The problem with fitting vinyl to a multi-surface piece like the tank fairing is getting the picture to work. At least for large decals like the fangs above.
You need to get some clear sticky-back (not too strong) and lay it in place. Then draw the graphic by hand with white-board markers so it looks OK from the side. You will probably need to do a bit of erasing, so only use permanent markers for the final draft.
Then you remove the vinyl and check out what it looks like when laid flat. This is the pattern for the computer graphic. It will probably be distorted to cope with the bend in the panel. Draw squares on it if that helps you do the computer work.
Check with your local sign shop what software they can take. MS Publisher and most art apps can save as a PostScript file, which is a widely known printer format
You can print it out in BW on paper until you get a template that fits the panel properly, then go to the shop with your thumbdrive. The second side is reversed from your artwork.
My friend, the MSF instructor debadged his
red '08 V. When Harleys ride up and ask
what it is, he tells them it's a 'Bernelli'.
The nod knowingly and ride off...
(Not suspecting they've been shotgunned,
Never heard of 'body wrap vinyl' but sounds
like something we all should know about.
You put a bit of time into those Ad-v and
they show a lot of creativity. Like tattoos,
which I've never gotten but always admired,
this stuff looks like it would lend itself well to
the already distinctive looks of the Versys.
Reminds me a little of Mad Magazine art or
the works of Mr. Goodbar (R. Crumb). Tagging
also comes to mind...