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Chrome air intake trim

1/4" wide, adhesive backed plastic chrome trim, cut to fit.

I like! Thumbs up or thumbs down?
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looks great to me!!
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Not bad...I give it a thumbs up!

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Looks good!

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looks good man
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def better than the plain stock look to me,the big question is do you like it ?Really that's all that matters!




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yeah, looks great.
i'm going to take mine and paint the black parts the maroon/red color of the bike.. and i think your idea of the chrome strips would make it look even better.
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1/4" wide, adhesive backed plastic chrome trim, cut to fit.

I like! Thumbs up or thumbs down?
Looks great on yours, but would not work on my filters. Damn pod filters!! LOL


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