I'd be interested to know what processes AJ's use to prepare & treat the Bike with ACF-50.
Any photos and/or feedback would be appreciated, thanks.
I've just had my R12RT ACF treated by my local dealer (Dick Lovett). They matched the Jefferies (of which thanks for posting their link) price of £49.99. When I quizzed them re application etc, they stated that their workshop initially wash the bike thoroughly, dry off and then brush on the ACF liquid to ensure all relevant nooks and crannies are covered in the goo!
Application by misting/spraying with a lance wasn't an option from my dealer. Although that sounds like a thorough way of applying the goo, needless to say, fairing and panel removals would have to be undertaken (as earlier poster has illustrated). Mind you, how far do you really need to go when 'winterising' this bike? I was initially surprised when my dealer told me that they brush on the liquid goo, but thinking about it, provided that it's brushed on the exposed vulnerable metal surfaces, then that's what really matters, isn't it....?