I must admit that I am a little bit crazy about customizing my bikes, they have to look crazy and different from all other bikes. Those who knew my Africa Twin know how many time I painted that bike. Maybe 25 times since I owned it. To paint on a dirt bike is impossible, the paint will come off immediately, after searching the internet I found a company, that I like and I ordered a 2,2 millimeter scratch resistant graphic kit for my bike. It took about ten days to arrive from the U.S. I never installed vinyl graphics on bikes, so this is my very first time. The product felt top notch out of the box, after properly cleaning the bike over and over again I was ready to install the first sheet of graphic onto the side panel. Those stickers are about 115 Dollars plus shipping - so You don't want to make any mistakes. The last clean I made with rubbing alcohol, the one you get in the pharmacy for cleaning wounds. I applied windex on the decal and on the plastic. The stickers are touch sensitive and as long as You don't press hard, You can move them around until the final alignment. With a squeegee and a soft towel I slowly moved out bubbles and underneath the surface. My old air gun finally got used and it worked great. I think I did an "O.k.-Job" for a beginner, I think some guys will do this more professianal then me, but I wanted to try it myself. The quality of those decals is great. Under heat you can stretch them and move them nicely into corner with pressure. So now let the result speak. By the way ebay offers a lot of graphic kits for bikes. Check' em out - they're a great investment.