Had my new bike with Veloce 10s off the road this winter for strip, regrease and rebuild. After doing quite a bit of reading, decided that Phil Wood grease would not get the nod and instead I would opt for Mobil1 grease and am glad I did. My bike which has only one season on it really rolls on the stuff. Pulled the Campy front and rear Veloce hubs apart for repacking. The original factory grease was still perfect but I wanted to repack with fresh Mobil1. My freehub had gotten real loud by end of summer and was loud to begin with from the factory. I repacked the pawls back there suspecting that original grease was spent. Disassemblying the rear hub however revealed this not to be the case...there was still a fair measure of orginal grease on the pawls, springs and corresponding rachets of the I.D...have a look at the pic. Cleaned everything thoroughly and regreased with a light coating of Mobil1 and using the Brandford wire pawl retainer...back together. An unanticipated "major" reduction in hub pawl noise which is still sustained after my first long ride of the year. My Campy rear hub is now barely audible...surprising. The bike rolls with Mobil1 now forever... placebo?
Thought I would pass this tip about Mobil 1 grease along.