The Tyga parts come primered in white and I ran them as is. (Albeit with the addition of a bunch of stickers to spice things up. Think I went overboard?) Besides making the bike look legit, the race bodywork allowed me to shed the stock headlight and taillight assemblies, cutting quite a bit of weight from high up on both ends of the bike. The bodywork went on easily, though I did have break out the automotive grinder to clearance the side panels so they’d fit flush with the nose fairing. Some mounting hardware is provided and you can use the stock bolts for everything else.