DAELIM 125CC VL 125 Daystar/125 L 03-11 ACF50 THREE PACK ANTI CORROSION…

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ACF50 ANTI CORROSION THREE PACK

ACF-50 for

What is it?

ACF-50 (Anti-Corrosion was originally designed to protect from existing and new corrosion and is now to motorcyclists. Aviation products to meet rigorously high and ACF-50 not only meets but has been awarded Aviation — MIL-SPEC 81309 II and III which means it is ‘approved for and non-ferrous metals, electrical and electronic components’.

The US Navy out tests using ACF-50 on the on their Aircraft Carriers. found that ACF-50 so reduced the corrosion they had experienced they now use ACF-50 all the

It works perfectly in that of harsh environment so imagine how it’s going to protect bike!

When applied forms an ‘Active’ ultra-thin film that will any existing corrosion cells and protect your bike new corrosion forming. On areas as switches or under the tank and one application will last up to 12 Other more exposed will need topping up regularly.

ACF-50 has the ability to neutralise road salt’ and will bead on contact and bounce off. Ideal for the that is used all year in all weathers, a superb service as ACF-50 is also a lubricant and (without loosening structural and if you put your bike away for the applying ACF-50 will that moisture will not be to cause any damage! Untreated will creep into and will not freely evaporate ACF-50 actively ejects from these areas.

The

Kills existing corrosion and new ‘ACTIVE’ for up to 12 months Excellent and penetrant Approved for use on electrics and Easily applied non-drying, thin, clear film economical Contains no wax, Teflon or water

How to Use

ACF-50 is 95% product, hence no propellant. Keep the tin in a warm shake very well use and remember a little ACF-50 a long way, so keep a rag to soak up any excess — use the rag to help spread the product. has strong capillary action so creep into all the areas moisture can, ‘actively’ out moisture and replacing it with

Go cautiously when applying to to ENSURE YOU KEEP IT OFF THE BRAKES.

Use anywhere, except the brakes, on bike including the engine and (will smoke on first and burn off down pipes but slows down corrosion Safe on paintwork, most and brings up black plastic a treat. ACF-50 contains no and is approved for electrics so spray into electrical joints and where it will prevent induced failures and high joints.

Works well at dirt, mud and salt from You can come back from a ride with the bike with salt’ — a wash off and it’s gone the bike still protected.

not in direct contact with the ie tank/seat areas, electrics treating approx once a Other exposed areas as necessary. You can tell the product is ‘Active; as water will on contact. having no water and not being water soluble only dissipates by being whilst stopping existing or new so just re-treat as required.

ACF-50 protects jets on US carriers! If it works for these in these conditions, think how it’s going to work for bike!

What People are about ACF-50

I ride a all year round and I have using ACF-50 for about 18 My Hayabusa has not corroded and it is great on the where all the road salt and ends up. All the alloy is corrosion and I will be using it straight on my ZZR 1400 when I pick it up week

Highly recommended

I ‘discovered’ last winter and was hoping it was as good as the reports said. In I gave the bike a thorough took as many of the removable as possible off my BMW F800ST and gave it a spraying. Snowy conditions I commuted 300 miles per week and wash the bike until the end of

The bike was almost black. what? Having removed all the of grime — no corrosion, the cleaned up like new.

is amazing, all that’s required is a nerve and a little faith!

“My mate ran this on his coated the engine, etc. all winter in the wet, kept under a cover. Washed it off at the end of the bike looked mint!

looked worse with a handful of winter dry miles and Great stuff

I’ve both: FS365 the winter last and ACF50 this just gone. I prefer

Really good stuff! what it says on the tin, highly recommend this to bike’s been fully with acf50 for two and a half now with absolutely NO new corrosion or well worth the money, i’d discovered it sooner!

lyn

wild west wales!

The big to FS365 is you have to keep it, especially after a wet ride. You get it’s teeming down rain and you have to spend a or two out there spraying the engine, legs, etc before you can cover it or it into the garage (assuming not enough room in your to do this).

With ACF50 you apply a coating and. leave it. You can extra on occasionally, as you see fit. The looks absolutely filthy a while, but that means its its job. I only cleaned the once or twice last which meant reapplying the ACF and it has survived fine.

For the fork I would clean and reapply time I washed the bike.

It take much ACF50 to get a coating so a can should last winters, which makes it value than FS365 in my

I was sceptical at first but I researched it on the net It’s used by the US Airforce on aircraft carriers, used by and other manufacturers. I have it since September and apart having to reapply it to my downpipes it has through many washes and winter rideouts, no furring on and bolts or whatever. When you a 9 grand superbike it’s its weight in gold.

I have replaced my tin having used it on my vehicles. I paid 12 quid-ish. the cold weather I have my bike far more than because I’m less about road salt my pride and joy!

(MCN forum (allanr))

I am not a fanatical and polisher of bikes, I like looking good but I also riding them in the wet — I hear you say — not at all, it you a better rider and it tones … muscles. Because of I considered it prudent to try and give a hand to the shiny bits.

Metals such as steel and are inherently unstable and will or oxidise over time in the of air and water. Add a dollop of road to the equation and you have yourself an which, as the name suggests, is conductive. This results in the of rust on steel or aluminium the grey powdery coating we work so hard to polish

So I purchased a can of ACF-50, the much anti corrosion treatment produced for the aircraft industry by firm Lear Chemical recommended by The Two Wheel Centre in Woodhouse. Now it’s over 35 since my Chemistry GCE but having the techno blurb on the packaging, my is it works by neutralising the electrical present by emulsifying the electrolyte. prevents further corrosion on or oxidised parts and stops the of corrosion on new parts, a bold but one which is backed up by plenty of on the web.

Application is either by directly onto the component or by moistened in the fluid. My recommendation is a of both. As the manufacturer states on the the fluid disperses over large area so it is easy to be enthusiastic. A word of warning, it well away from discs, tyres, footrest and handlebar grips as ACF-50 is a pretty effective lubricant.

I recommend that you do the initial over a weekend, first and dry the bike as normal then plastic food bags on the and handlebar grips.

Can in hand, apply the fluid to all bolts, chrome plated parts, shocks, swinging arm, callipers, switchgear and underside of the Leave overnight to allow the to creep into all the nooks and The following day wipe all the treated with the application cloth previously to remove any excess and it further by wiping over the fork legs, wheel and spokes.

The only areas I didn’t it to were the tank, nose and seat hump as these are on a weekly basis.

If, like me, you dry film or wax chain lubes are great at reducing oil fling on to shiny rear wheel due to lack of oil based lubricants can result in light rusting of the following a wet ride or two. My is simple, grip the drive with a cloth moistened ACF 50 and rotate the rear wheel gives an even coating to the plates and rollers. Apply dry film chain lube after and the chain will be resistant for a couple of months of wet riding

Be warned, when you up the motor for the first time an application you will be greeted by amounts of white smoke off any components which are subject to heat! Spectacular but harmless. time will tell how the product is.

Three months the line and no sign of corrosion riding through the winter and all the rain of late, not forgetting my for power washing the bike at intervals, sooner if needs be. I am a believer in this product and recommend it for use on any bike whether you in the wet on a regular basis or not.

by: Blind Boy in Products ( Hosted on Triumph)

ACF-50 (Anti-Corrosion was originally designed to protect from existing and new corrosion and is now to motorcyclists. Aviation products to meet rigorously high and ACF-50 not only meets but has been awarded Aviation — MIL-SPEC 81309 II and III which means it is ‘approved for and non-ferrous metals, electrical and electronic components’.

The US Navy carried out tests ACF-50 on the jets on their Carriers. They found ACF-50 so significantly reduced the they had previously experienced now use ACF-50 all the time! It works in type of harsh environment so how well it’s going to your bike!

When ACF-50 forms an ‘Active’ clear film that kill any existing corrosion and will protect your against new corrosion forming. On such as switches or under the and seat, one application will up to 12 months. Other more areas will need up more regularly. ACF-50 has the to ‘chemically neutralise road and water will bead on and literally bounce off.

for the bike that is used all round in all weathers, a superb spray as ACF-50 is also a and penetrant (without loosening attachments) and if you put your bike for the winter, applying ACF-50 ensure that moisture not be allowed to cause any damage! moisture will creep cracks and will not freely — ACF-50 actively moisture from these


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