$300 to $1,600
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Is it cheaper to paint a motorcycle?
Understand that painting a motorcycle is only a part of the process as most of the work goes into sanding the old paint off the tiny body parts and prepping the bodywork. Also, keep in mind factory-based finishes will always be cheaper than a custom job.
What is the average motorcycle painting process?
The average motorcycle painting process will require disassembling the parts down to the bare frame, followed by stripping the paint from any surface. Once stripped, any repairs will be made, if any are noticed. This could include rust, dings, chips or dents. Next, all parts will be primed, dried, and once dried, the parts will be painted.
How much does it cost to paint a motorcycle fairings?
One member on Reddit claimed he paid $600 to get his fairings primed and painted with factory paint. This also included some body work and Suzuki paint. True Kustom lists prices on its website and says a standard custom job can cost $1,800 for a softtail style bike and $3,000 for baggers bikes.
How much does it cost to customize a motorcycle?
True Kustom lists prices on its website and says a standard custom job can cost $1,800 for a softtail style bike and $3,000 for baggers bikes. This job will include a base color change, adding flames and/or graphics.