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    http://www.lumilor.com/index.html



    Check it out... stumbled on this and think it could be great for MC riders...

    There are vids of the paint on a bike, and a custom dragon tank on their website.

    http://youtu.be/NLnG0JQNbyg

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    Quote Originally Posted by TdubOhio View Post
    http://www.lumilor.com/index.html



    Check it out... stumbled on this and think it could be great for MC riders...

    There are vids of the paint on a bike, and a custom dragon tank on their website.

    http://youtu.be/NLnG0JQNbyg
    Interesting...wonder how much it costs to get your bike done with this? Who will be the first TW rider on the forum to get it done? The race is on.
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    The only cost estimate I've been able to find is that it would cost somewhere near $400 to coat a skateboard sized object.



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    Quote Originally Posted by lizrdbrth View Post
    The only cost estimate I've been able to find is that it would cost somewhere near $400 to coat a skateboard sized object.
    Wow...still pretty cool though.
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