The Master Builder and Racer on the Salt Paul Friebus Give a tour of his shops showing how Saltproofing with USA Fluid the Unlimited StrongArm is used on everything and all processes. He's running a 1937 Harley at nearly 200 MPH. Saltproofing.com has implementations USAfluid.com has many pages of info.
Here's Shawn cleaning his KZ1100 with USA Fluid the Unlimited StrongArm as he takes the bottle and applies it to the pipes then starts scratching at it only with his fingers. USA Fluid is designed to be safe and will not hurt hands and the cleaned surface is safe enough to eat off. He works on the pipes till his dogs go nuts barking and he has to stop the video he is making. Visit USAfluid.com for USAGE manifesto and Motorcycle Section with hundreds of pages.
68 Triumph that once ran the salt in Bonneville in the 60's that was abandoned and scavenged which turned into a Rat Bike - the surfaces are RESTORED with USA Fluid - The aluminum cases turn New and the Lead Based Paint is Restored. USAfluid.com has an entire Motorcycle Section with web pages on this and dozens of other case history bikes. See the website or Call Fready at 888-271-7055 voice only mobile.
Here's Bret Wrage with his 49 Pan Head on the bench as it was cleaning up with USA Fluid and interacting with the National Motorcycle Museum. The Bike went to the Viking Meet in St. Paul and was Judged by the AMCA receiving 94 Points as an Original Antique. ALL of the original Paint and Hardware are restored to original condition. THIS bike will start up and run after an E Bomb like it never happened :) Visit USAfluid.com for the rest of the web pages...
Originally uploaded to YouTube on Jan 30, 2018, I talk about our local bike shop taking on the Royal Enfield line. I'm looking forward in this video, to riding one in the next video. If you are in the southern central valley of California and you want to take a look at these awesome bikes, visit my favorite bike shop, Adventure Center. https://www.acphusky.com/
Originally posted to YouTube on Feb 25, 2018, I finally get to have a bit of a ride on the Classic 500. My ride of the bike starts at 4:46 and the first twenty-five minutes or so give you a pretty good Idea of my thoughts on it. Follow to the part where I’m on the bluffs for the bulk of the heavy lifting as far as my take on the Royal Enfield Classic 500 goes.