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Hi all,


I too put a deposit on an H2.


Anyone have experience with clear armour applied to the tank and body panels?


I doubt they will ever make a specific kit for the H2, but it sure would be nice to preserve the appearance while not biting into the paint with my thighs. The alternative is the standard decal-style tank protector.
 

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Hi all,


I too put a deposit on an H2.


Anyone have experience with clear armour applied to the tank and body panels?


I doubt they will ever make a specific kit for the H2, but it sure would be nice to preserve the appearance while not biting into the paint with my thighs. The alternative is the standard decal-style tank protector.


Clear Armour:eek::eek::eek: Use 3M clear Bra.
 

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Bike wrapping is not a big thing...
May there is a pro in your area with clear wrap for the H2 parts.
 

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Yeah, I'm not sure how I feel about a tank pad setup(Techspec, StompGrip, etc) on such a gorgeous paint job! I'm thinking something along the lines of 3M's Defender series with some sort of texture to give me some grip on the tank...
 

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thanks guys,
ill give that clear bra a try on my guinea pig (aka klr650). Maybe even test the spray on stuff.
 

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On another bike, I had the local 3M place apply paint protection film ("clear bra") to the back of the gas tank. It has stood up well for about 30,000 km. Planning to do the same with this one.
 

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On another bike, I had the local 3M place apply paint protection film ("clear bra") to the back of the gas tank. It has stood up well for about 30,000 km. Planning to do the same with this one.
There's a company called Xpel who makes a self-healing film that's incredible. I just wrapped a McLaren MP4 with it. Stuff is amazing. If you scratch it then leave it in the sun it 'heals' itself (it expands and levels with heat basically). Watch the video on their website. It'll seriously cut down on the number of times you have to re-apply it if you like to wear jackets with zippers. The application gel they sell makes doing yourself a cakewalk.
 

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Pretty darn cool...something like that would be really good for the paint we have on these bikes....Not so sure though if a guy could FIND someone skilled enough to do this right...the first time.The video shows a WHITE jeep....not a mirror black paint.Could be totally different applying and getting it totally bubble free and all.I really would like having it on there for the bugs and chips.
 
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