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UltraKilla Tuesday, January 2nd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Dow-Southern PB slick- Dye Slick lube-Slick Honey(slickoleum)
Marker Setup: Red Proto
Lucky bolt and bolt guide
Tadeo board
Dye Ultralyte
Halo Angry Board
Strengths: Good Lube
Readily available
Weaknesses: Does'nt last long
frequent applications
Review: Good lube for everyday use. Very slick and not to thick as to cause restriction. Dye lube does not bond well enough to the bolt in Matrix's so it must be applied often, regardless of what anyone says it does not harm o-rings, only urethane orings have any trouble with lube (clear o-rings). Slick Honey is better only because its very slick and bonds better to surface of bolt. Matrix's need constant attention so any lube you use will have a short lifespan versus any other marker(except shocker) no Lpr on- shocker so more force is applied to the bolt, matrix owners are always trying to lower the LPR and thats were they get in trouble. Good lube you just need to use it often. Slick honey is better .
Conclusion: Good product(above average) affordable, easy to get
8 out of 10

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