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sgunt
Hi everyone!
I'm Günter from Italy, I'm 22 and this is my MT-07 Race Blu
 
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Beemer
Mama MIA! That sure looks nice Gunter, I especially like the little details, like the paint on that two bolt side panel. (I'm effing jealous!) It doesn't jump out but looks real cool when you notice it. Welcome, ride safe!

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Guru
Hi @sgunt. Great to have you here. Feel free to drop a (grey) pin on our member map.
 
Good looking bike. Günter sound like a German name no?

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phicurious86
Nice looking bike!
 

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Eastern Kayaker
Nice!

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grahamfz07
Welcome, nice lookin bike

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jetgirl
Welcome sgunt. Looks good.

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YZEtc
Howdy.
That's a good pic.

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sgunt
Thank you guys! I'm very curious to read and see the changes you make to your bikes, especially on exhaust. Unfortunate that here in Italy it is obligatory to have catalytic converter, otherwise I would have already bought the M4 8-)
 
 

I especially like the little details, like the paint on that two bolt side panel. (I'm effing jealous!) It doesn't jump out but looks real cool when you notice it. Welcome, ride safe!
 
Thanks, I did it myself with the the spray gun and the airbrush, I thought I'd make it different / unique doing some small detail. I'd like to continue this project also on the tank and on the tail, but I'm afraid to do too many details and spoil all the work
 
 

Hi @sgunt. Great to have you here. Feel free to drop a (grey) pin on our member map.  
Günter sound like a German name no?
 
Yess, my grandfather comes from Germany
 

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Beemer
I wouldn't get too carried away with it either, it looks fine as is. Did you spray paint the side panels, tank and everything? What's with the yellowish lines on the panel and just behind the seat? I have an Paasche air-brush myself and compressor but I probably won't paint anything until I get bored with the way it is.

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phicurious86
I wouldn't get too carried away with it either, it looks fine as is. Did you spray paint the side panels, tank and everything? What's with the yellowish lines on the panel and just behind the seat?
Guessing that's just light reflecting off shiny curved stuff.
 

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sgunt
I made this photo with lightpainting's technique (time of shot about 5sec and lighting the bike with a light) if you pay attention you will see that there are many shadows under the bike due to the movement of light, the "What's with the yellowish lines on the panel and just behind the seat" is the reflection of the light that I have moved
 
This is the link of the facebook page of the Italian forum dedicated to the MT where you can see some of the other photos taken with the same technique
 
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=767789963304281&id=581381328611813

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ch3rryghost
Hell yes, I like what I see. Welcome

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