New from Sdoc100, Dry Lube is a completely transparent and highly fling-resistant chain spray, specially created for fuss-free application during spring and summer months.
Developed in Sdoc100’s German laboratory, Dry Lube’s innovative hybrid formula combines the advantages of traditional oil-based lubrication with the latest dry lube technology.
The average middleweight motorcycle transfers a similar amount of power to a small car through the drive chain, so keeping it properly lubricated is essential to prevent premature wear and and to ensure the machine is performing at its best. Poorly lubricated chains require more frequent adjustment and replacement, as well as sapping power from the engine.
Conventional oil-based chain sprays are messy to apply, frequently fling off onto the rear wheel/swinging arm and can trap dirt and grit from the road, creating a ‘grinding paste’ effect that accelerates wear on chain and sprockets too.
Dry Lubes are popular for use during the warmer drier months, because they are less messy to apply and won’t pick up and hold damaging grit and dirt particles thrown up from the dry and dusty road surface.
However, the R&D department at Sdoc100 wanted to overcome some of the limitations of current dry lube technology. So they formulated Dry Lube to run deep inside the chain links, for longer-lasting lubrication and reduced fling. They included an anti-corrosion additive, to help keep the chain in top condition, and made it transparent, so it won’t leave an unsightly colour on the chain when applied. The result is a spray that provides optimum wear and corrosion protection through a dry yet flexible protective layer.
Suitable for all O / X / Z ring chains, SDoc100’s Dry Chain Lube is priced at £15,99 (including VAT) for a large 400ml spray can. Used regularly and in combination with SDoc100 Chain Cleaner, it can significantly increase chain life and reduce the frequency of adjustment too. Call Motohaus Powersports on 01256 704909 or visit: www.motohaus.com for details.
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