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hello ppl

check out this new graphics. They make personalized graphic kits with the elements you want.

when you ask them for a kit, once the job is done they will sent you the kit in vectorial file so you just have to take them to a printing company so print them. I think the price is fine to a personalized kit. is the near past there are only those graphic kits that everyone has so a personalized option is great. You can choose colors, sponsors...etc etc etc

check out some of their works. you can check updates at ATV Graphics

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New jobs in progress

Work in progress for LTR

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work in progress for YFZ450

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yeah yeah, you can do all, like bringing peace to the world. lol. if you can design this things yourself you are telling that you pay more that 100$ just for the printing right?!lolol

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yeah yeah, you can do all, like bringing peace to the world. lol. if you can design this things yourself you are telling that you pay more that 100$ just for the printing right?!lolol

Do they actually print the stickers for you? Or just on paper?

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Oh! I thought you meant they designed them and send you a copy on paper. My mistake.

My wife does graphic design for Phoenix Custom Apparel. She does similar things but for race trucks and dragsters.

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I wouldnt want to have to pay twice to get graphics. One for the design and one for the printing company. I would rather just pay someone to send me the graphics already done.

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so now its not THEY it is WE.....

If you want to PIMP your site here....Maybe we could do a little Product REVIEW.....????

Ive done one before here.....

Pic a Rider to send your STICKERS to and then we can see what your comp. is all about:yes:

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BTW....Feel Free to hang out and experience the OTHER parts of the Forum and participate in the Discussions......Dont just Fly in and PIMP your Site......Dont make me hit my MOD button....LMAO!!!!!!!!

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Bot, does she do any designing for quads and that kinda stuff??

Her company doesn't do the wraps or decals. They design the suits and crew shirts. (I wish they did MX stuff) She is very talented and can design anything. Send her a PM and see if she would be willing to design something for you.(make it worth her time). She could probably design you something and then send you the file.

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i gotta see right now if im gettin the graphics from the Boss offroad crew for our sponsorship with them or if im going to go a different route....but i'll keep her in mind :) i bet shes awesome..

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i said we because i'm helping the designer to promote his site. he done a kit for my z400 and next week i will post some pictures of it

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bahah athanks bot....but we're in like 23432 teams....we can't make our own, it'd be pointless...

team twisted racing

team boss offroad racing

team bla blah blah bhahha :)

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