This is a fairly simple mod that I think looks really cool, it just takes a little patients.
Please note, I didn't take pics while I was actually doing this so you'll have to use your imagination but here's the basic idea.
You will need:
-Vinyl (I used Avery A9 Flat Black)
-Heat gun (a hair dryer would probably work)
-Razor blade or Exacto knife and a straight edge
First, measure the diameter and length of your forks above and below the lower triple clamp.
Next, mark out the vinyl for cutting.
Then cut it.
I pealed the backing off and cut a small strip with scissors to give myself something to grab on to while applying it.
Next, remove the front wheel and head light. This isn't necessary, but makes it a whole lot easier. Basically the more room around the forks you make the easier it is.
Then, get a section started around the back of the forks where you can hide the seam. Make sure it is as vertically straight as possible otherwise it will be misaligned as you wrap it creating a gap at the top or bottom.
This is the tricky part. Get a buddy to warm
the vinyl with the heat gun just a bit to make it supple enoegh to work it onto the forks. This will help getting it to conform to the shape of the fork, just be careful not to heat and stretch it too much.
So...while holding the vinyl with one hand, start smoothing it out with your other hand, like this:
Continue this all the way around until your done. If you get air bubbles or wrinkles, simply peal that area back and re-apply.