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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by Road Rash, Nov 13, 2009.
Yes it is legit. Bought new at Pro Caliber (where I work) Justin and Jackie are moving South for warm weather and he has other bikes to move... Just thinning the heard for the move.
The thing is new. GREAT DEAL!!!
...........and lots of rust in the tank...............anyone know of a good cure for this? (besides a new tank).
There's Kreem of course, but you really want to start that process (assuming 3 step) after getting most of the junk out - I've had good success with batches of nuts held together by zip-ties and some acid or just oil. The problem is the mess, and what you do with all the crap you 'flushed' out. Not to mention keeping chemicals off the paint (if it is nice.)
Just swing by RR's for a beer some night and flush it down the toilet before you leave
I've had lousy luck with Kreem (and POR for that matter) once the tank gets a good case of rust. It's almost impossible to get all the old rust out and a coating over rust goes bad within a year and then the tank is toast.
Somewhere on the net, someone describes a process to clean up the tank using an old car battery through electrolysis. Folks swear by this. If you want to DIY, then I'd look into this.
My advice on a bad case is find a radiator/fuel tank repair shop that will do the dip/coat for you. I've had a couple tanks done this way that held up fine. You will have to repaint though.
I swear it was Yamaha when I bought it.
Doesn't it like say Kawasaki on it some place?
Yabutt RR is not drinking beer, haven't been for the last week since I'm on "restriction"
Thanks, but TG ain't ready yet
Not what I wanted to hear, but kinda what I was thinking, Thanks
You use a battery charger for the electrolysis removal of rust, and it works great there are some great how toos on the internet. just google it. Easy way to get it done and nothing harmful is produced.
That is nice!
You guys have terrible taste in little dual sports. It's a good thing I know not to look at these links.
Yeah - you'd probably sweep it out fromunda' - least give the guy a chance to answer my email.
The title is free and clear and just not no license plate. There are just the roads in my area. The bike is working great and sounds like its purring. The current registration is California non-opperational. on street.
All I want is a little bike that is ON/OFF road at a reasonable price... is that so much to ask?
This has to be the longest sentence I have ever seen.
part rant, part whine, part sales pitch,,pretty good.( but, lacks an attempt at clever with and humor.)
and he is right,, it IS ugly!
Actually, that could work. In CA, PNO is the type of registration; it has nothing to do with the title.
Yeah, that should be totally fine for registering in OR\WA\ID.
"any how like i said she runs really good"
You mentioned you've got one, right? Registered in OR?