How To Clean & Lube The Chain On Motorcycle/Sportbike. Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R. Kodak Zi8 Video Test

How To Clean & Lube The Chain On Motorcycle/Sportbike. Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R. Kodak Zi8 Video Test
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16 thoughts on “How To Clean & Lube The Chain On Motorcycle/Sportbike. Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R. Kodak Zi8 Video Test

  1. It’s called KEEPING YOUR HANDS/FINGERS CLEAN guy!! Rather than,once your done oiling it and wiping off all the excess,You aren’t STANDING THERE at the SINK for half an hour,scrubbing off ALL the crap that got on your SKIN!! I’d MUCH RATHER DO THAT,than spend JUST as LONG,having to clean my rear-wheel after all the cleaner/lubricant gets flinged OFF onto it doing it your way!!

  2. If i use a breakcleaner is it good? Is it good if i just spray it every 400kms and totally clean it every 2000kms or u clean it every 400kms+lube wax?

  3. I use lithium bearing GREASE. I am a fitter/welder and I know what happens to thin compounds at high speeds. All that spray on shit is just a convenient lazy mans way. Chuck your bike on a race stand, put in 1st and rotate the chain/wheel for about 30 secs. This warms up the chain slightly so the GREASE can penetrate the joins. I use a small hand held grease applicator, to the inside surface of the chain. Nobody ever uses spray on stuff on large machinery.

  4. Lubing and cleaning a chain is two WAY different things. You need degreaser to clean the chain, to get the old lube off. Then you use chain LUBE to lube it. You’re just caking on so much lube to your chain you’re not even cleaning it.

  5.  Motul Chain Clean and Motul Chain Lube for Cleaning and Lubing your Motorcycle chain. Safe for O-ring X-Ring and Y-Ring chains. If want to go cheap, then use Kerosene to clean it and use 80/90 gear oil to lube it. Specially if you own a HONDA Bike. Honda recommends 80/90 gear oil for their chains.  

  6.  
    Damn so i been cleaning my chain all wrong for the last 40 yrs lol . I use a pressure washer to blast off any crap and thats it except for lubing where logic has told me since i was 14 y/o not to use a non throw wax or chain oil simply because if its sticky enough to stay on your chain its going to attract and have stick to it all kinds of dirt and sand etc and so what you end up with is a grinding paste on ur chain wearing the O rings and metal chain parts, resulting in shorter chain and sprocket life. For 40 yrs all ive used is WD40 or CRC , and i do it every 500-600km my chain and sprockets always last me around 30000km on my road bikes which i think is enough. And my chain never looks dirty or gunked up ever . Dont get me wrong im not telling you how to do your chain clean and lube etc , I just letting you know how i do mine. I know there will be lots of pple out there that will tell me how wrong i am , but my results speak for themselves and im happy with the results. 
    Please no offence is intended and im not trying to tell anyone what they should do. ¬†ÔĽŅ

  7. how about using a penetrate to clean the chain first? then using chain lube? not arguing wondering if that will damage the chain vs degreaser

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