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#16 arn

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Posted 21 July 2011 - 08:19 PM

The toothpaste applicator would make it easier to apply on a chain. But better than that in terms of high pressure properties is wheel bearing grease. I load a 50 ml syringe with it, and use at each fuel stop, if there is no oiler fitted on the bike. Even the wheel bearing grease is not as good as the definitive chain sprays, but space is at a premium, and the 50ml syringe squeeze tube takes up a lot less space than a 400ml can.

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Posted 22 July 2011 - 06:00 PM

My dear "Moderator Fraands" from motoroids.I thought this was a "Buy and sell gear, accessories or mods" section and not "Dont buy" section.I Believe motoroids is in competition with other biking forums like xbhp and so on....Good going guys...I maybe wrong about this.I think attracting sponsors(and not scaring them away) to fulfil  future goals  actually help a website to grow and this is mutual.Somebody wanted reviews and you got reviews.Those reviews was'nt farted by those guys.The reviews are accurate even if they sound golden.I personnaly use the lube and I decided to sell it and I am going to introduce more products.Regarding the grease,the O rings dont turn when the vehicle is in motion if grease is applied and it attracts mud which means it isnt a good thing.....I am a motoroider and I intend to hang around here....Nobody is forcing anybody to buy anything.....You still have control over your wallet.So take it easy...Peace.

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Posted 22 July 2011 - 08:17 PM

Relax man, you have a customer here... and trust me when I say this... I joined this community for thier ability to NOT lick anyone arse to please someone and stand for whats true.

Your product is neat, and a review for it is only a matter of time. Untill then its very natural for anyone to see 1 post members carrying out a review as fishy :)

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Posted 22 July 2011 - 08:30 PM

Cool :-)

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Posted 22 July 2011 - 09:54 PM

View Postdownshift1, on 22 July 2011 - 06:00 PM, said:

I think attracting sponsors(and not scaring them away) to fulfil  future goals  actually help a website to grow and this is mutual.

Somebody seems to have the erroneous idea that the community here will mollycoddle a manufacturer/vendor/repacker to get sponsorship. While sponsorship is welcome, "sponsors" who don't watch their tongue "(Those reviews was'nt farted by those guys)" are not going to find a particularly receptive audience. Ditto "sponsors" who display a particularly thin skin when "reviews" of their product are criticized (The two posters have not yet made another visit since registering, posting, and disappearing all within minutes of one another).

People here don't just have control over their wallets, they have control over their keyboards and minds as well.

As regards the grease preventing the "O" rings from turning, and therefore attracting mud, can you please tell us how the Tribocor chain lube promotes the turning of the O rings, and at what speed to repel mud? Or are you telling us that this lubricant repels mud by itself, unlike grease?

Satyen, could you please check the mud repellent properties of this lube? It would be such great news for us bikers as we would never need a chain cleaner again, regardless of whether it works by repelling mud or "turning" the "O" rings.

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Posted 23 July 2011 - 10:57 PM

View Postarn, on 22 July 2011 - 09:54 PM, said:

Satyen, could you please check the mud repellent properties of this lube? It would be such great news for us bikers as we would never need a chain cleaner again, regardless of whether it works by repelling mud or "turning" the "O" rings.
:o Are you pulling a fast one on me! I will click a pic of the chain after some bits of riding if it helps!

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 12:32 AM

The point is that we'd welcome a low cost and EFFECTIVE substitute for whatever we use, be it a chain lube, or a tankbag. As I have never used this particular brand it would be really stupid of me to compare it to anything else I may have used, so I was keen on reading some kind of unbiased review on this item. Something perhaps like a back to back review of a different brand with it, over say 6-700 km, measuring chain slack as well before and at the end of each run, using the same amount of lube (and cleaning the chain thoroughly after the first run so that as far as possible, all residual lube is removed).

Bit of a tall ask, because we'd need a trip that is at least 600km each way, on a bike with a main stand to easily measure chain slack. All this preferably under the same conditions, It would give us a much clearer idea as to whether this is equal to/similar/better than other lubes available. The cost is competitive.

Pretty much any lube is going to attract mud, the main advantage of the spray on lubes (or the more humble oils!) is that you don't get obvious lumps of grunge on the chain, unlike grease, though how much of this dirty looking grease will actually transport abrasives into the metal faces in contact/into the "O" ring reservoirs is anybody's guess. Sprays may appear cleaner, but that CLEAR spray is going to turn into a grey paste on your chain, no need to guess where the colour came from. Oils though, get easily washed out and last for significantly less distance, unlike the other two, but if an oiler is used at regular intervals, that is no big deal.

Unfortunately in this case, apart from the two "reviews", when the person selling it does not seem to be aware that "O" rings are designed to SEAL, not rotate, one is left wondering as to how much of the remaining information provided is accurate. This does not necessarily mean that the product is bad in any way - it's just that I prefer to make an informed decision before purchasing.

Edited by arn, 24 July 2011 - 10:24 AM.


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Posted 25 July 2011 - 06:26 PM

Hi Doc,

Finally read the tube...its LITHIUM grease. Is it bad/ do I stop using it? The advantage I find is that the chain always gives a look that its just been lubricated. Not much dirt and muck yet on it.
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Posted 25 July 2011 - 11:38 PM

View Postpulsurge, on 25 July 2011 - 06:26 PM, said:

Hi Doc,

Finally read the tube...its LITHIUM grease. Is it bad/ do I stop using it? The advantage I find is that the chain always gives a look that its just been lubricated. Not much dirt and muck yet on it.

Lithium is fine - it's the standard multi purpose grease. It's not perfect, but it will do the job, and this is the grease the average mech will put on it. So long as the chain has lube on it and the rollers look grey (as opposed to shiny, which means you can now see bare metal), don't worry, be happy, and reapply after 5 -700 km after cleaning the chain, if dirty. But remember, a lube specific to the chain will be better, and last longer.

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Posted 24 August 2011 - 12:27 AM

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Posted 11 November 2014 - 09:32 PM

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