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Generally road side mechanics don't have the least knowledge and do their own way. Any unwanted noise if comes from drive chain they think it is due to worn out chain or chain sprockets, or may be the chain lock. They lube the chain with old used mobil. Making things more difficult. If you take some simple steps as I have written in my article it will give you an awesome biking experience.

Things required: 1. A bottle of 500 ml diesel or any low solvent oil, like kerosene                           2. A used toothbrush                                   3. A can                                                                 4. Clean cotton cloth.                                    5 Motul Chain lube C-2                             6. Hand wrench no.10 1. A bottle of 500 ml diesel or any low solvent oil, like kerosene                           2. A used toothbrush                                   3. A can                                                                 4. Clean cotton cloth.                                    5 Motul Chain lube C-2                             6. Hand wrench no.10
  • Things required:

  • 1. A bottle of 500 ml diesel or any low solvent oil, like kerosene 2. A used toothbrush 3. A can 4. Clean cotton cloth. 5 Motul Chain lube C-2 6. Hand wrench no.10

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1.    Keep the motorcycle in centre stand. 2.    Unscrew the two screws of Chain Cover and remove the cover. 3.    Pour some quantity of diesel to a clean container. 4.    Dip the toothbrush in diesel. 5.    Start brushing the rollers and both sides of the chain thoroughly while rotating the rear tyre slowly. 6.    Once done wipe the chain with the cotton cloth. 1.    Keep the motorcycle in centre stand. 2.    Unscrew the two screws of Chain Cover and remove the cover. 3.    Pour some quantity of diesel to a clean container. 4.    Dip the toothbrush in diesel. 5.    Start brushing the rollers and both sides of the chain thoroughly while rotating the rear tyre slowly. 6.    Once done wipe the chain with the cotton cloth. 1.    Keep the motorcycle in centre stand. 2.    Unscrew the two screws of Chain Cover and remove the cover. 3.    Pour some quantity of diesel to a clean container. 4.    Dip the toothbrush in diesel. 5.    Start brushing the rollers and both sides of the chain thoroughly while rotating the rear tyre slowly. 6.    Once done wipe the chain with the cotton cloth.
  • 1. Keep the motorcycle in centre stand. 2. Unscrew the two screws of Chain Cover and remove the cover. 3. Pour some quantity of diesel to a clean container. 4. Dip the toothbrush in diesel. 5. Start brushing the rollers and both sides of the chain thoroughly while rotating the rear tyre slowly. 6. Once done wipe the chain with the cotton cloth.

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7.    Now spray the Motul Chain lube C-2 from a close distance while rotating the rear tyre slowly. 8.    Wait for 10 minutes. 9.    Put the Chain Cover in appropriate position and tight the screws. 7.    Now spray the Motul Chain lube C-2 from a close distance while rotating the rear tyre slowly. 8.    Wait for 10 minutes. 9.    Put the Chain Cover in appropriate position and tight the screws.
  • 7. Now spray the Motul Chain lube C-2 from a close distance while rotating the rear tyre slowly. 8. Wait for 10 minutes. 9. Put the Chain Cover in appropriate position and tight the screws.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Two points, why Diesel SHOUDN'T be used! First: The Diesel will attack the seals between the rings of the chain, wich prevent the lifetime grease filling to come out (same thing with Kerosine, Petroleum, Gasoline and high concentrations of any alcohol). If the Grease filling already came out, the chain is still useable, but it will wear out very fast. Second point is that the Diesel (which is pretty toxic and harmful to animals and humans) goes on the street and the next rain will take it in the nature. So DON'T use it! Don't wanna make advertisement, but I'm using the products from GreenOil, wich are 100% plant based and completely Biodegradable (http://www.green-oil.net). If you don't wanna take this, use something wich is declared as a special motorcycle chain cleaning product and compatible with O-,X-,W-Chains (probably Motul has one of these in their programs).

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