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    Rust blocker

    Has anyone tried Xcp rust blocker rather than ac 50 why I ask is that my daughter sells xcp at work and was told it’s better than anything else . Cheers

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    Have to admit I'd never heard of it. Having looked at it, it looks like it works on the same principle as ACF 50. I've used ACF 50 since getting harley, and I know it works, so will be sticking with what I know is proven. Give it a try though and let us know what you think.
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    Yeah I will give it a go , let you what it’s like .

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    Be good to know. Cheers
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    Here is a video of a comparative corrosion test between WD-40, ACF-50 and XCP Rust-Blocker, the test was conducted under laboratory conditions.


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    There is a huge difference think I will definitely be using xcp ! (Plus I can get it at cost price )

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluenose-1956 View Post
    Here is a video of a comparative corrosion test between WD-40, ACF-50 and XCP Rust-Blocker, the test was conducted under laboratory conditions.

    I looked into this a bit as your youtube post looked convincing but if you read more reviews i will stick with the acf 50 as it gives a better shine and does not make your exhaust look too shabby if you get any excess on it.one stated it left a burnt on residue where he had to scrape it off his downpipe..who fancies doing that on their Harley??..most independent reviews rate acf the better product also...

    I guess with delicate application i am sure this XCP is good stuff..no doubt. But with ACF i get a nice sheen and can be a bit messy with it .

    https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.mot...-rust-blocker/

    http://f2mcltd.blogspot.co.uk/2016/1...g-and.html?m=1

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    To be honest I’m only really interested in putting it on my spokes and shocks just to stop them from going rusty and as my daughter sells it I think I will try it , cheers anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash1690 View Post
    To be honest I’m only really interested in putting it on my spokes and shocks just to stop them from going rusty and as my daughter sells it I think I will try it , cheers anyway
    Oh yeah...please do...it does look like it does the job...and if its spokes and shocks..why not...i use acf for all over protection...its great that you mentioned the product in the first place..some folk here might use it as its cheaper than acf and you will have saved them some dosh..

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    Bring back a post from the past...

    https://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocia...tectant-review

    The above link has put in a YouTube link also to show you the testing that was done recently...

    Just thought it might be some food for thought


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