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Share K67 with different color schemes

Figured we should have a topic where we can share various non-stock K67 color schemes that we've seen.

Can be helpful inspiration for anyone looking to customize their bikes color, or paint their race fairings, etc.

I'll start off with a few that I've found, most have been posted before but they're spread out over various topics, so if we post them all here it will make it easy for new members to see them.












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That looks AMAZING !!!!!
About how much would that cost to have that professionally done in the USA?
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That looks AMAZING !!!!!
About how much would that cost to have that professionally done in the USA?
I got a quote on it. It’s about $2k minimum.

It’s cheaper to have the bike completely repainted if you’re not going to wrap it yourself. The tank is by FAR the hardest part to do
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I got a quote on it. Itís about $2k minimum.

Itís cheaper to have the bike completely repainted if youíre not going to wrap it yourself. The tank is by FAR the hardest part to do
Thanks for reminding me why I'm waiting for BMW to offer an all black option.
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I got a quote on it. Itís about $2k minimum.
sounds like a ripoff price

a lot of people get full cars wrapped for $2k or less

a bike should never be more than $500 to wrap, including material (assuming 1 solid color).... the amount of material needed is pretty minimal, and its easier than a car can just take all the fairings off.
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sounds like a ripoff price

a lot of people get full cars wrapped for $2k or less

a bike should never be more than $500 to wrap, including material (assuming 1 solid color).... the amount of material needed is pretty minimal, and its easier than a car can just take all the fairings off.
You've been in Thailand too long.
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