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Offline hawaiianbrian

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Scottoiler
« on: April 10, 2018, 06:16:09 AM »
I have never had one of these before so I am finally trying one. Fitment was fairly easy. I tried to rout inside more but the CAT melted the lines so I had tyo bring the line further out. This is the MTS Vacuum kit which cost me 5700 baht or about $183 USD. Anyhow the jury is still out on this, let me go on a trip and I'll let you know how it does.


Offline Conman

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Re: Scottoiler
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2018, 08:45:30 AM »
That looks neat. They fitted mine, and I've mostly seen others, on the other side which gives the tubing a terrible route to the chain. I've already had one airlock  :013: I think I might re-do mine like yours.
If I knew what I was doing I would probably stop doing it.

Offline Jcastellvi

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Re: Scottoiler
« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2018, 06:33:31 PM »
Ive made my own Scottoiler and it works superb.

I have to make the tutorial about how to make it but i can give you a few conseils.

Scottoiler is "cheap", well a 150 in Spain... Ive made mine for 50 and the oil is so much cheaper.

You only need.

Time --> 2H
Material --> Pneumatic stuff as --> 1 caudalimeter, 1 electro-valve, wiring, 1 interruptor (in case it lubircates too much, wich actually does) and 3mm tube and you will have to do only 2 holes to the bike.

Mine works so well that a close friend asked me to install it on his BMW GSA800 and is as happy as I am. the transmission has 25000km on my Multi 950 and is in quite good shape. Almost 75% of the Km I do is with my wife and panniers... and riding not ultra fast... but fast enough.

I will post some pictures about it.

Sorry for my English.

Online buzzardbilly

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Re: Scottoiler
« Reply #3 on: April 13, 2018, 07:06:39 PM »
I am still a great fan of the Cobrra Nemo oiler (as recommended to me by by thenozzle ) - relatively inexpensive, foolproof , easier to fit than other oilers  and a very neat fit

Online Murf46

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Re: Scottoiler
« Reply #4 on: April 13, 2018, 07:30:56 PM »
I still think the Tutoro  Automatic Motorcycle Chain Oiler is the simple solution to auto oiling

I have had mine on three different bikes never had a problem easy to set up



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