You're kidding, right?The biggest issue I can see with using it on a skid plate is that it wouldn't slide off rocks and roots as well. It would have a tendency to stick.
THAT IS FREAKIN' SWEET ! I'm copying this the first time I drop my Vee!You're kidding, right?
My front fender, my side fairings, my windshield, my skidplate, my passenger footpegs, my luggage rack, my exhaust fairing, my crashbars, my PIAA light cages, and my rear brake cylinder cover plate are all sprayed with it.
I saw a H1 Hummer once that was covered nose to tail in a spray on bed liner type finish. Very rugged and cool. Maybe this is not a bad look for the ultimate adventure bike?
Been through several drops, three crashes, and two major mud puddle baths.THAT IS FREAKIN' SWEET ! I'm copying this the first time I drop my Vee!
Someone said that this stuff helps keep things quiet. I was kind of wondering if a rubberized coating would tame some of the vibes from the Givi bars...Did mine right after I got them. A couple of light coats, so not as textured as a bedliner would be. I like it that way. No problems w/ anything scratching the finish yet.