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S100 chain lube bought from biketech..

 

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my bike's chain after using S100 degreaser, and lubed with S100 chain lube..

minimal fling but kept your chain lubed.. one of the best lubes i've used after so many years of riding..

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BEL RAY SUPER CLEAN CHAIN LUBE. Unique sells them.

 

best i used. NEVER flings off, easy to apply. and its white like Sperm! nice contrast to the chain.

 

depends on what style you like also la. some prefer thin clear coating on their chain. some like me prefer a thick coating on the chain.

 

the bel ray belongs to the thick one. but thats why it will not fling off as well.

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Present = BMW (Bus, MRT, Walk)

 

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BEL RAY SUPER CLEAN CHAIN LUBE. Unique sells them.

 

best i used. NEVER flings off, easy to apply. and its white like Sperm! nice contrast to the chain.

 

depends on what style you like also la. some prefer thin clear coating on their chain. some like me prefer a thick coating on the chain.

 

the bel ray belongs to the thick one. but thats why it will not fling off as well.

 

lol like sperm!!

 

i tried maxima is good too, but it dun last long

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Do you guys lube your chain regularly? I'm now using holts chain-lube, after applying will always stain my rims badly..

 

Any good chain-lube to recommend? :(

 

Maybe you should try Dupont Chain Saver.

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/320679-lt-CMO-gt-Dupont-multi-use-lubricant-and-chain-saver

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BEL RAY SUPER CLEAN CHAIN LUBE. Unique sells them.

 

best i used. NEVER flings off, easy to apply. and its white like Sperm! nice contrast to the chain.

 

I using this chain lube as well, Rims still clean.

Well recommended, couple of my friends using it with gd comments.

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it's really a good lube. probably the only lube that doesnt fling off to the rim. but its white. some people don't like it.

February 2011 - March 2012 = Phantom TA 200

March 2012 - August 2013 = Suzuki Impulse 400

Present = BMW (Bus, MRT, Walk)

 

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One thing many people tend to think is they need to literally have the chain 'oiled' (as in dripping with oil or whole chain soaked kinda thing).

 

Purpose of the chainlube (be it wax, oil, or whatever) is very simple. Preserving the O-Rings. Basically to stop them drying out and cracking. Thats 99% of it. For that purpose, you only need a 'film' of oil.

 

Another thing is dun just lube the chain. CLEAN IT, and clean your chain guard, and sprocket assembly too. Chainlube will help loosen all the dirt from all the places it is splashed on or runs through, so sometimes all the **** that flies out..... yeah it is from the other parts of the bike. So again, the more liberally you spray on, the more dirt is going to get loosed and fly out.

 

Lastly, once you cleaned, lube sparingly. Rem, anything more than a very thin film is just going to get flung off.

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Any good method for cleaning chain? My chain is super dirty black.

 

Tried spraying water and use a toothbrush... My chain is still in dirty condition

 

WD40, GT85..... once clean already flush with water and relube.

 

DO NOT ever leave wd40 overnight.... it will eat into the O ring rubber (if any)

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WD40, GT85..... once clean already flush with water and relube.

 

DO NOT ever leave wd40 overnight.... it will eat into the O ring rubber (if any)

 

yup. wd40 works damn good. after cleaning, use a rag to clean it off properly. and lube immediately after

When touring, its usually the rider that give way first before the bike itself.

 

got box got tour.

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