Question regarding the Kawasaki graphics

keelhauld keelhauld at
Tue Mar 22 14:27:43 PDT 2011

I took the pink ones off with a hair dryer and rubbing my finger over 
the glue on the same day I bought it. Took one 1100 off and it looked 
naked so I put a new one on.

On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 12:21 AM, Jeffrey Walker wrote:

> I know that this may be sacrilege to some, but I want to know how 
> difficult
> it is to remove the GPz graphics.  I want to touch up the black 
> plastic on
> my lowers where there's rock and sand dings from the front tire over 
> the
> years.
> I am currently getting my (stock) exhaust powder coated with a ceramic
> coating that is rated for 2000 degrees F.  It is a semi-gloss black 
> color,
> and will cover the chrome on the mufflers in black too (it's 
> impossible to
> use a two-color coat with the ceramic coating process, and the entire
> process takes 5 days in the oven to cure.)
> So I'm thinking that basic black is in.  I'll touch up what I can on 
> the
> engine, and totally repaint the fairing lowers in black with a plastic
> bumper paint.
> I'm thinking that some judicious use of my heat gun coupled with some 
> 'Goo
> Gone' might do the trick?
> Thanks much,
> Jeff in WA
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