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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.

7 Comments

  1. StingMP9's Gravatar StingMP9
    05/30/2012    

    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
        06/05/2012    

        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
      05/30/2012    

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

  2. Nick's Gravatar Nick
    06/01/2012    

    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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