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MV Agusta F4 Series (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015) Complete Lamin-x Clear Bra paint protection protects your paint finish from stone chips, scrapes, bugs, and other paint damaging items with an invisible protective layer. Quite possibly the best investment you will make toward protecting your motorcycle.
The clear bra is a strong and invisible poly-urethane protective film that applies directly onto the surface of your motorcycle. This kit is custom pre-cut to fit and protect the leading areas of your front fender, fairing & tank. Our paint protection films are manufactured by the industry's leading paint protection manufacturers right here in the USA. This allows us to give you reassurance by providing you with a 5 year product warranty.
All clear bra paint protection kits include installation tools, kit diagrams, and instructions to assist you with the installation process. You can also watch video tutorials below in the installation tab.
Precut orders are custom manufactured for you at time of ordering. Please allow 1-3 workday's processing time, and at least 2-10 days for delivery after the product has been shipped. You are responsible to make prior arrangement with the carrier if you are not available to receive and sign for the product. Lamin-x is not responsible if the product is verified as delivered with the carrier to the specified address, but you personally did not receive it.
What is your warranty?
We have a Five-Year Warranty on our product. If you want more information please visit our warranty page.
Yes, you can install Lamin-x yourself. We have provided installation difficulty ratings on all of our products. Most fog light installations are low difficulty at level 1 or 2. A few vehicles have higher difficulty levels that require some acquired knowledge and mechanical ability. For these installations, if you are not comfortable installing, we recommend using our Dealer Locator and contacting your local installer. If you attempt the install yourself and have any questions, contact us at 706-955-0677 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do I do if I have fogginess, air or water bubbles, surface texture, or scratches after my installation?
Once the film fully cures, most imperfections will disappear completely. After time, small scratches, trapped moisture, and most bubbles will dissipate on their own. However, if you encounter a stubborn bubble, you can poke it with a sewing needle and push out the air or water. The hole will eventually close on its own.
How do I remove the film from lights?
To remove the film, we recommend warming it with a heat gun, hair dryer, or simply by parking the car in the sunlight on a warm day. While the film is warm, slowly peel the film from the lens surface. Any adhesive that may be left on the lens can be removed with a cleaner that is safe for use on your vehicle's exterior. We recommend using Goo Gone or bug and tar remover.
What is the difference between Lamin-x and cheap similar products I find?
This is the perfect example of a "you get what you pay for" situation. Typically, the inexpensive knock-off films are extremely thin, not as pliable, use a sub-par adhesive, or don't maintain color. Lamin-x is the complete opposite: Glossy finish, strong, yet forgiving adhesive, impact protection, and a five year warranty. Even better yet, we make all of our products right here in the USA.
Will the Lamin-x film discolor or burn?
We have seen occasional cases in which the film and/or adhesive discolors due to high fog light temperatures. If this occurs, please send photos so we can verify the concern; this may be covered under our 5 year warranty. We recommend only having the fog lights on while the vehicle is in motion, as the airflow will help to cool the lens surface. Leaving the fog lights on while the vehicle is parked can create too much heat and cause the adhesive to burn/discolor.
Are these films legal in my state?
Our colored films may not be legal for street use on a vehicle's primary lighting. Fog lights or auxiliary lights are not typically considered primary lights. However we recommend consulting any local laws before purchasing and installing on primary lights. Application of colored Lamin-x film on your primary lights is done so at your own risk.
How to I take care of the film after install?
You can find information on care instructions on our maintenance care page.