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Back rim didnt take long.Front gave me some problems..Thanks to the guys that post in "The how to Section"
 

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i did mine also. looks good but youll find out real soon how much effort it takes to keep the bling
 

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Quik said:
i did mine also. looks good but youll find out real soon how much effort it takes to keep the bling
I don't think so.. :) I have white wheels on both my bikes, and they stay sparkling clean. I use furnitue polish. The cheap imitation pledge from the dollar store. :)

ceh
2001 GSX R1000
2003 RC51
(63 & fast)
 

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I'm sure he's right. My orange wheels are a pain in the ass to keep clean from brake dust and chain lube, and I know my polished frame, swingarm, and pipe are all definately pains in my ass as well.
 

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Ugly as hell.
 

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Looks sharp. :)

I've always liked polished stuff... I just don't have the patience required to maintain it properly.
 

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Looks good man!
 

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looks good to me.
 

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Chrome (or polishing) on sportbikes :confused: :confused:
 

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you can ride for a few miles with using eh brakes from time to time and find out that they get real dusty real quick. i use areasol glass cleaner on mine then i wax mine and still they get dusty
 

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firefighter81 said:
My sentiments exactly.....leave chrome and polish to Escalades.
I agree.... Just kidding.

While we are keeping everything shiney for the big pimp's rides, Might as well save all the flashy colors for 'em too. (Like Ducati yellow for example)

Why would anyone want to do something different when we could all just ride brown bikes?
 

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Pyromaniac said:
Chrome (or polishing) on sportbikes :confused: :confused:
Why flame? If anything, it weighs less, and less reciprocating unsprung weight, quicker turn in. Not to mention, it looks badass too.

Stop whining.
 
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