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Thread: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Chik View Post
    TT, I'm about to replace my Campag chain. What's the recommended treatment, if any, before I apply the Silca version? Degrease the chain first?
    Corporate answer would be: Go ride it for a few hundred miles than start using NFS.
    Personal answer: Hit it with a big can of WD40 and a large rag for a backstop. Wipe like crazy, let air dry for a few hrs. than apply 12 drops of NFS and have a nice day.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Corporate answer would be: Go ride it for a few hundred miles than start using NFS.
    Personal answer: Hit it with a big can of WD40 and a large rag for a backstop. Wipe like crazy, let air dry for a few hrs. than apply 12 drops of NFS and have a nice day.
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    Default Re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Send me the leftover cloudy, toxic, smelly and environmentally dangerous original NFS lube and I'll put it to good use. Six bikes in our family and I just made it through my first bottle with a spare in reserve. Good stuff.
     

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

    Quote Originally Posted by rwsaunders View Post
    Send me the leftover cloudy, toxic, smelly and environmentally dangerous original NFS lube and I'll put it to good use. Six bikes in our family and I just made it through my first bottle with a spare in reserve. Good stuff.
    You kid because you love soooo much ;) NFS is non-toxic...win win win. NFS+ is non-toxic, odorless and biodegradable.

    Horses for courses.

    I use both

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

    Amused by this today
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    Default Re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Quote Originally Posted by Chik View Post
    Amused by this today

    A prototype unit was tested by a well regarded lab and resulted in more questions. The moto guys know about this.

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

    "The Scottoiler gives me a huge advantage over my competition. I get full chainring Fred marks....ON BOTH LEGS! #winning"

    - Rad Triathalon Guy
     

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

    Not a peep from the Mrs. about odor with NFS+.

    sniff test = Pass
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    Default Re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Quote Originally Posted by Will Neide View Post
    Not a peep from the Mrs. about odor with NFS+.

    sniff test = Pass
    My wife actually likes when I come out of the garage smelling of typical bike lubes. I get no response when I use NFS though. I'm not sure if I should classify that as a win or a loss. Maybe I should start shaving with the leftover pro link...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BShow View Post
    My wife actually likes when I come out of the garage smelling of typical bike lubes. I get no response when I use NFS though. I'm not sure if I should classify that as a win or a loss. Maybe I should start shaving with the leftover pro link...
    I have bottles of NFS if you need that little extra to assault your Mrs. senses. I wonder if Josh can add a "pheromone" spiked version. NFSx?
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    Default Re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Quote Originally Posted by Will Neide View Post
    I have bottles of NFS if you need that little extra to assault your Mrs. senses. I wonder if Josh can add a "pheromone" spiked version. NFSx?
    Hah! I have the NFS and the odor is so mild that I get no reaction from her. So I'm agreeing with your sniff test pass, though with my unique situation, where she actually does like the smell of the prolink, its a bit of a fail.

    The performance of the lube though... wait a minute ( I need to proceed with caution here - PG-13 forum and all) ... This stuff works great on bicycles! I need to get a hold of some of that grease though. My tube of Phil's is getting tired.
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    One drop a month helps keep three generations of Nierman Boys high and tight.

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    Nierman my bruddah. Send me email I need to send you a test bottle pf the NFS+ which is nontoxic, odorless and a perfect use for those clippers. Infact, please let me do this.

    For everyone else, labels for NFS+ arrive in two weeks than I start shipping. You can preorder of you wish from NixFrixShun Bicycle Speed Shop

    Fwiiw. By popular demand black on black on black bartape is in and available at the Philly Bike Expo. It is hawt,.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Nierman my bruddah. Send me email I need to send you a test bottle pf the NFS+ which is nontoxic, odorless and a perfect use for those clippers. Infact, please let me do this.
    Been a year or two at least. No balding or patchy irritations. It gets the same wipe-down you stress with chain duty. Like lingerie, barely there is when it does its sexy work.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Nierman View Post
    Been a year or two at least. No balding or patchy irritations. It gets the same wipe-down you stress with chain duty. Like lingerie, barely there is when it does its sexy work.
    Rodger all that I'm just sayin' we can do better. NFS+

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    Remembered something I had hinted at last Winter while au naturale hotboxing a set of cross country skis today (South facing deck on a day with warm and even temps). No not patchouli scented NFS+. The equally tongue in cheek Ballers Glide© product which could ultimately spawn a duly named Winter version of Ballers Ride©.

    Technically they will be face down and I want them to slip. So from my perspective this is wholly in keeping with the principle guidelines you have laid out. What say you, Toots?
     

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    Love at first sight. We can do this. Can I suggest snowshoes to allow for broader audience?
    BallersGlide, you know at some point I will have to succumb and make a new product. Will make for a hella strong sales pitch at trade shows.
    Quote Originally Posted by dutchess View Post
    Remembered something I had hinted at last Winter while au naturale hotboxing a set of cross country skis today (South facing deck on a day with warm and even temps). No not patchouli scented NFS+. The equally tongue in cheek Ballers Glide© product which could ultimately spawn a duly named Winter version of Ballers Ride©.

    Technically they will be face down and I want them to slip. So from my perspective this is wholly in keeping with the principle guidelines you have laid out. What say you, Toots?

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    Dug up my previous comment for posterity. Disallowing comments in the classifieds and moving this to OT threw me off.

    Quote Originally Posted by dutchess View Post
    If you kick off the body product at a Winter get together named "Ballers Glide" I promise to show up and join the festivities. Right now I'm off to the copyright office to secure my rights to the title, not really.
     

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

    I put 10 rolls of the new Stealth black on black bartape in our store. The stuff is too good and am saving the remainder for sale at Philly Bike Expo. Get er' done.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    I put 10 rolls of the new Stealth black on black bartape in our store. The stuff is too good and am saving the remainder for sale at Philly Bike Expo. Get er' done.

    IMG_0978.jpgIMG_0981.jpgIMG_0983.jpgIMG_0984.jpgIMG_0986.jpgIMG_0988.jpgIMG_0989.jpgIMG_0991.jpg
    Awesome. You better keep that stock up. Once I run out of what I have at home, that'll be my new number 1 go to tape.
     

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