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    Default re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Dang.
    Room for two more testers.

    That WayneJ guy is killing me. Now I have to find some dry ice.

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    Default re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Hell, I'd love to give it a shot. Lord knows I like to get my bikes dirty.
     

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    Default re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Dang.
    Room for two more testers.

    That WayneJ guy is killing me. Now I have to find some dry ice.
    bring it on!
     

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    Default re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    If you saw my chain and cassette, you'd know I NEED this stuff.

    And I'd love to set up a supply for the shop where I work...
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Tollefson View Post
    If you saw my chain and cassette, you'd know I NEED this stuff.

    And I'd love to set up a supply for the shop where I work...
    We are only selling direct yo. Regardless if we are selling 30 bottles a week or 3,000 I will never get far from the process. I can always find local challenged workers who need gainful employment and do something good for the local economy. Hippies rule....no offense to retail yo.

    Psssst - The NFS test group is full. Thank you VSalon. We rule.

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    Default re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Ahem....
     

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    I'll tell you what, there's a lot of dang shiny drivetrains out there cause of this stuff. Around here the roads still have all the sand from the winter plus a fine glaze of salt dried underneath that and my chain and toothy stuff is just as clean as can be. Me likey a lot. Plus the chain is quiet plus I think there really is significantly reduced friction but I suppose when you don't coat the whole business with cutting abrasive and gum you have to come out ahead.

    The only issue I see in the long run is the stuff lasts too long, eventually the market's gonna get saturated. Too Tall, you should think about coming out with a line of scented. Like potpourri or sachet or something like that. Product differentiation, yo.
     

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    LOL. HA! Thanks man that's really nice to hear. T.K. says the same thing, I'm going to drive myself out of business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    I'll tell you what, there's a lot of dang shiny drivetrains out there cause of this stuff. Around here the roads still have all the sand from the winter plus a fine glaze of salt dried underneath that and my chain and toothy stuff is just as clean as can be. Me likey a lot. Plus the chain is quiet plus I think there really is significantly reduced friction but I suppose when you don't coat the whole business with cutting abrasive and gum you have to come out ahead.

    The only issue I see in the long run is the stuff lasts too long, eventually the market's gonna get saturated. Too Tall, you should think about coming out with a line of scented. Like potpourri or sachet or something like that. Product differentiation, yo.

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    Default re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    just hoofed it home from the bar after team kit unveiling

    legs have been shite for a week or so

    couple beers and i'm double timing it to the park to look up into the clear night sky
    not a sound on the road except the hum of the sodium lamps

    i'm open and relaxed now

    nfs is the real deal
     

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    Default re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Anybody running this on a mountain bike under extremely dry, extremely dusty conditions? Finding something that lasts that isn't a complete mess would be a nice change.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpomtb View Post
    Anybody running this on a mountain bike under extremely dry, extremely dusty conditions? Finding something that lasts that isn't a complete mess would be a nice change.
    Yes and yes, it works better than ultra light weight lubes. My previous lubes were R'n'R blue and gold and the NFS lasts longer, is quieter and doesn't attract nearly as much dust. After my last ride when I wiped down the side plates I really expected to see a lot more dirt but it just wasn't there.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crashburn View Post
    Yes and yes, it works better than ultra light weight lubes. My previous lubes were R'n'R blue and gold and the NFS lasts longer, is quieter and doesn't attract nearly as much dust. After my last ride when I wiped down the side plates I really expected to see a lot more dirt but it just wasn't there.
    I'll have to give it a try. Most of what I've tried around here either is so dry it doesn't last a 20 mile ride in our dust, or if it lasts, it get so caked with dirt you have to take it off to clean it well.
     

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    Default re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Folks, I'm doing double time to ship all orders rec'd by this thurs. 4/18 by 4/19 and than the world headquarters is taking a 10 day break from distilling NFS from the tears of unicorns mixed with Eddy Merckx sweat. That's hard work and I hate it when Eddie smokes while we are harvesting. Suckah.

    No, seriously we are taking a 10 day break from shipping. Orders rec'd after 4/18 will be processed and shipped on approximately 5/3 sooooo if you are hot for NFS now you know the drill.

    Enjoy the nice weather

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    I'm getting some time on this stuff on the 29er...wow, it's flippin fantastic. In Too Tall we trust!
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    Quote Originally Posted by musgravecycles View Post
    I'm getting some time on this stuff on the 29er...wow, it's flippin fantastic. In Too Tall we trust!
    Tanks man when I hear that from gents like you I know I've hit my mark.

    NFSbeta is in the field. FWIIW I've been on it for almost one month and the field testers are slowly reporting back. I'm taking my usual "go slow" approach to testing and will make any and all changes necessary to create a great new companion product (hint hint) to the already proven NFS. Cautiously optimistic with a touch of giggidy here ;)

    Thanks for your patience while NFS World Headquarters was away last week at * Spring Training Camp 2013 All orders to date have been shipped.

    *Each camper went home with sample bottles of NFS. Man we had some quiet chains at camp :)

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    Hi TT - Do you have a supplier in Toronto for NFS or are all orders online?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by kempenfeltkelly View Post
    Hi TT - Do you have a supplier in Toronto for NFS or are all orders online?
    I apply labels, fill bottles and send it to you on the pronto every friday. All orders are online save one exception. If you have your bicycle serviced at Signature Cycles you'll get a 1 oz complimentary bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    I apply labels, fill bottles and send it to you on the pronto every friday. All orders are online save one exception. If you have your bicycle serviced at Signature Cycles you'll get a 1 oz complimentary bottle.
    In fact, you may even score some NFS when you receive your brand new Spectrum bicycle here at the barn ... who knows ...
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