johnnycash's 1989 Honda VTR 250
Info: My new VTR-250. Before I took the fairing off for repair.
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Info: Shows the big crack in the left fairing of VTR 250
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Info: Here I am drilling holes around the big crack
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Info: Adding a reinforcement plate to back side. It is actually an old license plate corner.
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Info: I have spray glued a few carbon fiber fibers on outside. Next step is painting on West System epoxy then covering layup with rip stop nylon fabric.
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Info: Here is the back side of the fairing after the epoxy has been applied and the wounds have been covered with ripstop nylon. Dacron fabric also works. Once the epoxy hardens just peel off the fabric and...
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Info: I have spray glued some carbon fiber cloth onto the right part of the fairing and will do that to the left side. Once wet with epoxy, I will wait until the epoxy gets "green, (dry to touch but st...
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Info: Bike in black, no bodywork.

Forks straight and working, new chain and sprockets. YZ rear sprocket, Suzuki front sprocket all working in harmony.
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Info: almost ready for primer and paint.
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Info: This is a photoshop version of what I want the side to look like.
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Info: photoshopped camo
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Info: We've been working on the bike. The stock panels have been repaired. It is becoming Camo VTR.  This closeup shows the front of the fairing. the chin panel under the headlight was remade from carbon fi...
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Info: Here the nose panel from the bottom. The paint job isn't important under here. Sheet metal screws will be used attach it to the side panels.
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Info: I am showing the modified mirrors for my VTR 250. The original equipment mirrors were missing and replaced with standard rectangular mirrors. They would hit the fairing at full lock. I cut them off an...
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