RRD material is the best MX specific decal
product out. Made with our easy to install Air Escape material to
help with bubble free decals.
1) Line up the bolt hole and the back corner.
2) Squeegee the red line starting from the middle and working out
3) Work your way down and split any wrinkles in half going out the
4) Work your way to the bottom, go slow work bubbles out.
5) Go back to middle start working upward, again work wrinkles out
6) Work and remaining wrinkles and bubbles out the top.
material has a lower bond and plastic prep is critical.
prints have limited life treat with 303 Protectant. You can
find it at Autozone.
sure your hands are clean. Remove mold release agents off your
plastic before installing. Acetone
plastic is smooth but will have oily film from mold release from the
factory. For super bonding
wave a propane torch lightly over the plastic. Just a quick pass,
you should see the mold release evaporate off.
clean again with acetone. Careful not to discolor the plastic.
21mil----warm graphic and plastic with hair dryer
installing. For wet application (not recommended) we suggest mixing
a bottle of water with one drop of dish
Lightly spray plastic and squeegee fluid out following the above
technique. Sit in sun (inside a car window
a good solar oven) or heat lightly with hair dryer, avoid over
heating. Avoid using for 24 hours You
may trim edges with a razor blade.
Gas tanks: (Make sure you remove the little hole plugs before
installing). Empty and clean gas tanks of all gasoline
sit for 3-4 days. Install graphic do not apply wet. Once
installed let graphic sit for 48 hours before putting gas in
Air bubbles will occur after use push air out of the holes to lay
flat. (Gas will dissolve
the glue over a period of time
do not guarantee the decal on gas tanks.) Lastly do
not store your bike with gas in the tank and unscrew the tank
this applies to: PW50 YZ85 YZ125/250 RM85
RM125/250 and other older bikes that have exposed tanks.
Reprints are available for the gas
tank pieces at:
This is a classic video of a mechanic having to deal with a dude
videoing him. We had this happen to more
then once, "trying to be nice but I got to get stuff done":) Remember
Trailer Graphic Instructions
1 Patients is the key to success!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2 Find a big table and layout all the pieces. Each piece is numbered
(if done in cut vinyl) by the order it should be put on.
3 This graphic is big so the best way to put this on is wet. Have a
bottle (NO Windex or window cleaners) with 2 drops of dish
soap to 16oz of
water and a squeegee (small 6inch window one will do.)
4 Figure out the area on the trailer you want to do and clean really
remove any screws which could be in the graphic area.
5 Mask a straight line and make sure it level. This will give you a
Don't try and eyeball it.
6 Lightly mist the area you will be applying then peel and wet back
fo decal with
fluid lightly. Apply by starting in one corner and squeeze the air
bubbles out as you go.
The wet back will help this. Then move on to piece #2 and so on. If
this graphic is
done in pieces, seams are made to over lap by about a 1/4 inch.
7 Once you have all the decals go away for a few hours and let
dry. Let vehicle
sit in the sun the any air bubbles will out gas. Some will
remain you can pop those
with an Exacto knife. Also over time most bubbles perk out.