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Original Posting: 1 December 2008
Last Updated : 02 July 2012

Accessories Page 1 - Manuals, scale models and official Suzuki
Accessories Page 2 - General and cleaning
Accessories Page 3 - Hardshell backpacks
Accessories Page 4 - More Hardshell luggage
Accessories Page 5 - Exhaust pipes and systems


This page continue the lists of motorcycle  accessories which you can get. For the revamp of this page I have tried to satisfy as many visitors as possible in terms of assisting people with finding that 'magic' product that makes bike ownership a more enjoyable place to be.

Cleaning accessories

Mr Sheen.

Over the years I found this the best product for cleaning your motorcycles. This is the cheapest and simplest thing to use especially on painted fairings. Leaves a nice glossy surface, however it doesn't last if is rained on. Perfect for cleaning the rims ! Does the rubber bits too, like that rubber thing on the mirror stalks. Mind you the usual 'plastic and rubber protectant' for car dashes work just as for the stalks. Try this first before using any other cleaning product.

JIF - Household cleaner.

How to clean alloy wheels on a motorcycle? - believe it or not householder cleaners are pretty good on cars and bikes. This week I had the problem of cleaning off brake and road grime of a set of alloys wheels. They hadn't been cleaned for at least 10 years. I tried everything including some CRC products and other brand name wheel cleaners. They had no or very minimal effect what so ever much to my disappointment. In desperation I tried Jif and WOW - with a little scrubbing it actually and noticeably worked. (Not for fairings!)

Plexus - Plastic cleaner Protectant & Polish.

I'm sure everyone knows the heartache of seeing your Hayabusa's plastics deteriorate. Hence to prevent and fix all those fine scratches try this product. The front screen of my bike was looking a tad sad. I used this stuff and now it looks almost new. It doesn't do the really deep scratches but on the smaller ones it works perfectly - quite amazing stuff.
 
McGuire's wax and polish.

This cleaning system produces the best results I've ever seen. Produces a fantastic gloss. Special ingredient is Carbonra Wax. Polish does not scratch the paint if surface is prepared properly. But remember you don't really need to polish if the paint work is in good condition - just waxing will do. Likewise on a new bike waxing is all that is needed for the next few years.

Rhino Car alarm.

Cheap, easy to install system 2 wire !. Can be attached to a ignition cut-out. Current sensing and in built multiple level shock sensor. Of course use it in conjunction with a wheel or disc lock. I use it when minimal security only required Ie. hearing distance. Read more about Motorcycle security.

Maxima Chain Wax.

Made in the USA it says it has a special formula Paraffin Wax. Lube is required every about 600-700kms. Darwin is a pretty hot place and this lube seems to last the longest. Other brands tried PJ1.

EQUUS ECU code readers.

I don't know if this works for motorcycles but I know it definitely works for cars! If your FI warning light come on you certainly want to know what's wrong. The link to the best value ECU code reader I could find. Pls email if you've successfully got it to work on your motorcycle -Thanks.
 
Misc and tank guards

Tank guards.

There are so many of these things that have been released over the years that I don't really have to say much. However those new to motorcycles this is an essential accessory if you want to keep your tank scratch free. Plastic or carbon fibre take your pick!
Light guards.

I personally recommend the Ventura - Light guard because it's saved me replacing the head light cover several times over the years of not just the Hayabusa but any number of other bikes.

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