i'm sure it would work on the decal kit. if you have some normal wax around your house use it or buy some of that polishing compound and see how it works. my one industries graphics kit is in the same state as yours. ill use some polishing compound and let you know how it works.
alright that would be great, is the part that went yellow a part of the sticker kit with a bunch of little holes? lol thats where i see all the yamaha sticker kits tanned, totaly makes the bike look goofy and i want it gone lol
It yellowed because of the gas venting through the plastic tank portion. Unfortuately there is nothing you can do to fix or prevent it on older YZs. Often the graphics will also bubble and sometimes fall off from the vapors under it.
There are no decal kits that will last forever on a plastic gas tank. Many companies will claim that their product will last but that is simply not true. As the owner of a graphic company, I will tell you the best bet is to apply a new decal kit and drain the tank after every ride. I know that sounds like a lot of work just to save a decal kit.. but it is the only way to get the kit to last. You can always just leave the tank blank :fft: . Hope this helps...