Will any of you blue bike owners tell me if the SUZUKI decal that is in the side of bike is under the clear coat or can if be removed easily?
Race plastics remove your lights and signals making them illegal for the street, correct?Short of a new paint job, buy race plastics in black, pull off stock and tuck away to remain in mint shape until the day comes you want to sell it, put factory plastics back on and sell the race plastics.
Sorry I thought it to be common sense that you would modify race plastics to use the factory lights.Race plastics remove your lights and signals making them illegal for the street, correct?
I'd still like to hear the best method for removing the decals from the factory plastics.
With all due respect, only the decal on the metal tank is under the clear coat.Sorry I thought it to be common sense that you would modify race plastics to use the factory lights.
You have one option, sand down the decals and repaint, they are under the clear, you cant just "pull them off" so your option and only option is to repaint your entire bike.
They cannot be removed without damage. You have to break through the clear coat to remove the decal. Paying attention to "break ".With all due respect, only the decal on the metal tank is under the clear coat.
Apparently, it's not a matter of common sense at all.
Can anyone offer anything constructive or helpful regarding removing the factory decals?
You realize that all of the decals are NOT under the clear coat, right ?????You’ve been asking this question in multiple threads for what seems like a while now. Take a new razor blade and cut around the outside of whatever it is that you don’t like. Then stick the blade under the decal and try to peel it up. If you actually get it off that way then you can look at what is left and figure out a solution.
There is going to be a void left.
You can sand down everything else to match the base and repaint. (Recommended)
You can bondo the void left by the decal & clear coat removal, then sand & paint
You can bondo the void and sand and vinal wrap
Insert whatever other option you want to do here, because it involves some form of sanding
There is no other way. Everyone keeps telling you this and you’re not listening.