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Shout Box

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  • adventurco:
  • It was cracked tho and had no mounts
  • Today at 16:10:17
  • adventurco:
  • Nice find I threw one of those away that came with my first bike GS450
  • Today at 16:10:00
  • Kamn:
  • Good stuff Mike
  • Today at 16:01:52
  • Maritime:
  • 1800 KMs was hard on the neck and shoulders without one
  • Today at 16:00:09
  • Maritime:
  • Just scored a spitfire windshield for the GL, looks brand new in the add and 50 bucks, dude is delivering it to the wife. Bike will be good for the season and long trips won't break my neck
  • Today at 15:59:44
  • Maritime:
  • and if you follow the instructions on curing it is pretty durable and fuel proof etc.
  • Today at 15:57:26
  • Maritime:
  • Yep, the silver engine paint looks really nice and actually hides minor scratches etc.
  • Today at 15:56:58
  • Kamn:
  • this will be the easiest and most rewarding process, and not screw anything up
  • Today at 15:44:11
  • Kamn:
  • these motors had a coating on them......wash it very well and paint a nice silver grey
  • Today at 15:40:38
  • thwrightstuff:
  • that too?
  • Today at 14:56:10
  • thwrightstuff:
  • [link]
  • Today at 14:56:07
  • thwrightstuff:
  • i know it's a hack job haha but its the best i can do at work
  • Today at 14:54:20
  • thwrightstuff:
  • try that. first video
  • Today at 14:54:05
  • thwrightstuff:
  • [link]
  • Today at 14:53:59
  • thwrightstuff:
  • its not sending idk why
  • Today at 14:52:55
  • thwrightstuff:
  • you can tell in this video haha
  • Today at 14:51:00
  • thwrightstuff:
  • it honestly looks like matte grey paitn and the covered don't appear to have any paint at all
  • Today at 14:49:57
  • thwrightstuff:
  • not right now sadly. took them all off my phone and im at work
  • Today at 14:49:10
  • Kamn:
  • got closer pics of the motor
  • Today at 14:47:59
  • Maritime:
  • Anyone looking for an awsome little R5 AKA Stiflers Mom? Mike is selling his for 2k and I wish I had the scratch. I was there when he bought it at Barber
  • Today at 14:47:25
  • thwrightstuff:
  • [link]
  • Today at 14:47:16
  • Kamn:
  • nope
  • Today at 14:47:15
  • thwrightstuff:
  • can you see this?
  • Today at 14:47:03
  • thwrightstuff:
  • im trying to send you a pic of my bike to get your thoughts on if purple power is enough or do i need to soda blast
  • Today at 14:46:46
  • Kamn:
  • so spray the motor with purple power, let sit for a few minutes, then wash off with pressure washer, then dry it off with an air blower from your compressor. let dry , then paint
  • Today at 14:46:45
  • thwrightstuff:
  • k
  • Today at 14:46:27
  • Maritime:
  • You can polish the fins and put a coat of high temp clear over the whole thing then run the motor to cure it all
  • Today at 14:45:47
  • thwrightstuff:
  • so back to my original idea. paint the whole engine
  • Today at 14:45:32
  • Kamn:
  • and look like shit quickly
  • Today at 14:45:26
  • thwrightstuff:
  • figures
  • Today at 14:45:15
  • Kamn:
  • because it will corrode quickly and tarnish
  • Today at 14:45:00
  • Nj732port:
  • paint it hi temp gray
  • Today at 14:44:50
  • thwrightstuff:
  • why not natural?
  • Today at 14:44:29
  • Kamn:
  • natural wont work, you have to either paint or vapour blast
  • Today at 14:44:04
  • thwrightstuff:
  • im thinking grey o reduce flast rusting
  • Today at 14:43:32
  • thwrightstuff:
  • i would like to paint all covers and fins black and the rest to either be natural or grey paint
  • Today at 14:43:19
  • Kamn:
  • are you painting?
  • Today at 14:42:46
  • thwrightstuff:
  • see i was thinking of using aircraft remover first on the whole engine. the engine isnt very greasy. i've been good about degreasing. it's the age and wear into the cast, or paint, that shows and looks shitty that i want to clean
  • Today at 14:42:27
  • Kamn:
  • I washed my motor with my pressure washer and its 2000psi
  • Today at 14:42:03
  • thwrightstuff:
  • really? as long as it's a low pressure wash?
  • Today at 14:41:37
  • Kamn:
  • just block the ports off very well so it isn't going in the intake or exhaust
  • Today at 14:41:22
  • Maritime:
  • Soda should be ok if you are careful about it, but it may not be needed, a good degreasing and you can paint, you could use the soda on the covers off the motor if you want to polish and they have paint or varnish on them
  • Today at 14:41:03
  • thwrightstuff:
  • yeah i get that now after you explained it. vapor uses water, soda and soap right?
  • Today at 14:41:01
  • Kamn:
  • and you can pressure wash your motor without concern
  • Today at 14:40:37
  • thwrightstuff:
  • so if i were to soda blast the bike assembled, after a good clean, then i should be safe?
  • Today at 14:40:29
  • Kamn:
  • soda blasting and vapour blasting are 2 different things
  • Today at 14:40:22
  • thwrightstuff:
  • it makes sense though because i;'d never pressure wash my bike for that exact reason
  • Today at 14:40:00
  • thwrightstuff:
  • i was
  • Today at 14:39:44
  • Kamn:
  • OH, I thought you were talking about the vapour blasting
  • Today at 14:39:27
  • Kamn:
  • not like a pressure washer...HIGH pressure
  • Today at 14:39:07
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