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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-29-2010, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
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Here are a few pictures from Saturday afternoon.
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Looks like a wide variety of nice bikes.

Where is yours?
In the garage.

I live 2 hours away from the show and it was overcast and looking like rain on the radar-- I am not into riding thru a rainstorm.

But if you want to see the bike its on my profile-- just ckick photo album

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Beautiful bike!! Cute pup too! You outta show off the other side too.

I'm curious about the white frame. Is it hard to keep clean?
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To be 100 % honest- the whole bike is a NIGHTMARE to keep clean

I would rather detail 3 cars than 1 bike- never knew there were so many nooks and crevaces for dirt & dust-- 1 trip down the road and its dusty already

I try to keep it looking fairly new so I am constantly wiping it down-- the white frame isn't that bad though, I came VERY close to buying one of those '07 JP's, white with the blue flame graphics, my favorite behind the '09 CNJP

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I've been using the Lucas "Slick Mist" that was recommended on another forum. It does a better job than Pledge, which a lot of people swear by, and just plain 'ole water in a sprayer. The Slick Mist is more of a quick, in between waxes, product but the bottle is lasting a long time and it really pulls the dirt and grime out of the paint so the corrosion doesn't start setting in.

Sometimes I get really lazy and just wet down a chamois and quickly go over it. If I get caught in the rain and the bike is still wet when I get home I find this the best, if not easiest, way to get ahead of the clean up job.

The 07 JP you spoke of is down at the dealership where I got my 09. I considered it as well but for the price I got a new one with the closed loop EFI, 106 motor, and 2 yeaar warranty; I figure it was better to get the 09. Besides; it had a unique paint job. Apparently the dealership had a lot of black Vics on the showroom floor and decided to do a two-tone black and white to this JP to make it stand out a bit more.
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looks like a white cc in one of your pics, would like to see pics of it if you have any.
Sorry ronfox-- those were the only pics I took

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