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Old 10-27-2012, 07:58 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Capttmb, are you sure you paid $45 for the paint because if you did, you got the deal of a life time. Tsukaya quoted me $350 for one part color match and $450 for a two part color match. This price is on top of the discounted price of the Patrol bags of $548 (which come in primer).


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For 45.00 more Tsukaya will paint them gloss black. The gloss black matches the gloss black Memphis Shades BatWing fairing perfectly. Unfortunately I've never seen a Midnight Warrior physically. So could not really say.
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Capttmb, are you sure you paid $45 for the paint because if you did, you got the deal of a life time. Tsukaya quoted me $350 for one part color match and $450 for a two part color match. This price is on top of the discounted price of the Patrol bags of $548 (which come in primer).
Yes, 45 dollars more for gloss black, but as you say, much higher for a color match. I paid 593.00 total for the bags painted gloss black. I guess they have plenty of gloss black paint. Since I plan on keeping the Batwing fairing gloss black I thought the gloss black bags would go well on the bike.
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All you need is a low and mean lower chin in black and it should all contrast nicely.
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All you need is a low and mean lower chin in black and it should all contrast nicely.
Yeah, I never thought about that. That sounds like a good idea. Who makes the low and mean chin fairing, Christok? You wouldn't happen to have a pic of one would you, Wicked?
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http://www.lowandmean.com/index.php?...mart&Itemid=60

I think Christok makes one also.
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Got it, thanks. Black gloss is all I need for a Midnight.

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Yes, 45 dollars more for gloss black, but as you say, much higher for a color match. I paid 593.00 total for the bags painted gloss black. I guess they have plenty of gloss black paint. Since I plan on keeping the Batwing fairing gloss black I thought the gloss black bags would go well on the bike.
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I like them too. I recently contacted Tsukaya to inquiry about those very same bags and they said: "We are sorry that our hardbags doesn't fit with 2008 Yamaha Roadstar Warrior"

I could see now that they do fit. How was the installation process ? I guess the rear stock turn signals need to be removed (I'd like to keep them on) ?
you could get the bags and mount turn signals on the bags. there are lots of options for turn signals if you go that route
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