Razzle (Golden Square )
Best I've ever tried. Reduced noise and easier shifting. The extra cost is well offset by more kilometers between changes.
Marcello (Westport )
I have been using this stuff for a few months now, I used to run maxima super M but it spooged way too much so I switched to this, its definitley a great oil for low rpm woods riding unlike motul 800 little spooging but not too bad I am switching though because I am beginning to race and want a oil for higher rpm riding
Jordon (mount holly )
I've been using Motul for 60,000 smooth shifting miles on my VFR
Douglas Cawthon (Stevensville )
Had 9 bikes to change fluid on. Waited 2 weeks for order to arrive. I got a 4 wheeler hand lever instead. Shipped back for exchange, only to get a refund. Should of purchased local!
RyYYZ (Hamilton )
It seems like a good idea, but I don't know if it's because it slings off quickly, leaving a very dry, but clean chain, or because it just doesn't lubricate, but I could actually hear the individual links in my chain squeaking as they went on and off the front sprocket while rolling the bike around in the garage. Like a clean finger on wet dish kind of squeak. As soon as I relubed it (with this stuff), the squeak went away. I've never had that happen before. But I've also never had a good OEM chain lose o-rings so quickly. Used this stuff from new - picked it up when I picked up the bike. Used it for maybe 5,000 km until the damaged o-rings showed up. I've had chains lose o-rings before, but usually only when they are quite old and have a lot of mileage on them. Maybe it wasn't the lube. Maybe I didn't apply it often enough (although as often as I ever used anything else, maybe more because it was so easy/non-messy to apply). That's my experience. Tried it, liked the idea, wanted to like it, but it just didn't seem to perform.
Glenn (Reno )
My mechanic stated that engines he's pulled apart for a piston change that ran on this look like they're brand new. We run 40:1 even though the manual states 50:1.