2011, Yamaha FZ-1

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2011, Yamaha FZ-1
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Created: 22nd August 2011 11:54
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ku69rd Thanks Aditya will mark your words. 6th December 2012
n_aditya ONR, Meguiars Techwax NXT and Collinite should do the job just fine. Avoid pressure wash and use a simple garden hose as pressure wash might cause the electricals to act funny. :P 5th December 2012
ku69rd Lol, in a way its good that people do not recognize it on the fly. Striving hard to keep it spotless :) so far has been a pleasure. However cleaning the radiator and stuff like that is a challenge. Planning to buy the Bosch Aquatek which should be more than handy to maintain my bikes.
Need to buy some shampoos and stuff which are in the pipeline. What do you suggest? Deepak was referring to Amway which seems to be working for him BIG time as his Black Ninja speckless.
15th September 2011
n_aditya Nice !!! Looks awesome in white. Keeping it spotless will be cumbersome huh?

Ever been mistaken for an FZ-16? One of my friends has an R1 and his bike always gets mistaken for an R15... until the exhaust makes its presence felt :)
15th September 2011
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