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Hi all, I recently got a pretty low mile R3, but it was stored outside with a cover (sad face) and the thing has gathered a combination of dust, mud, mold and humidity. I am wanting to strip her down and wash/hose every inch of her naked body.

Any tips on getting her wet without having any accidents? anything that I need to cover? I'd rather just not cover anything if I can get away with it.

Also do you know of any product that can make black plastic and cables regain it's sheen without making it greasy?

Thanks for your input!
 

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Cover Ecu, fuses, and rectifier. Just dont shoot it with pressurized water directly and avoid plugs. You should be good. Take off the battery just in case and dont start it till its dry af.

I use Griots engine bay dresser to renew plastics.
 
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