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    Sette Razzo frame graphics - how are they attached?

    Just wondering how the Razzo graphics are on the frames. I was thinking about fully debadging it and I hope they are just stickers. Custom paint on this thing would be cool.

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    I have no personal contact with the razzo, but all the other Sette frames have the graphics under the clear coat. I dont see why you couldn't strip them off without to many issues.
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    I read somewhere - can't remember if it was mtbr.com or another site - about someone who had the Razzo stripped clean of the graphics. As correctly noted above - they sit below a clear coat. My recollection is the owner used an aviation stripper to remove the clear coat and then the graphics. If I find that info. I'll post it.

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    Post #30 in this thread:

    Post Your Sette Razzo Pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Van-Go
    I read somewhere - can't remember if it was mtbr.com or another site - about someone who had the Razzo stripped clean of the graphics. As correctly noted above - they sit below a clear coat. My recollection is the owner used an aviation stripper to remove the clear coat and then the graphics. If I find that info. I'll post it.

    That was posted on this forum I remember reading it. Bike looked better without the logo's.

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    Aircraft stripper here..... Wrinkled up quick and then wiped clean.....

    Needs to be hit up with a little polish every once in a while unless you re-clearcoat the frame......




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    Quote Originally Posted by HOLLYWOOD33
    Aircraft stripper here..... Wrinkled up quick and then wiped clean.....

    Needs to be hit up with a little polish every once in a while unless you re-clearcoat the frame......



    That bike looks really nice with the naked polished aluminum! Really sharp! I think I may need to do that with my frame whenever I end up getting it.

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