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Got a minor scratch in the fairing sticker luckily doesn't look to have scratched through to the plastic parts. Was wondering what would be the easiest way to patch it up?
 

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If you got photoshop make your own. You can go to a local mall and find a place that will print the vinyl cut out for you.


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Might be a bit overkill for what I'm looking to accomplish. Literally, need 1 thin strip of blue tape to cover up the scratch.
 

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Partshark.com
 

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Might be a bit overkill for what I'm looking to accomplish. Literally, need 1 thin strip of blue tape to cover up the scratch.
You plonker, you've answered you're own question
 

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Umm...not really. Sure I could use any regular blue tape but it wouldn't match. What I'm trying to say is I'd prefer to find tape that's as close to the OEM sticker color as possible.
 

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As I`m a noobie member I cant post links but head over to;

motorcyclespareparts . eu

They might have what you are looking for
 

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Hi guys. recently scratched his motorcycle. Accidentally fell and in one place straight such a strong scratch was. I did not want to repaint it. I decided to paste a sticker. Accidentally caught this seller https:// goo. gl/E36qJr (remove the space) . The guy quickly sent the parcel + gift liquid for the shine of the paint. I talked with the seller, very well versed in motorcycles.
 
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