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 Decorative Custom Rear Skull Extention Suzuki M800 / M50

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scotland warrior
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PostSubject: Decorative Custom Rear Skull Extention Suzuki M800 / M50   Tue May 29, 2012 9:39 pm











This took four days to make, lots of shaping cutting trimming and grinding.

The eyes nose and teeth all glow red, it’s a light weight skull air soft mask with aluminium brackets making the skull flow with the bikes lines and keeping any dirt out the lights as it’s a sealed unit.

How to start,

1, find a mask that you like.

2, look at where you want it over your wheel, cutting the mask to the shape you want.

3, make many card templates to look at the best way for you to mount the mask.

4, find alloy metal, Targetry or street signs are good.

5, template to shape the metal, do not rush.

6, you will need two as the second is used to shape strengthen and smooth the sides.

7, manipulate the metal to fit inside the mask giving you a good fit and a sealed back.

8, use the mask and drill your hols for mount inch the plastic mask, nuts bolts and big washers, four hols over the forehead will do.

9, test fit for look and accuracy,

10, mix bond body filler to hide the lines and bolts front and back, this may take many different coats to get the look you’re after, again take your time.

11, sand and grind for the smooth finish. But if it’s a textured mask then don’t kill yourself to get it perfect.

12, this is the easy bit, prep and prime.

13, spray black.

14, colour the scars or any other features.

15, 3 to 4 layers of lacquer.

16. Fit and admire.
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PostSubject: Re: Decorative Custom Rear Skull Extention Suzuki M800 / M50   Tue May 29, 2012 9:52 pm

that looks totally killer, would love to see a picture of it lit up in the dark. love all the custom bits on your bike, I reckon its one of the best in the showroom
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PostSubject: Re: Decorative Custom Rear Skull Extention Suzuki M800 / M50   Tue May 29, 2012 10:26 pm

Looks well Jim,you certainly do a good job,and write up.As Joe commented the best in the showroom,and Scotland as you have already proved.
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PostSubject: Re: Decorative Custom Rear Skull Extention Suzuki M800 / M50   Tue May 29, 2012 10:51 pm

yet again nice workmanship jim nuver one off piece added to your bike
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PostSubject: Re: Decorative Custom Rear Skull Extention Suzuki M800 / M50   Tue May 29, 2012 11:48 pm

Here is another angle





thanks gents, I love showing that it not a HD lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Decorative Custom Rear Skull Extention Suzuki M800 / M50   Wed May 30, 2012 12:29 pm

I like the miniature dog addition to the number plate in the 3rd pic!
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PostSubject: Re: Decorative Custom Rear Skull Extention Suzuki M800 / M50   Wed May 30, 2012 2:05 pm

This bike really is a one of a kind Jim , good job and great write up as usual

when are you going to get rid of that bloody false swingarm
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PostSubject: Re: Decorative Custom Rear Skull Extention Suzuki M800 / M50   Wed May 30, 2012 8:26 pm

got tu be nearly time for some air brushing that tank skull would look du nuts air brushed up with maybe some sort uh art work around it smokey eary type stuff ken wot i min jim cool lookin bike but still a sweet lookin bike as it is
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