Thinking about making the plastics for alta


metallic88

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utah
theres some quick scans of the number plates for those that want them, i prefer to run without.
 

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TCMB371

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@metallic88 i really appreciate you scanning the parts. Do you think you can scan the rear fender, subframe, shock mud flap, lower black plastic cover underneath the rear fender, and/or the rear tailight/license plate bracket for EX/EXR's? Or do you have some sort of size restriction on your scanner?
 

metallic88

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utah
@metallic88 i really appreciate you scanning the parts. Do you think you can scan the rear fender, subframe, shock mud flap, lower black plastic cover underneath the rear fender, and/or the rear tailight/license plate bracket for EX/EXR's? Or do you have some sort of size restriction on your scanner?
ive been thinking of those(just haven torn it apart), I dont have a ex/exr so i cant do that. but my scanner has no limitations ive scanned whole cars with it and whole dirtbikes.
 

TCMB371

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ive been thinking of those(just haven torn it apart), I dont have a ex/exr so i cant do that. but my scanner has no limitations ive scanned whole cars with it and whole dirtbikes.

I might be willing to send you mine to have it scanned. Let me think about it.
 

metallic88

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utah
@metallic88 i really appreciate you scanning the parts. Do you think you can scan the rear fender, subframe, shock mud flap, lower black plastic cover underneath the rear fender, and/or the rear tailight/license plate bracket for EX/EXR's? Or do you have some sort of size restriction on your scanner?
i tried to upload them but it says their too big.
heres a link to them, theyll need alittle work i didnt want to spend anymore time on them.
asfprts.zip
 

VINSANITY

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Texas
I think that 2006 Yamaha YZF shrouds May be the right size / configuration / shape etc.

I attached some pictures - would be willing to purchase a shroud off eBay and send it to you to try.

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metallic88

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Location
utah
I think that 2006 Yamaha YZF shrouds May be the right size / configuration / shape etc.

I attached some pictures - would be willing to purchase a shroud off eBay and send it to you to try.

my 2013 kx450 are practically made for the alta with a little cutting. the ktm ones fit pretty good as well i just dont like covering the frame vents so i havent found a way i like it.
 

C5tor

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San Ramon, CA
Interesting. I see you routed your LHRB through the frame. Interesting choice. It looks a little more protected that way, and doesn't produce a high-point for air bubbles down by the gearbox like the OEM routing does.
 

metallic88

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Location
utah
I highly recommend against it because it gives a chance to the hose to rub against the harnesses.
wouldnt it rub against the coolant lines also, or maybe its ran lower?
(idk cause i dont have a LHRB, but theres not much room in that frame especially if you want to replace the 9v battery)
 
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