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I use either compressed air for blasting out tight areas like inside the engine, throttle body, cooling fins, etc. For the rest other than a chamois or towel a Ryobi 18V mini blower works great. It has a soft rubber outlet tube that won't ding or scratch your bike and it's very powerful for such a small unit. If you have Ryobi power tools consider adding this feller to your herd. I'm NOT selling Ryobi nor in any way implying they are better than anything else. I don't care what your preference is, just offering up a tool that may help some. I've used the brand for over two decades with very few issues. So no 'cheap tool' haters please.
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Stopped into a car wash,thought it cooled enough,but it had not apparently as it took out my front o2 sensor.
Ran fine for a week before i had a got a new one.
I dont wash mine unless its stone cold now.
 

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I wouldn't recommend windex it has ammonia which is hard on stuff. I use purple slice or one of the other spray and wipe cleaners that are designed for a motorcycle or automobile.
I don't care
 
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