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Old 10-26-2006, 03:27 PM   #41
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Bike stuff from texas Tamaha works great on all the shiney parts, no water needed. they use it in all showroom bikes. It takes off fingerprints, grease, most anything and it waxes. you can use it on all plastics...EVERYTHING!!! Chrome dosent matter...no streaks guaranteed.
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Old 10-26-2006, 03:29 PM   #42
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13.5K...I think I'm selling at 20k, which probably won't be long from now
And you are already running full synthetic fluids? If so, probably not. I did not notice any chages when I switched over to it on my 03 R6.
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some good soap and wax thats it
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Old 10-26-2006, 03:31 PM   #44
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And you are already running full synthetic fluids? If so, probably not. I did not notice any chages when I switched over to it on my 03 R6.
Naw not yet, but I was considering it because I was told they synthetic oils are better on the engine. I'm just tryin to avoid any possible gunk build up....
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Old 10-26-2006, 03:31 PM   #45
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i noticed a diff. when i went to castrol R1, but thats when i was riding hard alot and trackdays. the M1 is fine for prolly most riders here..........kinda the same as the "top notch" tire scenerio.........overkill for the most part.

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some good soap and wax thats it
o and armorall the tires and seat
why do you armor-all your tires?
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i noticed a diff. when i went to castrol R1, but thats when i was riding hard alot and trackdays. the M1 is fine for prolly most riders here..........kinda the same as the "top notch" tire scenerio.........overkill for the most part.
Yea, I wouldn't be taking the liter bike to the track anyway so I think I may just go with the M1....
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armorall the tires and seat
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Old 10-26-2006, 03:32 PM   #49
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armorall the tires and seat
FUUUUKKKKKK THAT...
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Old 10-26-2006, 03:33 PM   #50
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no it makes it look good and fun to ride :laughing6 :laughing6
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I usaully use Dawn Soap and water, then dry with a shammy, we have industrial strength car-detailing degreaser here at my work also which gets the rims clean instantly..

Heard lots of good things about Honda polish though.
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Yea get a little drop of that armor-all on the contact patch of your tire and see how fun it is to ride after that, i know someone who went down becuase of armor all :(
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i know someone who went down becuase of armor all :(
+1...same here, several actually. Luckily they were all slow speed @ the stop sign turning kinds of drops...
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Soap and water. I use a diluted degreaser on the wheels. Back-to-Black on the hugger.
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I usaully use Dawn Soap and water, then dry with a shammy, we have industrial strength car-detailing degreaser here at my work also which gets the rims clean instantly..

Heard lots of good things about Honda polish though.
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FYI, Dawn will strip off any wax/protective coatings you have on your bike!!!
That leaves a squeaky clean feeling because it removed everything down to the clear coat. I would wax that bike if i was you, UV rays are a , and acid rain killz!


On a side note, I wish i had a pretty bike to wash:confused1 This streetfighter is all business, and I'm kinda diggin the ugly look nowadays. makes it that much easier for me to find my bike in a sea of shiny sportbikes
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ok have you hear some one using shoe polish?
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Dayum...thas some desperate shyt there...:laughing6
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