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By Dalilreality
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Sskye4575 wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 4:11 pm
Sskye4575 wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 8:06 am
Nissan wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 12:41 am


Whaouuuuu she is just beautiful !!!
Very nice work what I can ask you what you have installed in the small bag under the headlight ???
And if I too misused asking you what you did to remove the original logos ???
You use sandpaper ??
Are you putting a layer of paint before the final ???

And above all you have to use how much spray to have this dream result To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.


Sorry for all these questions but when I see such a good job it makes me want to have the same To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.

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Thank you in advance for your feedback
In that small bag is the black box that's inside the big green box that lime had on scooter, I tried hiding it it inside the pole but it was too big. The stickers and design's on the front of the scooter were painted on so they can be sanded down but the stickers on the side of the scooter I sanded the big sticker and painted over it. The paint is Galaxy Blue from Amazon made by Rust-Oleum it's color shift paint, but with this paint you have to have a black base coat (primer). I used about 2-3 coat's of the Galaxy Blue paint after I sprayed the black base coat and after the 2-3 coat's of Rust-Oleum 2× Clear Coat.. I'll post some pictures of the paint and the black box under the light.
Here's the paint and primer I used...
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Really beautiful scooter, how did you do to use the original controller ?
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Dalilreality wrote:
Sat Nov 09, 2019 5:00 am
Sskye4575 wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 4:11 pm
Sskye4575 wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 8:06 am

In that small bag is the black box that's inside the big green box that lime had on scooter, I tried hiding it it inside the pole but it was too big. The stickers and design's on the front of the scooter were painted on so they can be sanded down but the stickers on the side of the scooter I sanded the big sticker and painted over it. The paint is Galaxy Blue from Amazon made by Rust-Oleum it's color shift paint, but with this paint you have to have a black base coat (primer). I used about 2-3 coat's of the Galaxy Blue paint after I sprayed the black base coat and after the 2-3 coat's of Rust-Oleum 2× Clear Coat.. I'll post some pictures of the paint and the black box under the light.
Here's the paint and primer I used...
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Really beautiful scooter, how did you do to use the original controller ?
I simply scanned the QR code to ride it and when it was unlocked I disconnected the green box and stopped the ride and then after I connected it all back together and opened the front of the green box and reset the GPS cpu by running a magnet over the front of it. But I only did this because when I bought my scooter it was from a guy who worked for lime and told me it's the only way that the scooter would run, I didn't know I could just buy ah brushless motor control and bypass the GPS and CPU. But honestly I don't mind it. The only thing that I don't like is that I can't turn the scooter off. Everything stays on , but since I have the green box off I just usually disconnect the headlight when I don't need it.
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Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:37 pm
I just got chased by the lime ops van because I haven’t painted it yet and I had to burn him on a scooter To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.
really need to paint this thing
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Dammm, yeahh, I had to paint mine too because I always see them riding around. They even came through my complex looking for mine..hahahahahaha...

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Caidyn wrote:
Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:51 am
Sskye4575 wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 4:11 pm
Sskye4575 wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 8:06 am

In that small bag is the black box that's inside the big green box that lime had on scooter, I tried hiding it it inside the pole but it was too big. The stickers and design's on the front of the scooter were painted on so they can be sanded down but the stickers on the side of the scooter I sanded the big sticker and painted over it. The paint is Galaxy Blue from Amazon made by Rust-Oleum it's color shift paint, but with this paint you have to have a black base coat (primer). I used about 2-3 coat's of the Galaxy Blue paint after I sprayed the black base coat and after the 2-3 coat's of Rust-Oleum 2× Clear Coat.. I'll post some pictures of the paint and the black box under the light.
Here's the paint and primer I used...
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Did you remove the front wheel mudguard to paint it? I’m looking at this and I think removing it to paint would require me to take the brake cable out which I’d rather not.
I really couldn't take the mud guard off so I unscrewed it and moved it to the side as much as I could and did it that way. It wasn't too hard. Here goes ah pic.

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Caidyn wrote:
Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:51 am
Sskye4575 wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 4:11 pm
Sskye4575 wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 8:06 am

In that small bag is the black box that's inside the big green box that lime had on scooter, I tried hiding it it inside the pole but it was too big. The stickers and design's on the front of the scooter were painted on so they can be sanded down but the stickers on the side of the scooter I sanded the big sticker and painted over it. The paint is Galaxy Blue from Amazon made by Rust-Oleum it's color shift paint, but with this paint you have to have a black base coat (primer). I used about 2-3 coat's of the Galaxy Blue paint after I sprayed the black base coat and after the 2-3 coat's of Rust-Oleum 2× Clear Coat.. I'll post some pictures of the paint and the black box under the light.
Here's the paint and primer I used...
To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.
Did you remove the front wheel mudguard to paint it? I’m looking at this and I think removing it to paint would require me to take the brake cable out which I’d rather not.
I really couldn't take the mud guard off so I unscrewed it and moved it to the side as much as I could and did it that way. It wasn't too hard. Here goes ah pic.
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By M20001
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#17283
Hello,

Here was a trick described with a magnet, what does this magnet trick? I tried too with a magnet over the box
of an lime Gen3 but nothing happens...

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