Question about 2005 Qianjiang QJ250-3
Every time that a bike like yours gets on the rain and the dirty from the ground, always wash the bike to remove the dirty and then use spray oil like wd40 on all metal parts to preserve than use a peace of tissue and pass it on the oiled surfaces.
Use cockpit silicon for the painted surfaces.
This procedure will keep you bike in very good condition, i also have bikes ... :))
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Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Oil rad and exhaust.Forgot to clean her and got busy for a few weeksnow the stuff's baked on.I usually use a dilluted mixture of Simple Green and water.Wouldn't take some of the heavier crud off like it normally would. What else would loosen some of the baked on stuff that won't damage the paint or stain the Ti's?Anybody use anything more abrasive than a sponge to wipe off stuff and get in the nooks and crannies that won't scratch? Thanks,I've been using the s100 cleaner. Never tried the brightener. I get mine from a sorta local (25 miles) shop,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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