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Slipstreamed my Superhawk

We here at Crusader have been slowly working on automotive products.  Very slowly since we don’t have a dedicated Test Mule. 
I’ve been wanting to use Slipstream in my bikes engines.  Unfortunately my bikes have all used wet clutches.  Slipstream in that type of engine would mean I would have no clutch at all.  So instead, I Slipstreamed the Clutch Lever and Brake Lever.  I pulled the levers out, cleaned up the brackets, and used Slipstream Styx on the friction points.  The results were dramatic increases in the smoothness and feel.
Is it possible for a bike to feel “happy”? Because it does.
Still haven’t tried it on the chain yet.
There are other applications I’ll be testing as well.


  1. StingMP9's Gravatar StingMP9

    I’ve been meaning to pull apart a spring assisted folding knife and see if it flicks faster and happier with slipstream!

    • 05/30/2012    

      That test has been done. Results are positive.

      • StingMP9's Gravatar StingMP9

        Slipstreamed my SOG Flash II and removed the safety to much satisfaction

        Tried to repeat on my new Gerber F.A.S.T. and got mixed results since I lost the tiny ball bearing under the safety/folding release switch

    • LouisCQ's Gravatar LouisCQ

      My Benchmade Mini AFO opens with authority since I put a few drops of Slipstream on the pivot points.

  2. Nick's Gravatar Nick

    The part of the front brake lever that pushes the plunger on the master has a lot to do with front brake feel. The smoother the better!

    • 06/01/2012    

      Smoother is better!

  3. 06/05/2012    

    How did I not think of that?? Guess what I’m doing to my Bonneville in about 5 minutes?

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