Dumonde Tech PRO X Lite Chain Lubricant
Like Dumonde Tech's Regular chain lube, cyclists who tested or raced using PRO X Lite, report it to perform better than any other lube they have ever used. Even those riders that use their Standard Lite and Original chain lubes. A bold statement, but comes from years of technology, formulation and testing.
PRO X Lite brings the aspect of polymerization and MRCC oils that, by design, migrate for complete wetting of the surfaces.
Dumonde Tech's Micro Resistant Complex Compounds (MRCC) had been in development for over 10 years. Originally developed for their motorsports lubrication's, MRCC technology creates a lighter viscosity while maintaining high protection, reducing friction and increase in creating much higher film strength than common, traditional technology.
2 FL oz
MRCC technology creates an extremely low friction bond.
A dry lubricant that does not attract dust and dirt.
Watts. Very little is used to move your bike parts.
10 time high lubricity the Teflon. Ceramic lubes? Catchy hype.
Waterproof which will not wash off.
Drive train stays clean, last longer, runs silent.
Extremely durable, outlasts all other chain lubes in any condition.
Applied sparingly for the best results and increased value.
PRO X LITE is the lighter version to Dumonde Tech's PRO X REGULAR chain lubricant.
PRO X LITE is ideal for road bike, wet or dry, and extreme dry off road trail conditions.
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
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Best lube ever
I use this on all of my bikes regardless of conditions. In dry, I get about 150 miles between strip/reapply and shifts are smooth and quiet always
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