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    Old honda decals. SL125

    Does anyone have any recommendations on a manufacturer or supplier for these in NZ?
    They are fitted and then clear coated AFAIK. Thanks in advance, Al
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    Soz, can't point you in a useful direction.

    IIRC Hondas back in the day had decals with the edges tapering away so there was virtually no lip. When clear coated the finish was perfectly smooth. I've never seen this kind of attention to detail on any other bikes.

    Having said that, if you can find a decal "map", a good wrap shop should be able to do some for you.

    My mate just had his ute wrapped with company logos, cartoons and images. Awesome job. Let me know if you find the decal map and I can pass on my mates wrapper. As it were...
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    Thanks Jorgι! Gentleman and a scallop!
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    Thanks Reckless, I have the pommy one on my watchlist. The americans take such a long time to post at a high price to boot IME... was also hoping to support local...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laava View Post
    Thanks Reckless, I have the pommy one on my watchlist. The americans take such a long time to post at a high price to boot IME... was also hoping to support local...
    Have you tried oem or Malcolm at whatever he is called now Acnahonda?

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    https://www.anacondaltd.co.nz/

    i did find this though
    https://www.retromotioninnovations.c...ecal-placement

    gee repo ones are not that cheap either
    https://marblesmotors.com/product/ho...-cover-decals/
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    Yep USA freight is horrendous yet Germany etc are a fraction of the price.
    Trust me I have about 4k worth of engine bits coming for an FZR1040 build.

    If you want to try local maybe Workshop Graphics could make some Darryl does Custom Graphics for MX bikes.
    https://workshopgraphics.co.nz/mx-graphics/

    Other wise pay the money and get some from someone who does good work it will make or break the job.

    A little trick I use when looking for parts for the Z1r and especially the 89 FZR race bikes is when doing a search Select images instead of All in google.
    It often brings up stuff that you cant find in the all list. Then click on the image and it will shortcut you to the source.
    Like this one I found with the above method
    https://www.cchaotidk.com/index.php?...ucts_id=879753


    PS I got the race bike wrapped and then stickered (easy if you have an off no paint) the whole damn bike is decals LOL
    Good luck
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    Thanks guys, some great info there!
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