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This disc lock fits well and performs as intended. Locking mechanism makes it difficult to get the key in at times, which can set off the alarm. Looks good, screams loud, and fits through the disc holes on my Ducati 1098, providing a secure mount.
Would like to see a better locking mechanism that allows smooth key operation, a storage pouch, and a longer alarm duration before it resets.
Better than expected
It fits well on the bike though I believe it stretched some and now fits perfectly. It poured rain for a week a few days after I got it but no water got through. I got it for my dirt bike so I can't say much about whether or not it scratches paint. The only thing that's a little annoying is trying to fit it in the storage bag when you're not using it. The bag is not a good shape for the cover to fit in it. Other than that I really like it.
I'm using this in my RM125. I have it setup for trails running a 6 oz flywheel weight most the time so I can lug the motor in the tight stuff and so it wont die on hillclimbs. Even when we're luggin slow in the tight gnarly rocky trails I've never fouled a plug while running it. Also I have used other oil and they seem to bog the motor at lower rpms. The engine just runs fantastic with this stuff at any rpm. I highly recommend it.
The tool worked well for breaking a Renthal O-Ring chain. I'm glad I read the instructions and reviews closely and carefully aligned all pieces before breaking. Otherwise I can see how press pins could be broken or bent. It is a bit tough to see alignment so you have to "feel it" Don't force it. Received one day in advance of when promised!
It works as advertised
You need this if:
1) Your front axle requires a hex socket to loosen/tighten.
2) You often change tires on your own or do your own work on your bike.
Quality, seems like it will last forever
Mike (Siloam Springs, AR)
Perfect for Vintage 2T
My go to oil for vintage two strokes.
No lurching when put in gear first thing in the morning, no clutch slipping or judder. Almost telepathic shifts.