I would say make sure the area is very clean, and be prepared to immediately wash the goo gone off after buffing the residue out. I had to use goo gone in stages to remove the residue left by goo gone itself. Quick application of goo gone then immediate washing with soapy water worked.^^ Thanx!
Do you think it will decrease the value of the bike if I just remove the CBR250R fairing stickers?
Also, does Goo Gone mar the finish? I used it on the tank to remove those idiot stickers and it doesn't seem to have bothered the finish.
Agree... thought about it if only due to the notion of a "decal" screwing up the look of engineering art...The stickers are very subtle. Everyone who looks at it never even notices the 250 stickers and are shocked when I tell them its a 250.
I have no problem announcing its a 250. If I wanted a bigger motor I wouldve bought a bigger bike.
Besides the little rear tire pretty much announces to anyone who knows bikes that its a small displacement bike.
Taking off the stickers and screwing up the finish will end up hurting your resale value if you decide to sell it.