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    My Yamaha R6 all clean and fresh!

    Hey guys, what do you think? There's still a few small scratches but I have yet to venture into rotary buffers so that'll have to come later.



    PREPARING FOR THE WASH



    A FEW HOURS LATER....



    Not too bad for only a few hours work.... Not perfect, but much cleaner than before.


    ~CaptainFarrell

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    Re: My Yamaha R6 all clean and fresh!

    Looks good. Way to go.
    quality creates its own demand

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    Re: My Yamaha R6 all clean and fresh!

    that was cool every bike must be cleaned for better ride experience the cleaner the better

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    Re: My Yamaha R6 all clean and fresh!

    Share the pic of the beast after the makeover.


    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainFarrell View Post
    Hey guys, what do you think? There's still a few small scratches but I have yet to venture into rotary buffers so that'll have to come later.

    PREPARING FOR THE WASH
    A FEW HOURS LATER....
    Not too bad for only a few hours work.... Not perfect, but much cleaner than before.
    ~CaptainFarrell

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