Aquiring proper 250W stickers

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beardBike   1 µW

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Aquiring proper 250W stickers

Post by beardBike » Mar 09 2017 7:16pm

Hei,

Ive been looking around and have only managed to find really bad looking 250W stickers. Id like to have one for my bafang bbs02. If anyone could help me id really appreciate it as I have seen old threads from 2014 where there were some action going on related to the sticker business ;)

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Re: Aquiring proper 250W stickers

Post by AussieRider » Mar 10 2017 3:27am

Hiya BeardBike.
ES member Hyena in Australia had some "200 watt" stickers printed a while ago, he may have some left. Otherwise, a McGyver solution is to get a 200/250 watt motor and ease the sticker off with a heat gun. It worked for me for my first build here in Australia.

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Re: Aquiring proper 250W stickers

Post by beardBike » Mar 10 2017 6:17am

AussieRider wrote:Hiya BeardBike.
ES member Hyena in Australia had some "200 watt" stickers printed a while ago, he may have some left. Otherwise, a McGyver solution is to get a 200/250 watt motor and ease the sticker off with a heat gun. It worked for me for my first build here in Australia.

AussieRider.

Thanks for the tipp man, I'd prefer not to buy another engine just for the sticker so I hope I can get my hands on something :D

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Re: Aquiring proper 250W stickers

Post by ptenkae » Apr 01 2018 7:21am

Did you have any luck with this?

Ive got a BBS02 B with the 500W laser engraved in the bottom of it.

I want to sand it down, repaint it black and then either find someone who will take on a small laser etching job or a sticker.

In Australia, too! HELP!

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Re: Aquiring proper 250W stickers

Post by sn0wchyld » Apr 05 2018 11:16pm

easiest way is to simply get some from a custom sticker printing business - thats where I got mine from. managed to fit about 30 '200w' stickers on a single bumper sticker. used some myself, sold a few, would happily send you the remaining if I had a clue where they were :P
getting your own though is probably ~$10.
http://www.vistaprint.com.au/vp/gateway ... gKRTvD_BwE

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