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Old 10-09-2012, 07:31 PM   #4369
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If one has no hair on head, then what color might they be?
Depends on where they live, could be a multitude of colors
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If one has no hair on head, then what color might they be?
Man that's a hard question!

How come I always the hard ones?

Are they see through?.
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A rocket scientist thought this up:

Limit the intake of fluids several hours before bedtime. Duh!
but i like my fluids...
particularly agave nectar, lime juice, ice, and tequila
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"repaint the engine, clean, polish, and clear all the shiny parts, and put her back together."

I had a CX500. The engine was aluminum with some kind of clearcoat on it. After a few years it became cruddy looking. I could never get it looking clean. What did you put on it that would withstand the heat?. I don't have it any more some one took it off of my hands. Sure had fun on that bike...
wow, I posted that, didn't I?
I used a standard urethane clearcoat recommended by the local napa. It turns out the heat isn't a problems, it's the chemicals, if I forget to tuen off the fuel petcock, the carbs leak gas... and gas strips this clear off faster than you can say "OH Shi!"

Now the clear I used on my Camaro, a PPG urethane clear, laughs at even lacquer thinner. Gasoline is nothing to this stuff.

The heat isn't an issue. The engine's outer cases just don't get that hot.

For the cylinder block and main engine cases, I used VHT high heat caliper paint. It looks very lose to the original color, and doesn't mind the heat (or the spilled fuel) at all.
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wow, I posted that, didn't I?
I used a standard urethane clearcoat recommended by the local napa. It turns out the heat isn't a problems, it's the chemicals, if I forget to tuen off the fuel petcock, the carbs leak gas... and gas strips this clear off faster than you can say "OH Shi!"

Now the clear I used on my Camaro, a PPG urethane clear, laughs at even lacquer thinner. Gasoline is nothing to this stuff.

The heat isn't an issue. The engine's outer cases just don't get that hot.

For the cylinder block and main engine cases, I used VHT high heat caliper paint. It looks very lose to the original color, and doesn't mind the heat (or the spilled fuel) at all.
note also, this was all followed by multitudinous hours with the wite rough compound and buffing wheel.
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note also, this was all followed by multitudinous hours with the wite rough compound and buffing wheel.
Jim,

Is this your attempt at killing the thread? Cause you are doing a good job! LOL
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Jim,

Is this your attempt at killing the thread? Cause you are doing a good job! LOL
did you ever polish the cases on a cb750?
Not to mention the hubs, lower forks, and anything else made of aluminum?

No, I thought not.

Go somewhere and "call the guy"
(is it dead yet?)
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