- Is there a motorbike equivalent to STW?
You could give these a bash……although most bikes have a dedicated site for their owners, would help to know what it is (and pics of course)
As much as I don’t always agree with the content, I find that Singletrack has the format down exactly how I like it, unfussy and easy to navigatePosted 5 years agototalshellSubscriber
por is the stuff and its a piece of cake.. remove tank empty let it stand for a couple of days to let the fuel evaporate, mix up the resin pour into tank swirl around for 10 minutes leave to stanf for a week refit fill and job done.. and if i stand on my tiptoes on the wardrobe i can see frosts where they sell the por..Posted 5 years ago
1976 Z900. Myself and a mate imported it from California early 90’s and sold it to another friend who’s had it the last 18 years. Hardly using it; 10k miles in that time. Bought it off him at Xmas as he got caught drink driving…silly boy.Posted 5 years ago
Had one years ago and loved it then. Turns out I still love it now!weeksySubscriber
http://www.therevcounter.com for me. I’m the highest poster on there with almost 30,000 posts too actually 🙂
Caswell coating seems to be quite common now too, when i was looking at getting my Ducati tank done there was a fella who did classic bikes over Brighton way, i’ll try and find out the details for you.Posted 5 years agototalshellSubscriber
i ve used them all on trials bikes on steel ally and fibreglass tanks many fibreglass tanks are now becoming porous or worse the resin is ‘melting’ and glazing carbs to the point where the bike stops and the carb is scrap. this is as a direct result of the amount of ethanol in petrol in the US this is even a bigger problem as thier percentage of bios is bout 5% more than Uk.Posted 5 years ago
the ‘flexy’ liners do not seem to resist ethanol as well as those that go rock hard.
POR15 id the stuff anything decent costs a few quid but i ve seen how much they sell at frosts. they employ someone simply to do the mail order packing on the stuff they sell so much..
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