The only thing I can say is based on experience with the thermal imager.
When I first started using it I must say I was shocked at how hot the chain was running. After I fitted the scottoiler the chain no longer stood out when I was checking the rear tyre temp.
So, for such a marked reduction in heat, lubrication is achieving something.
The question is what effect does the haet have on the life of the chain and sprockets? Are there any performance gains to be had from the reduced friction. I can't say I've noticed a difference in fuel consumption, suggesting any performance gain is so small it's insignificant.
She's not an Italian supermodel
; they're high maintenance.
She's the cute Italian girl from school
you wish you kept in contact with...