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How to Video: How to REALLY clean & detail a bike

Discussion in 'Bling and Appearance' at netrider.net.au started by Arik, Jun 16, 2007.

  1. #1 Arik, Jun 16, 2007
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 13, 2015
    This is a great watch, bloke takes 10 years of crap off a fireblade, the super-anal way.

    If you've ever bought a bike that needed some TLC, or have been neglecting your duties check it out.

    I loved it for the sheer over-the-top fastidiousness. Sorry for the duplicate post but didn't want this to get lost!

    Part 1: [media=youtube]HREqf4wIukA[/media]
    Part 2: [media=youtube]5iJ5WDHk_N8[/media]
    Part 3: [media=youtube]bUh93do88II[/media]
    Part 4: [media=youtube]0K_ms8kCysk[/media]
    Part 5: [media=youtube]JjHwB7dsi-0[/media]
  2. Nice find.
    Makes me want to go over my bike.
  3. Thanks heaps Arik. I just watched all 5 parts. That guy definately has more patience than me. When it takes me 2 or 3 hours for what I do I don't even want to look at my bike after I finished... I've just had enough of it.

    The next day I'm proud of the cleaner bike though :wink:
  4. damn extensive.... though he will re start the wd40 debate on chains etc...
  5. Thank you! Top stuff!
  6. +1 nice find... never thought of WD40 as a degreasing agent before?!
  7. Do not clean your chains with WD-40!

    Otherwise it's a great series. :)
  8. from widipedia...


    The WD-40 company claims it is safe for use on all motorcycle chains, but recommended cleaning products vary among chain manufacturers. Tsubaki Chain and RK Chain recommend WD-40 to clean or displace water on all types of chains, including sealed ring.
  9. I wouldnt use WD40 all over the bike . I just use a rag + old tooth brush and kerosene to clean the chain, brake discs. Works fine !!
  10. WD40 is chock full of Kero
  11. i love the smell of WD-40 when i wake up in the morning...