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When you're done with the suds, make sure your chopper is free of pesky water spots by blasting it with a powerful motorcycle dryer. Available in a range of styles and strengths, motorcycle dryers have the lung-power to get your bike dryer than if you simply used a towel. And with countless motorcycle dryers reviews to read, you'll discover real experiences from real customers like you.
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Shake hands with one of the strongest hand-held motorcycle dryers in town: The Metro Air Force Blaster Sidekick. This light-duty motorcycle dryer uses a 1.3 HP motor to move up to 18,000 ft of air per minute. Weighs only 3 lbs. 1-year warranty.
Water doesn’t stand a chance when you unleash your Metro Air Force Master Blaster Motorcycle Dryer. This heavy-duty motorcycle blow dryer has an 8 HP motor and launches an impressive 58,500 ft of air per minute. Weights 16 lbs. 1-year warranty.
Blast your chopper dry in no time with the Metro Air Force Blaster Motorcycle Dryer. This medium-duty motorcycle dryer sports a 4 HP motor and moves up to 29,250 ft of air per minute. Built tough from steel. Weighs just 8 lbs. 1-year warranty.
Car & Motorcycle Dryers Reviews Check out this recent Metro Air Force Master Blaster Car & Motorcycle Dryer customer review: Richard G from Chalfont, PA says "I chose the larger unit for drying cars and motorcycles. This unit works well for drying the Nooks and crannys of a motorcycle. Turning on the second stage removes a bit left over from the first stage. So I use the first stage ( half power to quickly dry the bike. The second stage for the very tight areas in around the engine etc. If you use the second stage for any period of time you need a circuit that can can handle over 15 amps as it will trip a 15 AMP breaker when you use both stages. I Have a 20 AMP breaker with a dedicated outlet for power tools and it works fine but it did trip a 15 amp line. The cord is long but it may be a stretch if the oulet is in the wrong place and DONT use a regular extension cord if you need extra length."