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PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2004 10:19 pm 
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Before the race, spray your bike down with WD-40. This will help the mud from sticking as much to the motor and plastic. Spray it everywhere, motor, under the fenders, number plates, etc... It won't prevent the mud from sticking but it helps, and what does stick comes off easier when you wash your bike.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2004 9:52 am 
there also is a chemical called mud off that maybe still made havent used it in a while it was ordered where i work horner honda call me at 1-877-749-6661 ask for robbie ext 1 or email me mailto:hlhorner@comcast.net


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2004 6:14 pm 
PAM out of the kitchen used to be the hot ticket. WD40 does work pretty well - any of the silicone sprays seem to work best to me. Get some cheap silicone spray (similar to WD40) at any dollar store and the mud just drops off when it hits. It's amazing stuff.

WD 40 / Liquid Wrench, all those def work pretty well.

Another mud riding tip is to loosen up your clutch lever to double the norm --- instead of a nickles worth, double that. That way when your clutch starts to heat up, it won't start to slip and burn the clutch up.

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