Hello, i notice one of my grommet's is missing and I would like to replace it
Looking at the Honda diagrams they seem to be coming up as Air Cleaner Case Grommet's and the part nr is 83551-300-000
Can anyone confirm
Bit of a strange ask but here goes. Anyone any ideas on how to clean off oil (might be ACF50) that I spilt on the standard seat? Got a couple of marks. Tried hot soapy water. Also some bike cleaner but the stains are still there on the rough bit of the saddle. Did not want to be too aggressive...
Right now ive got your attention .... ive got a new Enduro helmet never worn but the shell has gone all sticky :lol:
Its almost like sticker glue but the whole helmet is covered ... ive tried white vinegar pledge polish and brake cleaner ... you can remove it with your nail then rub like fook...
RD07A is running like a dog, pretty sure it's blocked jets. I have read up, and it seems like it's going to be a total b1tch to try and get the carbs off and clean them up.
Before I do so, are there any other top tips that might I might be able to try?
I have tried carb cleaner and Redex and...
I usually take absolutely ages trying to clean the front wheel and external brake assembley.
Got feed up wasting my time and tried wheel cleaner , sprayed it all over the wheel and brakes and then lightly jet washed,you know what ! It only fecking works !
Now got nice and clean front end , it's...
As per subject line is there anything worth knowing when it comes to tarting up the wheels?
Can I, for example, just take a brillo pad to them? Or wire wool? Or a toothbrush?
Any do's and don'ts when it comes to chemicals? I've see some guys using brick cleaner, others use branded products...
What were they called, and can you still get them?
Years ago, when I was a lad, some of the more wealthier kids had these pipe cleaner brush kind of things wrapped around the wheel hubs on their push bikes. As they cycled along, the brush spun on the hubs keeping them and some of the spokes...
While the bike was up on the lift at OMC at the weekend, I spotted the engine number stamped on the bottom left of the engine. I gave it a clean with some brake cleaner to remove the grime to reveal:
An engine number starting RD02E...
On a frame starting ZDC RD08A
Have I bought a mongrel?!
My radiators have a good build up of limescale which i would like to remove
thinking of using this
Halfords | Holts Radflush 2-Step (2x250ml)
Halfords | Bars Flush Cooling System Cleaner
anyone used these?
are they safe to use on a motorbike?!
Hi all, just interested in how people have found Easy Start, and has anyone tried brake disk cleaner as an alternative.
General pros and cons would be great (I was told don't use too much of the brake disk cleaner- but how much is too much:cool:)
Hi All, I'm just stripping and cleaning my carbs (XJ750) and I have an amount of stubborn sediment in the bottom of the bowl, I've attacked it with carb cleaner and will shift with a tentative prod with a screwdriver, but what is a cheap, easy way to clean it out. It's been off the road for 12...
After Cifing the AT to within an inch of its life I appear to have two allen bolts left over?
They have a shoulder on them, are they for the expansion tank or what have I left undone?:rolleyes:
Top tip by the way the cream cleaner - well done whoever thought of that one:thumbup:
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I use petrol to clean my engine and most of my other parts.a mate of mine said deisel was better.any advances on that.cheap as possible,no gunk,trying to stick as cheap as poss.good ols wives and witch recipes
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