big things (tank, front fender, ect). I cannot find and info on how to do this in simple terms on the iternet or my library. I cannot fit the big stuff in wifeys autoclave, but I have a friend that built his own airplane. He may know where I can go if I have to have big parts autoclaved.
Any particular reason why you want to use an autoclave?
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