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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 afie View Post
    Ill take two bottles to Sydney if possible.
    Let me say this as clearly as possible. I LOVE Australia, I love you, I love unicorns but the USpostal service does not.

    PM me, we'll work something out.

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

    All orders this week 11/26 shipped today.

    As for that guy in Spain, watch your post. Your package should arrive in < 2 weeks if the seagulls don't get it first.

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

    TT -- Holy turnaround time Batman!

    Better half saw two bottles and instantly commented "awesome, I'd never find it if we had to share a bottle"

    GO BALLERS!

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

    I was at a bar last night... wait for it... with a girl.
    My mech texted me, and it showed up on my home screen.
    Not the most appropriate time to receive a text reading "Yo, that lube fucking works!" from a gentleman named Nicolas.
    Got some cash
    Bought some wheels
    Took it out
    'Cross the fields
    Lost Control
    Hit a wall
    But we're alright

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    Quote Originally Posted by chasea View Post
    I was at a bar last night... wait for it... with a girl.
    My mech texted me, and it showed up on my home screen.
    Not the most appropriate time to receive a text reading "Yo, that lube fucking works!" from a gentleman named Nicolas.
    Snort.
    OK boys, girls, girlboys and boyish men. Next wave of shipping happens tue. 12/4
    Rumors are trickling in that the product is getting a test at one of the Bicycling magazines. I'm going to need more elves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Let me say this as clearly as possible. I LOVE Australia, I love you, I love unicorns but the USpostal service does not.

    PM me, we'll work something out.
    I PM'd you before about Brisbane and an offer. Maybe a bulk surface shipment that can be distributed from somewhere.
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    Default re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Got mine yesterday, will start putting miles on it this weekend.

    TT - use on a MTB, yay or nay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dgaddis View Post
    Got mine yesterday, will start putting miles on it this weekend.

    TT - use on a MTB, yay or nay?
    Absolutely. Wipe those sideplates after you ride yo.

    Breaking my own code of ethics sigh: This is how I apply chainlube. Big ring + Smallest cog, apply NFS than run the chain backwards for 60 seconds, wipe the chain aggressively with 100% cotton rag. Drop the chain to small ring and wipe any excess lube off the big ring, pop the gears up two in the back and wipe excess lube from the 11/12 and you are done. After riding wipe down the chain, it takes ummmm 5 seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Absolutely. Wipe those sideplates after you ride yo.

    Breaking my own code of ethics sigh: This is how I apply chainlube. Big ring + Smallest cog, apply NFS than run the chain backwards for 60 seconds, wipe the chain aggressively with 100% cotton rag. Drop the chain to small ring and wipe any excess lube off the big ring, pop the gears up two in the back and wipe excess lube from the 11/12 and you are done. After riding wipe down the chain, it takes ummmm 5 seconds.
    Cool, thanks.

    Look for a review on Singletracks in a few weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dgaddis View Post
    Cool, thanks.

    Look for a review on Singletracks in a few weeks.
    Ya know, this may be getting out of hand. A few extra elves may not cut it. After TT has gone global with this, he may want to consider a name change for his product. Something like TSFW.
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    Default re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Kellogg View Post
    Ya know, this may be getting out of hand. A few extra elves may not cut it. After TT has gone global with this, he may want to consider a name change for his product. Something like TSFW.
    Singletracks sees over 350,000 unique visitors a month....so, if it's as good as everyone has said so far, and works in the dirt too, TT is gonna be a busy boy.
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    Default re: NFS Chainlube & Race Grease: The wait is over

    I'm going to order anyways but can you compare it to Motorex Wet or Dry?

    I'm looking forward to your MTB report, Dustin. We got 6" of rain in the last 30 hours and will have another 6-8" in the next 30. I need something that works in the mud =)
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by anomaly View Post
    I'm going to order anyways but can you compare it to Motorex Wet or Dry?

    I'm looking forward to your MTB report, Dustin. We got 6" of rain in the last 30 hours and will have another 6-8" in the next 30. I need something that works in the mud =)
    What the Sam Hill is Motorex? Kidding, I looked it up with Google. This will last considerably longer with alot less build up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    What the Sam Hill is Motorex? Kidding, I looked it up with Google. This will last considerably longer with alot less build up.
    Good to know. It comes highly recommended at Above Category so it's what I've been using for awhile now. That said it does gunk up pretty well.
     

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    It seems too good to be true, so wotthehell, gotta try it. Got any suggestions for lubing a fixie chain?
     

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    Fixie chain needs to be colourway keyed some major component of the bike. No lube required.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by maunahaole View Post
    Fixie chain needs to be colourway keyed some major component of the bike. No lube required.
    Haha, no, that would be a hipster bike. This is a road bike that just happens to have a fixed drivetrain.
     

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    There is going to be a twist to this movie at the end when we find out the secret ingredient is "people".
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkC View Post
    There is going to be a twist to this movie at the end when we find out the secret ingredient is "people".
    There is a baby oil joke in there somewhere.

    prcrstn8 - If you keep pitching softballs somebody is going to hit it over your head. Just sayin'

    I cross that line a dozen posts ago, see #88.

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

    Wait, you don't ride a fixie? Because there's no drop it down here or pop it up there when its one chainring and one cog and no freewheeling. But I'll figure something out and let you know.
     

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