I bought this as it was recommended by someone else. I warmed up my chain by riding it for a few minutes. cleaned it with kerosene and a grunge brush. applied this liberally to my chain and wiped off the excess with a towel. let it sit overnight. there was notable residue that had been flung to the sides/back of my motorcycle. I'll finish the can but I'll probably try another brand after this.
I use this lube every other time I ride. I come home, put my DRZ400SM on the stand and lube 'er up. Can't really say it flings more less than other lubes cuz frankly I understand I have to clean my rims sooner or later so I don't whine. I've used PJ1 since I was a kid, so suppose I'll use PJ1 until I die : )
Just to clarify the review by JOHN H of OH:
The Fast Black "E" is correctly described in the SuperStore web page as a urethane, not an epoxy. The PJ1 site does not state the formula so I asked them, to wit: "Our “E” Engine & Case finishes are a Poly-Urethane Enamel based product." by Todd Carroll in Sales. And the "G" formula is correctly listed as PJ1 EPOXY, and is available at SuperStore. AND PJ1 Fast Black are excellent aerosol paints.