Wow you did a lot of unnecessary work. I painted everything while still on the bike. No primer, just a light scuffing with 600 grit sand paper. I used the same paint you did. I let it all dry a few hours, then took the bike for a ride. The engine warmth baked it on. It has been on there for going on four years and the only paint that came off was on the stator cover when I dumped the bike in September. The Duplicolor engine enamels are great and only require very little prep work. I'm pretty sure the can says no primer is needed too.I rattle can sprayed all my engine covers and water pump this winter (in a heated garage with a paint booth set up). I used duplicolor engine enamel with ceramic on them. Did a lot of prep-work, primer, black semi-gloss, and clear. Came out looking factory. Baked them in the oven at 200 for 20 mins and let it set for a few days before reinstalling. Good match with the ebony black zzr. My only gripe is that small spots of paint the size of small washers around the bolts chipped off. Kinda pissed about it initially but im over it now and you can't really notice it.
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It was with my galaxy s3 lmao! but phone has been dropped ha. I was looking at the one on ebay for like $72 or so with sequential tail light.can you take a picture with an android and not an iphone...please lol.
all kidding aside, looks good. which taillight are you putting on