I agree with Felix but if funds are an issue, go to a company that does vehicle wraps. You can get look-alike carbon-fibre material to cover the problem. You may even be able to match the colour with wrap materials since some shops have the ability to match colour and print it for you. You'll need to prepare underneath really well, however, since imperfections will telegraph through.I don't think you should try to cover it up. Instead, I think you should take that panel to a good body shop and have it resprayed. The bike deserves it.
Try visiting ColorRite.com. I have not used them myself, but have heard from others that their products are perfect matches to factory paint. Once I get my 2005 K1200S running, I plan to get a kit from them to fix all the road rash.Appreciate what your saying Felix and ultimate that's what I'd like to do, however that's going to be expensive and I haven't the spare funds at this time,that's why I'm looking for a temporary cover job until I'm in the position to address the job properly
Thanks Corkboy that's the closest to what I'm thinking of I'm looking for something to go on the fairing.Was hoping to find rectangular pieces about 150mm X 80mm. Thanks againThis what you're looking for?
I ordered stickers for the body of the motorcycleI ordered stickers on the plastic of a motorcycle for Aliexpress, designed to keep the legs better and not slip. the quality is good, the price is around 20usd.www.k-bikes.com
Same member, a picture of them on the bike
Motorcycle plastic protection.Hi guys . I pasted stickers ordered from China on my motorcycle. The quality is excellent, the glue holds well. I am very glad. ))www.k-bikes.com
I used these, which are heavy plastic and raised. You can put them on in any combination
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