Soooooo, I take my wife for a nice long ride today; you know, lunch antique browsing and motorcycle shops were on the route. Any who, at the last stop I noticed her walking with a limp, but nothing was wrong with her. You all know what happened, don't you! Yep, she had left almost the entire heel of her boot on the exhaust pipe. Now, the question is: how do I get the melted leather off the pipe?
Some have had luck with easy off oven cleaner. Since it takes a certain type and I didn't want to take chances I used a penny instead. Copper won't scratch the chrome so try sharpening the edge of a penny and using it as a scraper.
Retired USAF, IYAAYAS!
2008 V-Star 1100 Custom Bobber project
2011 Crimson XR with Forged Highway Bars / Hard Bags / Passenger Backrest, Ness parts including Smooth Layback Plate Frame/Mount / Rad 3 Mirror / deep cut grips / drivers floorboards /shifter peg / brake peg / passenger pegs. Witchdoctor black rack, Lloydz filter / timing wheel / VFC III, 7Jurock windshield, Drag Specialties seat.
2012 Cross Country--trunk at times, stereo/amp upgrade, Madstad Windshield bracket, old-man style heated seat/grips, RPW Exhaust/Lloydz ATS and filter, PCV/AT, Cycleops Cheese, side covers and primary insert, soft lowers, a bit of chrome...