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Yes came from factory with the sticket with clear coating. I will wont remove it if i am you. other wise you will need another pain job to finished.
 

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I took it off without a problem, their was no clear coat on it, and after you couldn't even know their was anything their. It's up to you. And yes it looks a lot better without the factory stickers in my opinion. I also have this bike.
 

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I actually just pealed it off, and the residue you just heat with a blowdryer and gently rub off with either a cloth or your fingers. If it won't go away, use brake cleaner (the one without chlorine in it) but wipe it off rapidly. I will try and get a picture for you in the following days hopes this helps
 

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I took mine off no problem. I used a hair dryer to warm it up and peel it off. I used rubbing alcohol to take off the residue and it didn't hurt the clear coat.
 

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Ninja sticker

I was referring to the Green Ninja sticker on the sides of the tank. The other stickers were easy to remove. I think a shiny black tank without any stickers would look really clean.
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I was referring to the Green Ninja sticker on the sides of the tank. The other stickers were easy to remove. I think a shiny black tank without any stickers would look really clean.
Adam
Adam,

The Ninga sticker is under clear and can't be removed without damage to the tank. The 1000 sticker is on top, if you rub your finger on the two you'll feel the difference.
 
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