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Color code for bronze triple tree / risers

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Hey guys,

 

My Ram mount left a big scratch in the paint of my bar riser. Does anyone know the color code for the light bronze paint on the triple tree/riser? I checked the manual and paint code sticker under the seat, but it only has the body color code.

 

Thanks!

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Honda calls the 8 gen triple clamp/handlebar/wheel/clutch cover color

Pyrite Brown Metallic YR-325M

 

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You’re welcome, but cross check that paint code before ordering/applying. I got it from another member here, but can’t find the exact source - I retrieved it from my notes.

 

Here is a thread about powder coating using that color, which is almost exactly ‘Triple Bronze’ by Prismatic Powders:

 

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Just tried my second go around with Pyrite Brown YR-325M from two different paint suppliers and both were equally way too dark, so I can only conclude that it's not the right color. Has anyone else had any luck with this?19230701aacd0183d4069031f14e0dcb.jpg

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If you take a OEM coloured piece in to a large reputable paint shop, they have a machine that scans the colour and matches it. Maybe easier than trying to track down the correct colour code. Another option as a last resort (and as you need such a small amount) is to go to a modelling hobby shop and check out there range of paint colours, they have a massive range. As you can see in the photo attached. This is only a small sample of what is available, at a quick glance number 12 and 26 look pretty close.  Although 26 isn’t metallic.

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More options, 

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