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    thinking about getting a scottoiler

    Has anyone mounted this onto the bike?
    Were would you put it out of sight, but easy refilling.

    #2
    ive always wanted one of thoes but i could never see me putting on on my bike..
    especially now that ive stripped it all down to the bare minimums..

    edit:

    look here.. theres some pics for VFRs and a "single sided swingarm" install.
    http://www.scottoiler.com/support_in...ion-guides.asp

    that should give ya an idea of how it'll look on a hawk.
    if it was me, id run it off the rear carb balance port.

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      #3
      Re: thinking about getting a scottoiler

      Originally Posted by HypnoToad
      Has anyone mounted this onto the bike?
      Were would you put it out of sight, but easy refilling.
      Small paint brush , motor Oil 90 W and lots of patience will do it much cheaper .To be honest I have bought this chain lube


      It is supposed to be :

      # Clearer, strengthened with Teflon ᆴ, special lubricant with extreme adherence for all, especially X-ring and O-ring motorcycle chains.
      # For optimum chain maintenance and clean rims.
      # Extremely resistant to spin, waterproof and stable to temperature.

      Tried it only once and the chain looks oily enough after 200 km . I 'll you more as soon as I finish with the W90 oil , get rid of the bottle ,and start using the Motorex product . I uesd to lub the chain with an AGIP lubricant , which was green and sticked to the chain as gum . Unfortunatelly it also sticked to the chain protector and made a mess . So I gave it up



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        #4
        IIRC, Alex Cohen has had one on his bros for ages. He lurks on the UK list...

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