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Previous owner had dropped a few times. I decided today to remove all the decals that all had some good road rash. Also is helping to evaluate which fairings I really need to replace. It's a clean look. One side done so far.
 

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First thing I did when I got my 2015 is pulling off all the stickers. The only one I couldn't do is the ninja on the tank as it is covered in clear coat.
If a sticker was that great they would have painted it on.
 

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Yeah so much cleaner. I think the main side fairing could use something but now I'm free to put whatever I want there.

First thing I did when I got my 2015 is pulling off all the stickers. The only one I couldn't do is the ninja on the tank as it is covered in clear coat.
If a sticker was that great they would have painted it on.
 

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how hard was it to take the decals off i have the exact same bike and the previous dropped it as well....it looks way cleaner without the decals!
 

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It wasn't bad at all. I'd say 30-45 minutes each side. Hair dryer, WD-40, and a credit card to scrape residue. More a test for patience then anything as in some areas a ton of small pieces.

how hard was it to take the decals off i have the exact same bike and the previous dropped it as well....it looks way cleaner without the decals!
 
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