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Well what a great time we had in Austin at Napalm Motorsports, Wow is the best way to describe this dealership, It's more like a bikers destination than a retail location. We had several people come and request permission to take photos to send to victorymailbag@polarisind.com for their free gift. We are now in route to Road House Motorsports in Tulsa for this weekends Bike Bash, The Victory Demo truck will be their also. So come out and see what they have done with their remodel and have a great time. See you there.
Larry!!!
"The Polish Guy"

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Comment by Larry Meservey on October 9, 2008 at 8:27am
Hi Frank, Well I was in Helen last year we didn't make it this year we were out west somewhere, and I've been at the AVR for the past two years. So I'm sure we did get a chance to meet. The closest dealer I have to Chicago at this time would be Randy's in Huntley Ill. or you would have to go north to G&G in Muskego WI. if neither of these are close enough you can always go to our web site :www.purevictorypolishes.com If you have a dealer you normally frequent let me know and I will give them a call and see if we can get them to take on the product line. Or you might go into you dealer and tell him he can find the products on page 105 of the 2009 Victory Accessory catalog. Once you try these Pure Victory Polishes your search for something better will come to an end. Let me know if you have difficulty getting The Pure Victory Liquid Spray Wax.
Thanks,
Larry!!!
"The Polish Guy"
Comment by bubba on October 9, 2008 at 5:57am
No I am up here in Chicago land. Thanks for the offer!!! Where would one purchase the PVP spray? I could add this to me collection of great waxes! :) I do wax them every time I clean the bike with S100. Works well, but does not help preventing the brake dust. I met you at the AVR and in Helen (I think). Let me know, thanks

Frank Coletto
Comment by Larry Meservey on October 8, 2008 at 9:10am
Hi Bubba, We use our Engine Tire and Wheel Cleaner, to remove or emulsify the brake dust in the bike wash process, then we use our PVP Liquid Spray Wax, to put a durable Polymere protection on the painted surfaces of wheels,This will give you a nice non stick "Baby Smooth" finish that will last for months depending on what you use to wash them. If you use PVP Bike Wash Concentrate, or our PVP Spray Rinse and Ride Bike wash , you will not remove this high quality protection you have put on your wheels, the brake dust accumulation should be much less and should basically rinse off with water saving you the labor of hand cleaning and scrubbing. Hope this helps!!!
Larry!!!
"the Polish Guy"
PS. Will you be in Tulsa This weekend? If so stop by and I will assist you in polishing your wheels.
Comment by bubba on October 8, 2008 at 5:09am
Hey Larry, I ride an 07 Hammer S. Getting tired of always cleaning the Break dust off the Red wheels. What do you have to make them less of a Dust magnet? I will be changing out the pads soon, but just wondering if you have anything that would help. Thanks

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