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OK, heres the deal. My carb hadnt been right even after i cleaned it probably 10-12 times. I moved to Calgary a month and a half ago from Fort McMurray and hadnt played with the bikes much this summer at all. Both bikes were stored outside with the Big Bear semi dismantled. When i got to Calgary, i have a garage and got the itch to work on the bikes inside. Well, the carb was a write off, water had gotten inside and it looked soo nasty !! i cleaned it as best i could with conventional carb spray cleaner and put it back together. The bike didnt respond to the treatment. It ran, but wouldnt idle etc ... I looked online and saw the Chem Dip and read all the great reviews about it. Unfortunately it isnt available in Canada. Then i saw a write up about pine sol and the great results it was giving. As of right now, my carb is soaking in about $6 worth LOL. while it was in the pail for the first hour, i pulled it out to look at it, and was amazed ... the carb looks new. If it does to the inside what it did to the outside, i will have it made!! i will let it soak 24 hours and install back on the bike and give an update. i may have to soak it for 48, but i want to get it back together now ,,, Has anyone else tried this before? How were the results?
Has anyone had their plastics camo dipped? If so, how much was it and who did you use? Also, any feedback on these DIY camo dip kits ? ( Camo Dip Kit - Do It Yourself Water Transfer Camo Dip Kit ). They have a bunch of camo patterns to choose from plus carbon fiber.