• JUNE 2014 SFOTM (ASF Streetfighter of the month) - VOTE!

      Welcome to the JUNE 2014 ASF Streetfighter of the month poll. These bikes were submitted in June, and now it's time to choose one of these great bikes to be Streetfighter of the month.

      Please place one vote for the bike of your choice above by clicking the selector above the photo then clicking VOTE at the bottom. The voting is open to ANY visitors to this page, but you only get one vote - so make it count!

      This month's winner will be the bike with the most votes by the end of the month and will be entered into the Streetfighter of the year poll at the end of the year, plus be entered into next years ASF calendar (all going to plan) plus a few more features for the winning ASF member.

      As always; No offence to the guys that didn't get their bikes into the 4 drawn this month, it's always hard and stresseful. trust me, you don't want the job if doing it.

      Happy voting!

      To place your vote now please visit the voting topic: http://www.streetfighters.com.au/for...he-month)-VOTE
      This article was originally published in forum thread: JUNE 2014 SFOTM (ASF Streetfighter of the month) - VOTE! started by Gix11 View original post
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      latheboy

      Just boil the plug...
      Hmmm I might want to paint the frame one day, can it be cleaned of with something toxic ?

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      latheboy Yesterday, 08:45 PM Go to last post
      GammaBoy

      Foodsafe Silicone spray is the answer. Just don't get it on anything that you might one day want to paint.

      Clear coat for polished Al.

      GammaBoy Yesterday, 10:44 AM Go to last post
      ozzy1100

      Yes but do you polish them after use.....

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      ozzy1100 Yesterday, 08:19 AM Go to last post
      latheboy

      I make all my butt plugs out of stainless, its body safe that way

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      latheboy 19-09-2018, 08:17 PM Go to last post
      ozzy1100

      Won’t dull machining marks, has zero effect on surface but no
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      ozzy1100 19-09-2018, 05:48 PM Go to last post
      latheboy

      But it's not shiny, I want it to be a mirror and be able to see all the machining marks.
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      How cool

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      latheboy 19-09-2018, 03:12 PM Go to last post