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Chain lubricant What Chain wax should I use? Is there anything in Halfords that is suitable? when I looked there only seemed to be one chain lubricant which was a spray. I presumed that i'd be able to get something which wasn't an areosol? or is this the norm?

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I use and recommend Silikolene Chain Lube. I fly Husky TE410 (45KM) in off-road/cross country.
You can find it:
http://www.silkolene.com/ - in the: Products / Maitain / MOTORCYCLE CHAIN LUBE
There is also chain cleaner. I have no idea what for.

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Most are spray mate but I have used chainsaw oil in the past its very good easy to clean off if it flings and I just used to put it on the chain with an old paint brush.,,,

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Howzit everyone. I have a "small" issue with my FZR 400R Deltabox Exup. So it doesn't want to idle properly(the moment I reduce the idle speed to any point below 3000rpm it continues to drop and dies) and also revving the bike it bogs around 6000rpm doesn't go any higher. When restricting the airflow through the airbox it revs better(all the way to 14k rpm) but still doesn't want to idle as the revs then hang on it's way down. I suspected this was all caused by an air leak somewhere, sprayed some quick start on the boots between the carbs and the intake as well as between the airbox and the carbs with no jump in the revs. Nevertheless I sealed the boots just to make sure they aren't the problem. I then stripped the carb and cleaned it properly, put everything back together, sorted out their syncing and reset the mixture screws to 3.5 turns out(which sounds a bit far out, but thats what the manual said-since then I've tried everything from 0.5 to 4 turns out with no significant effect). Then the cylinder started acting up(not firings- a different cylinder about every third time the bike was started) I then replaced the spark plugs with new ones(NGK cr9ek as per the manual) after that cylinder 1,2 and 3 was firing, but 4 was still dead. I Replaced the coil, leads and caps, still not firing. I checked the compression, which was fine, I checked the valve clearance (cylinder 4 the one intake valve was way out of spec, so i replaced the shim), still not firing. I've got no idea what else could be the problem or what to check next. PS. When i pulled the spark plugs(both new and old) they where burnt black so I'm not sure if my jetting could be out of spec perhaps?

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