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Hi,

Here are some quick pics on our Sumo-x Fury we just get finished.

Mods so far are:

Sumo-X 260 fat tire kit, chrome.
Chrome front wheel.
LaM Seatpan, modified and covered by MTL Custom
LaM Spike Air intake
LaM Chrome Air intake adapter
LaM 1" Fork extenders
LaM Lowering kit
Küryakyn Engine Case Cover
Küryakyn ISO Grips
Canella risers
Cobra pipes
Powercommander PC-V
Raw Design Sidemount
Kellermann Rhombus DF led turnsignals, incl rear and brake light.
Kellermann Rhombus led turnsignals
MTL Custom Front turn signal bracket
MTL Custom ABS brake line kit
Arlen Ness mirrors.

We are also going to mount Accutronix Diamond chrome forward controls.







As soon as the weather is getting better we are going to have a photo shooting outside and get some better pics for you....

Regards from us up in the North!

/ Mattias

MTL Custom Bikeparts, Sweden
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I guess that answers the question on whether a L&M seat pan could work on a Sumo-X fender.
Yet another fantastic Fury!
So when you say you had to mod the pan to fit what did you need to do? I noticed you cut some off the back of it. Is that all??
 

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Does anyone know if you were to paint your side covers would regular paint stand up to the heat on the exhaust side?
 

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Yet another fantastic Fury!
So when you say you had to mod the pan to fit what did you need to do? I noticed you cut some off the back of it. Is that all??
Yes, we cut about 5-6" in the rear, then it fit perfect after a little grinding...
No problem at all!
 

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Beautiful! Yet another happy fury owner!
 

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painted covers will not be affected by the stock path of pipes. if you get pipes that travel next to the covers-that could be a problem.

for rattle can paint:
make sure you use a primer-final paint-clear coat that are matched.
in other words, use enamel or acrylic types for all three.
don't paint if the humidity is high.
i tried one side with a gloss paint, no clear.
the other side with clear.
frankly, i got a better match w/o the clear.

also, and i think our paint experts can comment on this far better than i; you don't need a glossy paint if you're going to clear coat glossy.

that's my two shillings worth of nonsense. hope it helps.
i have a black beauty and the painted covers really make a difference. check out my album.
 

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Nice looking ride! I really like the seat and the side covers painted. May have to talk to Painter about doing me some side covers.
 
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