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Old 12-10-2012, 03:54 PM   #1
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Installing a Scott Oiler (auto chain oiler)

Im riding in these winter months and dont want to get cheap run about....I still love riding the bike in the ice and rain, and choose it over the car which only goes on the shopping run, however water and road salt is making chain cleaning an almost daily event...it will show signs of rust after only one or two rides on the outer links, and its doing my head in

I know they are not too common in the US, and certainly not common on sport bikes, but has anyone tucked a Scott Oiler away nice and tidily on a CBR600RR?

Not sure if theres enough space, but Id love any feedback and pictures if you have done it.

I dont need to hear the FUD about oil over the tyres etc. Im sure there are a few horror storries, but im sure there are just as many with people manually cleaning and waxing.

http://www.scottoiler.com/uk/vsystem/vsystem.html

I cant find dimensions of the device which doesnt help me much lol

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Old 12-10-2012, 04:39 PM   #2
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If you look under the specific tabs on the top of the page for the VSystem or the ESystem, it gives you the dimensions.


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Old 12-10-2012, 04:56 PM   #3
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http://www.scottoiler.com/uk/vsystem/how-it-works.html

Cheers, I knew it had too be there somewhere :) Now to make a template and see if I can squeeze it under either seat, under the rear, or in a fairing :)
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