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Every time I wash my bike I end up with a dead rear cylinder. All I do is clean the plugs and it’s good after that. Anyone else have this issue?
 

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Most everybody powerblasts their bike.......ONCE!
Then they never do it again because of reasons like yours.
A nice gentle sponge bath is all that's required anyways.
 

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preferably done by someone wearing a bikini while you watch.
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Do NOT use any sort of pressure spay on a motorcycle, EVER!!! Motorcycle components are designed to be water resistant, not waterproof. Any sort of high pressure spray can get into your electronics connections and kill your bike. Years ago, another member here who lived close to me, thought that if he left his bike running, while he used the pressure sprayer that it would protect his electronics. I was in his garage talking to a mutual friend when I heard a "pzzzzt" and his bike died in a cloud of smoke.

IF you feel the need to shine your machine, use nothing more than a bucket of soapy water and rinse it off with a garden hose on LOW pressure. No spray.
 
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