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I have the metro blaster mini. It works great. I like the rubber nozzle on the end unlike a leaf blower. I'm clumsy. Been a while since the bike got a full wash.
 

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Got one a few years ago for Father's Day. I love it. I use it on all my vehicles. Doesn't suck dirt into the intake like a leaf blower.
 

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If you are wanting a blower for your bike, look in pet grooming catolges. Most of the driers marketed for bikes are small versions of the force driers i use. You should be able to get a better drier with more attachments and at a cheaper price.
 

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Forgot to say you can also use a shop vac with the hose attached to the exhaust side and a home vac crevasing (sp?.... The end used for corners of the wall and floor) tool attached to it.
 

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Air shammy , aka leaf blower. Works well for the heavy water , then a quick wipe to finish off.
 

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I use a master blaster. Has heated air option, or just forced air.
Great for getting switches dry, moisture out of signal lights, etc.
Don't use it all the time, just after a heavy wash.
 

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A dollars worth of quarters to get the bugs off and an 80 mph blast down the highway to dry it.
 

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I've got the Metro too and it works great no water spots when your done and he air is filtered and warm. I wouldn't wash my bikes any other way.
 
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