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    BC Array LegalAlien's Avatar
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    Blue 2008 R1

    Question SC1 Silicone on tire

    I just washed my bike a couple of days ago. After washing it I used SC1 Silicone Detailer - looks good, smells nice - , but this time I also got it on my front tire and rotors . And to be honest, I don't know if you should keep it away there. Usually I don't spray those parts, but....shit happens!
    Does anybody have the right solution/answer; I've heard different stories so far.

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    Registered User Array michael's Avatar
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    Honda. Still. Again.
    That was not a good thing.
    Wash & rinse. Wash & rinse. Wash & rinse.

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    Jackie Chan's stuntdouble Array Motorcycle Man's Avatar
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    Use brake cleaner on the rotors. If the pads are contaminated, you might have to replace them. For the tire, wash it off as best you can then ride carefully to scrub any remaining oil off.

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