For a Smoother Ride — Silca Super Secret Chain Lube
The SILCA Super Secret Chain Lube brings all the speed and silent running of a hot-melt wax-dipper chain to a drip applied wax.
Composed of the most lubricious additive — nano-scale Tungsten Di-Sulfide. The ingenious NanoPlatelet WS2 has less than 1/3 the dynamic coefficient friction of PTFE and 1/4 that of Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2). Best of all, this formula is incredibly environmentally friendly. Utilizing 4 different kinds of wax, WS2 nanoplatelets, and a mild alcohol to act as a binder.
For the cyclists searching for a way to maximize performance by reducing friction, or for those who just prefer a silent running bike, turn to the SILCA Super Secret Chain Lube. Prevent additional wear and opt for a smoother ride, leaving you with an almost effortless performance boost.
World's fastest nano-scale Tungsten Di-Sulfide
NanoPlatelet WS2 has less than one third the friction of the leading brand
Environmentally friendly ingredients
All the benefits of a hot-melt wax dip with none of the hassle
8 oz. bottles with the precision applicator tip for dripping on your chain
The chain should be VERY clean and dry before applying
Let dry for at least 30 minutes. Silca recommends using after your ride so it's ready for next time!
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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by scappoose cowboy
hills above Scappoose
2uiets noisy chains
Cleaned my chain the way the video showed and applied this lube according to video instructions. My drivetrain and chain have never been quieter and smoother feeling, more efficient.
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