Ultra Ever Dry This looks bloody cool

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by JackL, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. JackL

    JackL T plus 16 months

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  2. bikerfish

    bikerfish flyfishandride

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    hell, I think I'm gonna take a bath with it!
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    bmac Been here awhile

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  4. JackL

    JackL T plus 16 months

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    Yeah, and it's a translucent white. Not clear (yet). I can still think of some good applications. All those bits where you get chain lube (other than the chain). The engine. What else?
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  5. disston

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    JackL mentions a key issue, does it breath? So far we can't use it on face shields or windshields and if not most clothing it won't be much help.

    Still I'd like to paint with it. I wonder if it doesn't wear away. In other words a top coat on paint. Would it last?

    I suspect that it's not going to be the miracle we think.
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  6. Adios Pantalones

    Adios Pantalones AdventureDeficitDisorder

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    Saw this vid on a paddle board site. We were thinking of it as a speed coat.

    On a moto, hell, you could coat everything but the grips and seat! :lol3

    Actually, inside fenders and the front of engine and bash plate would be a good start.
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  7. Happy BMW

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    I wonder if it will work for that crap they put on the roads up i Alaska. Does anybody know what the temp. limit is for this
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    The spec sheet also says don't handle it too much as the coating degrades with contact and abrasion
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