Cool! That's a comfort! I just checked the can and it is also the colorless type for O,X,Z rings!miraclegrau said:Motul makes AWESOME oil, so if their chain lube is half as good as that, then you are golden!
PJ1 makes a Blue Label clear (no color) chain lube. That's what that is. They have it at Cycle Gear, or they should...that's where I get mine.
Wow $8.00,for the PJ1, that is about the same regular price on the Motul brand. But since it was on sale, I got it for $4.99. I either had to go with the Motorex or the Motul, and chose Motul since I used their oil for my 4000 oil change. And what a difference! Yup I used the Technosynthese Esther 5100. On my 8000 change, I will go full synthetic, recommend anything from the 300V line?miraclegrau said:I think the PJ1 is $8 for the tall can (not sure how many oz's). I'm not sure which is better, I've just always used it, so I never thought of using anything else, I'm going to try the Motul now though, and see which I like better.
I highly suggest using Motul 5100 motor oil though! I think it is the best!!!
Good point there Char. What other lines does Motul have for 100% synthetic? I believe the 5100 is a blend? So using the 300V, you would be changing the oil in shorter intervals?miraclegrau" said:I think I am going to stay with the 5100. Everything I've read about the 300V says "Race", and "Race oil" a lot. Even though you can get it in a heavier weight, most race oils don't have much...long term protection. You aren't going to put 4,000 miles on a race bike in between oil changes.