2021 Red-neck Edition RMAX2 XT-R
I'm running greaseless on a new Weller Racing sheave (DRY) and UTV 22g weights with 5th Gen sliders. Just did a 10 mile romp and everything seems fine. Doing a 100 miler this weekend. News @11.Greaseless only applies to the primary sheave in the roller cavity. So originally before the RMAX, Hunterworks sold a primary sheave that had the dry lube applied to the entire inside of the sheave. Weller Racing does not support greaseless in the primary and thus no coating and Hunterworks is slowly moving away from Yamaha clutching and has never made an RMAX sheave.
I WISH UTVEngineering made a spray that I could coat the inside of my RMAX sheave and cam plate with because it greatly reduces dust build up. The HV rollers have the dry lube coating applied and that transfers to the roller channels, but I still prefered to have BOTH the rollers and sheave treated.
I am not personally convinced that the dry lube transference from the rollers to the roller channel is as good as having the roller channel treated directly, but that's why my nickname is 'MassiveOverkill'
I smear a light coating of TS in my roller channels and then treat it like a wax. I'll spray the other areas inside my sheave with Liquid Wrench's dry lube with Cerflon (no this is not as good as Tinkseal).
This what my anal-retentive nature has to do. I respect Weller Racing's decision not to support greaseless simply because all it takes is a few slow speed riders in dusty conditions to complain about chirping belts and why take the risk?