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How many of you are going to get body garnish for your Grom/MSX125? the one below looks really cool, not sure who makes it though.


 

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slick.. the image is fuzzy so i can't tell either..
 

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Decent piece to ad on asd a garnish to make it look like a vent but I like it better with out this piece. What do you guys think?

 
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I don't think it's bad looking, I could see what you mean by a faux vent though. I could see guys knocking on that.

But in the end there is no right or wrong mod or accessory for the Grom, As long as it makes the rider/owner happy that is all that matters.
 

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Decent piece to ad on asd a garnish to make it look like a vent but I like it better with out this piece. What do you guys think?

with or without the body garnish the Grom looks good.

with it, it helps to add more silver/grey to the bike since there's already some and it doesn't look out of place but as if it came like that. makes the bike look more rugged too if you know what i mean.

without it, the grom looks clean of course, which is never a bad thing.
 

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I guess your right about that.

So how do these mount on to the Honda Grom?
 

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I guess your right about that.

So how do these mount on to the Honda Grom?
that I wish I knew but looking at it, it there's no where you can screw it in so my best guess is that it might clip in with those ridges or even stick on with double sided 3M tape, or even a combo of both so you can lessen your chance of losing it.
 

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the surface of that spot is pretty flat so I don't think that this piece would clip in anywhere most likely double side tape was used to hold it in.
 

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All you have to do after is get the wheels painted gold to match the forks and a couple more pieces to add to the gold accent.

Like this

 

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You need to stick it on with 3M double sided. However, it is not keen to stay. The best way is a few blobs of silicone sealant for piece of mind. We do carbon versions in case anyone is interested. Honda MSX125 2013- - Tyga Performance
thanks, had a feeling it would come down to using silicone, double sided 3M will just deteriorate after a while and depending how fast you go it will come off quicker than most think.

What is the proper name for this piece? Guy who created this thread calls it a "body garnish" but your website says "tank grille"
 

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what would be the best way to paint the grille black without the black peeling or chipping off? the silver is starting to seem a bit too much for me, stands out more than i'd like it to. hoping to achieve this sort of effect:

 

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what would be the best way to paint the grille black without the black peeling or chipping off? the silver is starting to seem a bit too much for me, stands out more than i'd like it to. hoping to achieve this sort of effect:

The easiest and most versatile way is to use plastic dip. You just spray it on and if you make any mistake you can just peel it off and start over.

 

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check these out...



found it in the Custom catalog from Japan thread. would be wicked to have one of those colors behind this body garnish. a red backing with a carbon fiber body garnish over it on a pearl red Grom would look really good in my opinion.
 

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thanks I like the rear single seat cowel. Is that in the carbon fiber finish?
 
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