I bought an F650GS a few weeks ago which is fitted with a Scott oiler. Can anyone tell me please where the best place to buy lubricant to refill the oiler or should I just send off to the manufacturer? I am in Brighton.
I noticed from a previous discussion that a member had bought a Loobman chain oiler, which looks tempting from the website and the price is good! I was going for the Scottoiler, but have any other forum members any thoughts? My bike lives in Spain and is used in fairly dusty conditions, both on...
Hi All, I just purchased a chain oiler from Loobman for only £15.99.
it looks like a good and cheaper alternative to a scott oiler
Also just done some research and have pushed the boat out for a 'Odyssey PC 310' battery, a bit expensive but I'm hoping it will stop...
A bloke at work has made a chain oiler out of a push soap dispenser bottle a length of clear tubing and a y connecter from a car window wash.
He has strapped it to the frame with cable ties and presses it once about every 50 miles. the tube has a breather on it utilising the y connecter he has...
Anyone fitted a loobman oiler to a Dakar.
There's some great pics on this thread on mounting one on a GS:
On my Dakar, there is a Silver cylindrical object in the place where the oiler has been mounted on those pics.
Anyone any ideas where...
I'm a bit reluctant to drill into the manifold and fit the spiggot as suggested which makes me ask this question. Aren't there any breather pipes there with enough vacuum to activate the Scott Oiler? On lots of singles there are rubber pipes that you just cut and insert a 'T' piece. I have seen...
Just for the record for anyone considering or interested a chain oiler. I just bought and installed a Pro-Oiler kit. www.pro-oiler.com (I am not connected with them). It's a high tech chain oiler that pumps tiny amounts of measured oil to the chain, governed by mileage (it taps into your speedo...
I have fitted a Scottolier to my Funduro and my 04 GS before and usually fitted it to the down tube of the frame to the ride side of the bike BUT cant do that with the Dakar
Any ideas where I can fit it to my Dakar as upright as possible !?!?!?!?!?!?
:not worthy: :help:
I currently have a Scott Oiler on my Funduro. Its mounted on the offside just under the lower faring panel ( the Y shaped grey plastic bit) I have just bought an 01 reg F650 GS and am about to mount a new Scott Oiler on that as well. The Scott oiler web site shows mounting it near...
I have just completed the very entertaining process of fitting the basic universal Scott Oiler kit to my F650.
A couple of points may assist other readers.
There is a model specific guide on the Scott Oiler site with photos. These should assist with mounting the oiler & tubing etc.
Hi to everyone. first time posting. Had 95 F650 for 2 yrs only just recently realised after looking into possibly changing the bike that the F650 range is still the best of the bunch . Has anyone used the loobman chain oiler system? as i am not to happy about fitting the vacuum connection with...
Just had a motrax chain oiler fitted by my local dealer. Wondering if anyone has this fitted, how do you check to see when oil top up is required and roughly how many miles you should be doing this??
I am about to place an order for a 2004 F650GS. My current bike is a R850R but after 7 years of use the F650GS just feels like more fun to be riding.
Question : What automatic chain oiler alternatives are there to the Scott oiler. ?
The reason I ask is drilling and glueing of the manifold...
Has anyone got any experience of the Loobman chain oiler? It looks good from their web site
......and for those with short arms and deep pockets it looks good value at under ?20.
......you might save enough to buy a bottle of Asda water to make a rear shock guard...
you may remember that I recently posted a message re my "too enthusiastic SO". This is just a quick note to say thanks to everybody who replied but in particularly Mark McCallum (Technical support at Scottoiler Ltd). Mark suggested to send the RMV in to have it re-conditioned at a price...