Filters particles down to 4 microns (~8x smaller): compared
to 30 microns for paper filters
Decreases silicon (dirt) in your oil by ~50%... which means
roughly a 100% increase in engine life.
Is ~24% less restrictive (flows more)
Is ideal for the VERY worst muddy, dirty and dusty
environments (it keeps working and doesn't clog)
Needs very little maintenance (keeps working even if you
don't clean it)
N.B. Unifilter air filters performed better than all other
filters tested (including foam) e.g. Unifilter filter oil remained distributed
throughout the filter no matter how long we left the filter in and didn't turn
to grease after prolonged use. UniFilter also removed significantly more dirt
than some other foam filters e.g. Pipercross
Typically a good chain oiler will at least double the
lifespan of a chain and sprocket set.
Xcelplus added to your chain oil (via your chain oiler) is
roughly twice as effective as a chain oiler alone: Check out the testimonial in
which a 520 o-ring chain on an XT600 lasted 57,777 km (~5x longer than normal)
after Xcelplus treatment.
What destroys your chain and sprockets is a lack of
lubrication. A chain oiler improves lubrication greatly but Xcelplus being an
extremely durable metal treatment is the only thing that can provide lubrication
at all times. Being even more slippery than the oil it is used with.
N.B. It's not till the o-ring starts to wear (~2/3 of
lifespan) that the Xcelplus can penetrate and coat the pin around which the
chain pivots ...where the bulk of the friction occurs. Once Xcelplus coats the
pin the chain and sprocket noise noticeably decreases.
It only takes ~1 mL of Xcelplus added to the chain oil to
treat the chain.
You save money on chain oil when you use Xcelplus because you
don't need as much. The bike is also cleaner because there is less oil spatter.
Xcelplus works best with a chain oiler... as it takes
persistent dripping of the lubricant onto the chain to penetrate to the pin and
Xcelplus Gear Treatment is ideal for use with a chain oiler.
As Xcelplus is not an oil it does not affect the chain lubricant you use.
Scottoilers are particularly robust and relatively easy to