I recently purchased a set of graphics from a local dealer which are red white and blue, they are on a 2001 - YZ426. I cleaned the tank and shroud with softscrub then with denatured alcohol to remove any residue. They looked great and were super until after the first ride. While filling the tank it splashed the graphics, they turned yellow by the end of the day. The next day the adhesive started to peel back. I took them off and returned them to the dealer and here's what I was told: ALL graphics are NOT resistant to gas and any graphics that have "white" will turn yellow either through gas being spilled on them. A tank as old as mine.. (2-yrs old) is porous and gas breathes through the tank and will yellow the entire graphics kit. The dealer did replace them with a new set and I used the new ones this weekend and the exact same thing happened again. All yellow ... I have never had this problem but never had white aftermarket graphics.. Anyone ever hear of this before or am I getting the run around from the dealer?