I use the Honda chrome moly paste to put a thin film on the sprocket teeth on both sprockets and on the inside of the drive sprocket where it slides over the output shaft.
I believe that stuff is no longer available under the Honda brand.
I also used that stuff as a lube for the teeth on the final drive to wheel interface on my c-10 Connie. Very little wear showing at 230k miles. The stuff works and is excellent for high pressure metal gear contact areas.
Yeah, if you want true ram air tuning, you better be willing to ram some air! (SteveinSunnyFlorida)
'99 Concours(with 234,xxx miles on it), sold
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And most of Canada too, eh?