Power Jet Wash

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I want to know you guys opinions on using a jet wash to wash your bike. Manufacturers say it is bad but in my case it is the only way to thoroughly clean it. I use Paul Bonners Jet wash after riding because the places where I ride have massive **** holes and the mud gets every where and literally plastered on.
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john stu

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just be careful where you point the spray example: don't spray directly at any bearings
 
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I do always use a cover for the airfilter hole (Twinair is making for most bikes and models) and a plug for the exhaust.
Then you only have to be careful when washing near bearings (wheel and link system)
It is a good hint to spray the bikes metal surfaces with some sort of light lube like WD40 just for the protection and you bike will look great every time it has been washed.
check out www.twinair.com
 
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#4
Jet washing your bike diffently makes it look better but it is diffently harder on the chain and bearings. The preasure get the water places normal hoses won't. Just be prepared to replaces bearings more often than usual.