2022+ Turbo Levo Looking for frame protection for gen3 levo

Jorva 1983

New Member
May 10, 2022
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2
Belgium
i finnaly got my replacement frame. after a long wait.
the frame is still bare without any components and i have read that its the best way to put frame protection on it. It does already have the original frame protection.
so wich kit is the best for a gen3 levo? My new frame is black with parts that are clear coated carbon. I woud like to keep this vissible.
 

KTMJack

Member
Dec 9, 2021
60
18
Oakley Ca.
i finnaly got my replacement frame. after a long wait.
the frame is still bare without any components and i have read that its the best way to put frame protection on it. It does already have the original frame protection.
so wich kit is the best for a gen3 levo? My new frame is black with parts that are clear coated carbon. I woud like to keep this vissible.
Ride Wraps
 

RM.SGO

Member
Apr 25, 2020
57
51
Danville, CA
I used the Ride Wrap custom kit for my recent S-Works Frameset build. The application process is pretty good once you sort of get the hang of it. The coverage is really good. I would also buy the Specialized kit as well and apply the downtube piece over the Ride Wrap as its a bit thicker and adds extra protection, particularly if you sling your bike over the tailgate of a truck.
 

Mikes56

Member
Aug 30, 2021
14
3
CA
I did the Ride Wraps on my wife and my new Levos. Kind of a pain in the ass to install and it didn’t come out perfect. It’s still protecting the paint even though it’s got a couple small bubbles.
 

Gavalar

Active member
Feb 4, 2019
221
124
UK
i finnaly got my replacement frame. after a long wait.
the frame is still bare without any components and i have read that its the best way to put frame protection on it. It does already have the original frame protection.
so wich kit is the best for a gen3 levo? My new frame is black with parts that are clear coated carbon. I woud like to keep this vissible.
www.invisiframe.co.uk
 

damo926

New Member
Feb 18, 2022
9
6
So Cal
I did gloss Ridewrap on my black/carbon expert when it was brand new before any rides, and did the fork kit as well. It takes time to do it well, hours, not something to rush. It's done its job other than chainstays where it's pulling off from shoe rub. I agree with the poster about the OEM down tube protection, it's much thicker than RR but can't really be used in place of it with the kit.
 

Jorva 1983

New Member
May 10, 2022
20
2
Belgium
Thnx for the replies. question. When installing the ridewrap or invisiframe kit. Do you remove the original protection?
 

veryoldfart

Member
Oct 1, 2020
55
63
Suffolk
I put invisiframe on both our Gen 2 Comp Carbon Levos and after 3 years decent use they still looked excellent.

Done the same with our replacement Gen 3 Levos ( also bare carbon). Looks fantastic, works really well.

No hesitation to recommend, but get it done by a professional or you may regret it.

VOF
 

Gyre

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Subscriber
Jan 25, 2021
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406
Pasadena, CA
Thnx for the replies. question. When installing the ridewrap or invisiframe kit. Do you remove the original protection?
In my case I put it over the original protection, using a heat gun briefly to help it conform around the factory pieces.
 

Joop E-Bike

Member
Mar 2, 2020
26
9
Spain
I think this fits very well with my colour bought in China, €15 nice quality.
I have a little bit of paint damage, so the top of one I had to fit a little bit higher.

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