Thanks for reposting that link, been awhile since it showed up here.
Another good moly is Guard Dog moly:
Not sure how good their synthetic is. I know a few folks that spent the extra coin and use Krytox.
My local shop uses a moly made by Bel-ray.... Although I have not found a listing for it, I'm sure it will be fine until this spring when I check it. Not sure what I'll use, I'm leaning towards Krytox myself.
I may have already mentioned this, but when I bought my 06 FJR there were several folks reporting they did not use the right lube for the splines. (at least they used something..)
When I took my bike in for it's mandatory 600 mile service, I asked them to check the lube. The shop manager said that it was not something covered under the service plan, and I'd have to at least pay for the labor to remove the wheel and check the splines.
I countered with "if there is no lube in there or it is obviously not a moly, you guys should pay for it. If however it is lubed correctly...I will pay the labor costs" He agreed.
When I went in to pick up my bike, there was no labor charge for the line "check and lube driveshaft rear splines with moly paste if not present"
So, Kawasaki is not alone when it comes to missing the boat on moly.
Any bike that has shaft drive is susceptible to this and if your are not sure what's in there, walk away from your computer right now and go check......