luke the illusionist -
April 06, 2013(Alameda, CA)
This is all I use anymore for the sportbikes. Doesn't fling, lasts longer then most.
September 05, 2012(canton, MI)
Reading all the reveiws it seems people do not understand how to read directions!!!!!!! When you are FINISHED with your ride lube chain from the inside (were the chain goes to the rear sprocket. allow to sit for at least 15min befor you ride again. i have never had this stuff fling off nor get on my powder coated rims, or tire. it does leave a white grey film but it looks like a brand new chain wax coating.
February 20, 2012(Glen Allen, VA)
Stays on your chain, and wipes clean with WD-40 or Never Dull.
February 20, 2012(Plymouth, MA)
This stuff does lube your chain, but my problem with it is that it leaves a white coating on everything it touches. I didn't have a problem with it flinging off. If you follow the instructions and let it set after applying it to the inside (sprocket contact side) of a warm chain, you shouldn't have a problem with that. It just leaves a nasty-looking residue.
Heavy Duty chain oil
August 10, 2009(Silver Springs, FL)
I have tried many chain lubes in the past 5 years and found this will stay on the rollers the best. I even tried 250 syn. Rear end grease. The object is to never let the chain rollers get shiny. When that happens the sprockets and chain are getting worn. This lube will stay on the chain for 250 miles in the winter, and 180 miles during summer. The best I've found. I got 31000 miles from my last set.
August 03, 2009(sweeny, TX)
This lube does its job of lubing the chain well. BUT, it is VERY messy. After you get done riding, your sprockets, tires, rims, swingarm, everything close by is covered in it. And it is a PAIN to get off. Try another brand
Make sure you wipe it off after 5 mins
March 31, 2009(laveen, AZ)
Do not ride without wiping it first.
February 20, 2012(Bradford, MA)
Easy to use, spreads out all over chain for good protection and lubrication and doesn't make a mess when applying