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Old 07-05-2010, 05:11 PM   #31
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Amazing! Another master piece!!!

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Looking really great, good job on the decals
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Old 09-30-2010, 08:14 PM   #36
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guys is there a thread or a website with a good tutorial on how to use carbon fiber decal?
i found a bunch but they are not very easy to me
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Where you get your seat padding from? (el material del asiento)
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PM me with the information, please.
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Re: Yamaha M1 Test Carbon.

MFH (model factory hiro) makes some great adhesive, suede-like material. I'd highly recommend it. It comes in a variety of colors.
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Something else you can try which works really well is embossing powder. Get some, airbrush a base color on the seat, then apply the embossing powder, tap off the extra, let it dry, and then airbrush on a top coat to seal it. I cant post pics now but it looks good.

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Something else you can try which works really well is embossing powder. Get some, airbrush a base color on the seat, then apply the embossing powder, tap off the extra, let it dry, and then airbrush on a top coat to seal it. I cant post pics now but it looks good.

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Where you get it? At a hobby shop?
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Re: Yamaha M1 Test Carbon.

i got mine at a hobby shop in MN. you might try michaels, jonanns, as I do not remember seeing it in the hobbytown usa. also, you might try hobby oasis on beach and san pablo. not sure if it is there or not.
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i got mine at a hobby shop in MN. you might try michaels, jonanns, as I do not remember seeing it in the hobbytown usa. also, you might try hobby oasis on beach and san pablo. not sure if it is there or not.
Hobbytown doesn't have it, checked at noon today, btw got me another bike 1/2 off as you told me. Oaisis still there on San Pablo I'll call him otherwise HobbyLobby is next door. I PMed u if u have not noticed.
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Re: Yamaha M1 Test Carbon.

You can also use something called "microballoons". Spray the paint, dust with these, shake, and then spray again after drying. Instant "texture". You can also use it for a "cast" appearance of metal. It's particularly useful for the RC211v's engine block.

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