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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-28-2007, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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Damn Hooker!!!!!

Okay...had this bloody hooker for about two weeks now and have thorwn moe than $6k in parts at the whore!!!! I HATE THIS THING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hey, can someone tell me how they wash their bike with a suede deat. Can the seat handle the water or do you just not use water. I mena, if she's going to bleed me dry, I may as well go out with a bang!!!!!!!!!!!
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Plexus dude, stuff is gold. Cleans things up nicely and makes your garage smell nice to boot. Make it easier to clean next time too.
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I have used "that which must not be named" with excellent results. Get the waterless wash product.

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NEVER WASH AN MV
the last time i washed mine.... the ignition wouldn't turn OFF for several hours



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NEVER WASH AN MV
the last time i washed mine.... the ignition wouldn't turn OFF for several hours

While we're at it, don't take a bath, last time I did I smelled good

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I just can't get my head around the idea of not washing the bike. I mean, seems to me the only way to get the entire thing clean is to wash?!?!?! I have always washed my Ducati's!!!
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I used Honda spray cleaner on my glossy paint bikes and now I use plexus for my SPR..both great products, never have to put water on the bike...
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I beg to differ on the water wash. If you are careful (with anything electrical) water should be fine. Never had any problems either
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I spray my Brutale with the hose all the time when I wash it but take care to avoid the instruments and the rear bearing.
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