I'll see if I can find some of when I started.How did you do the side covers? Any pics of the making of those?
+10 on that! I did a small fraction of fiberglass work and it can be frustrating but it's good feeling knowing you made something or tried to make something with your own fingers. Great work DMCLooks great! Guys, don't get overly excited but don't let me dampen your motivation either. DMC has done an outstanding, I mean OUTSTANDING job but this is no means easy. I made my own drop seat side covers and glassed them into my bags, stretched my BLB rear fender and built a one piece RG fairing for my current build using the same expandable foam and fiberglass. Matter of fact, DMC's thread inspired me to do so. Paint should be complete tonight. This was a MF'r of a project and is a lot of work, mess and dust. Some parts got made two or three times before I was happy. I can't believe how much sand paper I went thru and how much 'glass dust I sucked into my lungs. DMC makes this look simple. It is intense and hats off to him for a fantastic job and informative thread. I am no way near ready to do this again any time soon. Finished product is absolutely gratifing but getting there is a memorable journey. Good luck guys and I hope you have more fun at this than I did, lol.