Seen a whole bike done in it that looked surprisingly good, installer said lots of heat was required in the curves.
Installer was correct! This stuff is relatively easy to work with, as long as you have patience. So far, I've still got a little more to go, but I've spent at least 10-12 hours of heating, rubbing, pulling, stretching, rubbing some more, finessing a lot, and sweating all over this stuff. the tank has proved to be the biggest pain in the ass, but I am really diggin the end result.
Like I said above, I'm not going to bolt it all back together until I get my decals in, but the scheme is the same as when I had it in blue. I'm going with the XL German style decals in reflective black up front, and Medium reflective black in the rear. I'm keeping my Dakar man decals, but going with reflective red, and I'm putting dark reflective red wheel tape to replace the blue that you see in the pic.
Since I know Pictures are more valuable than anything, here are a few while it's still unbolted
I also had a fair amount of excess, so I played around with my Jeep, and I'm also impressed with the outcome. For anybody that has, or knows what the Commander dash looks like... well, it's stark, and it's BIG! I think this really added what was missing, and it's not wood grain