Changing the subject in an attempt to re-direct attention doesn't make your "fact" any less incorrect than it was this morning.
You said "No its not, it ruins the seals. Thats a fast." (Spelling intentionally uncorrected)
This is not a fact. It is a fallacy. It is false information. Chain wax does not ruin the seals. In fact, it works very well to protect them.
In response to your re-direction above, you'll notice that nowhere in my post did I dispute lithium grease was not also a good choice. There's any number of things you can use, because, again, you're not lubing an O-ring chain, you're cleaning it and keeping debris away from the O-rings. Responding to something I didn't say doesn't help your argument.
And an "X-Ring" chain has O-rings and is internally lubricated, therefore the fact that it twists under pressure to reduce friction for increased performance has no bearing in this discussion which was only talking about how to CARE for a type of chain. Again, changing the subject does not improve your position.
On thing you are right about, RRW is a great mag. I've known John Ulrich for years (As well as Sam & Melissa and the whole AOD crew), and worked for him at Daytona and Pocono when he was running the Team Hammer events in conjunction with F-USA. In fact, he's sponsoring the USGPRU this year after racing with us a couple times last year and being really impressed with the series. The articles in the mag are second to none.
Last edited by SpeedWerks.com; 03-19-2005 at 06:04 PM.