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    how do you clean your dub

    Might be a dumb question but how does everyone clean the mud off you bikes. I don't want to screw anything up with the power washer. Electrical or intakes

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    Clean a TDub?
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    Ride it through a creek. Repeat as necessary.



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    i've often though about spraying the underside with some kind of teflon spray to try and keep dirt off, but... it's a dirt bike.

    i do hose it off after real mud, figuring clogged fins can't help engine cooling.
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    Jet wash and nothing else
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    Wait for it to rain. Otherwise I just use my water bottle and a towel to clean off the tag so I don't get a ticket. It's a dual sport and like a jeep it looks better muddy.
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    Lightly rinse,lightly wash with some car soap,lightly rinse,dry,coat all metal parts with bombardier lube
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    I just give the kid next door 10 bucks for a wash and wax.
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    Hotsy washer, carefully. I do not spray the headlight, handlebars, or hard on the right side cover. I do, however, spray up under the fender -- if the mud that's there didn't hurt anything, hot fresh water will not, either.

    I honestly do not think a garden hose or pressure washer (NOT TOO CLOSE) can hurt an MX bike. Or, at least it shouldn't. After having my TW almost totally disassembled I saw that the wiring, when connected properly, is mostly waterproof. Yes, a TW held under water for any length of time would probably require some drying but I haven't damaged mine yet.

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    Mud dries and falls off eventually, I generally ignore it.
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