Happy with this purchase. Cables feel like the bike just come off the showroom floor... actually a little better!!
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I find it best to insert the lubricant using a hypodermic needle so access liver cat does not get on the exterior of the cable. Takes quite a bit of time to lubricate a brand new cable
Simple product and something that gets overlooked, but man does it ever make a difference in clutch level pull! Super smooth.
This is just what you need to keep your cables sliding smoothly. Use when you do your regular service to keep your cables lubed. A tad messy unless you also purchase the adapter that goes around the cable to help force the lube into the cable instead of all over.
I use Champions Choice Cable Lubricant (I had to look up the name to write it down here, but it is the cable lube I always use) along with a Motion Pro cable luber to simplify the cable lubing process on my bikes. The lube is thin and travels down the cable quickly and drips out the end of the cable, so I know I when I've used enough lube. I know this is a cable lube review, but cable lubing is a pain unless you use the Motion Pro Cable Luber. Clamp the Motion Pro device on the cable, stick the lube can straw in the Motion Pro luber and you'll actually get most of the lube inside the cable. It's still messy, but it's way better.
Works as intended, lasts long time.
It lubes cables just fine.
If your cables are not in terrible condition then this will work just fine. However if your one who never changes them or just leaves mud and dirt every time you ride then it will not do as well. good to have if yo do not have a spare cable as it does help.
Had sticky throttle cables. It took a while, but it finally worked it's way in and loosened things up. Saved me from buying and installing new ones. Saved me $$$ and time.
I purchased this with the motion pro cable luber and I have no complaints. It does what it is supposed to do.