What about the cables? Can't use chain wax for the cables, can I?You don't have to (and in fact can't) lubricate the internals of the chain. It's permanently greased, O-rings hold the grease in. Externally chain wax provides all the lubrication the side plates and rollers need. Cleaner, too.
Maxima makes a good chain wax.
I just got a can of the Chain Guard stuff because the store I get my lube from no longer carries PJ1 blue label. I hope it works as well. The PJ1 was pretty darn good against fling.I use Maxima Chain Guard and it works awesome, much better than PJ1 and a couple others I've tried. It doesn't fling much at all and it's easy to clean off anything it gets on, but it keeps the chain nice and waxed.
I just thought the PJ1 was too thick. It gunked up my swingarm and inside the front sprocket cover pretty bad. It just acted like glue and picked up anything that came near it. The Maxima is much lighter and easier to clean off other parts but still keeps the chain looking great.I just got a can of the Chain Guard stuff because the store I get my lube from no longer carries PJ1 blue label. I hope it works as well. The PJ1 was pretty darn good against fling.