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2010 Sportbike Price List..

Prices shown are for single solid color's..

For Candies, Metallics & Extra Clear coat Ad 25% to prices listed...

I will also offer Discount on Multiple parts & or Complete bike Package price..

 

$225 Frame

 

$50 Swing-arm

 

$45 Subframe

 

$35 Swing-arm Bracket

 

$120 Wheels- set

 

$25 Front Brake rotor,each-center's only

 

$25 Rear Brake rotor,each-center's only

 

$40 Fork Tubes,pair upper

 

$45 Fork's lower legs Pair

 

$60 complete rider set with heelguards, rear set's, brake, and shift levers

 

$25 Wheel hub/sprocket carrier

 

$25 Tripple Clamp upper

 

$20 Tripple lower

 

$15 Brake caliper bracket,each

 

$20 Brake caliper (1pc). each

 

$30 Brake caliper (2) pc, each

 

$25 Clutch cover

 

$25 Stator cover

 

$15 Rear sprocket

 

Ceramic Exhaust price's...All colors..

 

$110 Header

$40 Muffler

 

 

"Special New Year Package Deal...

Package Price includes following parts, And This is for Any color i can get. Single color, Metallic's & candies included..

 

Frame

Swing-arm

Subframe

Wheels- set

Rear Sets

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Total $500.00

 

 

Our Location & other Info..

HP-Powdercoatings

 

3636 Thyme dr.

St.charles,mo 63303

 

Contact Number # 636-936-8051

Hours= Monday-Sunday 9am-9pm

Email = RNMHRD@CHARTER.NET

 

Thanks , TIM

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Beautiful!! Stunning!!

 

DrJ

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Quick question, how big of an item can you do? What about truck bumpers or side step tubes, driveshafts, things of that size? Not really looking for prices yet just wanted to know when the time comes.

 

Thanks

 

I use to live a few blocks from you on Westport, I guess your doing this out of your place?

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Quick question, how big of an item can you do? What about truck bumpers or side step tubes, driveshafts, things of that size? Not really looking for prices yet just wanted to know when the time comes.

 

Thanks

 

I use to live a few blocks from you on Westport, I guess your doing this out of your place?

 

 

 

Right now i can only Fit parts about 41 x 41 x 68..

 

Yes my Garage is my Shop...

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How well does the powder coating hold up on the wheels during tire changes compared to paint?

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you have a pic of a set of wheels in here that have powder coated centers but the outer portions of the wheel are polished (chromed?). can you explain what you did on that particular set?

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How well does the powder coating hold up on the wheels during tire changes compared to paint?

 

 

Powder coating Finish is alot harder more durable coating and impact resistant Then Any Liquid Paint..

 

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you have a pic of a set of wheels in here that have powder coated centers but the outer portions of the wheel are polished (chromed?). can you explain what you did on that particular set?

 

These Wheels ?? These were a set off My old 900rr , when i bought the bike in Piece's the wheels were already Polished.

So what i did was Polish them up & Clean them really good.

Pre-bake in Oven "outgas", To remove any oil ,gas, Grease or any Solvents tramped in the Aluminum.

Remove from oven and once there Cool i masked off wheel Lips.

Then i Powder Coat the center of wheels with Candy Red & Bake For 5-8 Minutes Till powder Starts to melt/Flow out .

Remove and let them cool enough to touch and remove any masking. They go back in the Oven for Full Bake cycle for 20-minutes 375-deg..

 

 

900RR-WHEELS.jpg

 

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Sportbike Rims in Custom Mixed to match Red With polished Lips & Acrylic Clear....

2nd pic is The Paint panel i was given to try and match & the part with my own Red mix...

 

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Couple other bike part pics...

 

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I want to get my wheels, rearsets, heel guards, forks, and calipers done. What do I need to do to get them ready?

 

Edit: Nevermind, I saw it on your website. On the front page it says there's an extra charge for painted or dirty parts. On the pricing page it says that's included in the price. I'm guessing that's just for motorcycle parts?

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I want to get my wheels, rearsets, heel guards, forks, and calipers done. What do I need to do to get them ready?

 

 

Tires removed, & Valve stem,Bearings and seals also..

 

Forks you need to disassemble/ remove seals, O-rings ect..

Calipers Just Clean Degrease & remove brake Fluid..

 

Nothing to the other Parts..

 

Just give me a Heads up on what colors on what Parts so i make sure i have it on hand when your reday to Drop them off..

 

Thanks , TIM

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damn............those look sick

 

I think I know what I'm gonna get when the time is right

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how close to yamaha blue can you get?

 

Should be able to get pretty Close if i can get a small part to match it to...

What year/Color Blue Yamaha is it ?

 

Here's one to match Yamaha Candy Flat Raw Plasma Blue...

 

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