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Honda ADV150 Sticker-less, Not Bad!


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Looks pretty good, probably will look even better on the white version!

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Thanks to bro Fadli for the picture. Took him a lot of time, elbow grease as well as thinner to remove all the stickers.

Has anyone else tried this one their ADV150? Looking forward to seeing a white unit that has its decals removed.

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