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I have the guys from 3M coming out to do a template of my bike and then fit clear protection on pretty much most of my bike,i will put up some pics when its done
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there is a kit on the internet for the H2
Ninja H2 bike paint protection

iv had mine G Tech coated and its very very good no scratches now
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The guys I am going to this Saturday recommended Suntek film, as it is apparently thinner and more flexible.

They will cover the front and all the leading edges, and then coat everything with CQuartz, a silica based hydro-repellent clear coat, to make the paint washable without worries of scratching...
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there is a kit on the internet for the H2
Ninja H2 bike paint protection

iv had mine G Tech coated and its very very good no scratches now
I've had mine done with GTech at the same place as Bikemad and as he says .... it's very very good :-)

Just need a tankpad now and I'll be happy :-)
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there is a kit on the internet for the H2
Ninja H2 bike paint protection

iv had mine G Tech coated and its very very good no scratches now
Have you used this before? How hard is it to apply?
I have never needed to apply this stuff before as I've never had a bike expensive enough to worry about it
Any suggestions on who could do it in Australia???
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The guys I am going to this Saturday recommended Suntek film, as it is apparently thinner and more flexible.
Not only thinner and more flexible but weaker glue. ...look online for 3M film pulling up paint when removed.

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i have the guys from 3m coming out to do a template of my bike and then fit clear protection on pretty much most of my bike,i will put up some pics when its done
great info, thx
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I'm sorry, but I'm confused. We have g-tech, suntek, and xpel. Could somebody please tell me which one is the one to use?
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someone have pictures of the kit
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