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Old 08-10-2017, 05:01 AM Thread Starter
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Chain Oiler

Good day Guys,

Was wondering if any of You wish to or do have a point of view with the automatic chain oilers like

Tutoro, Scottoiler V-System and nemo or any of the othersbrand?

I am considering it as it seams a valuable option for Our rides, the only cons I see it is the esthetic but then again I never tried it.

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Old 08-10-2017, 06:46 AM
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We have the Tutoro on our Honda 300s and really like them and plan to put them on the G310 and G310GS when we get them.
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Old 08-10-2017, 07:15 AM
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There is a video of a guy installing a scott oiler on a g310r on youtube!

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Where does the mechanic connect the vacuum pipe to as the video is unclear where it connects to.
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Where does the mechanic connect the vacuum pipe to as the video is unclear where it connects to.


T piece onto the coolant return?
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T piece onto the coolant return?
That wouldn't work as the Scottoiler V system requires a constant vacuum connection when the engine is running.
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no, not the coolant return, the vacuum tube behind the coolant tank, he just loosened the tank to get to the vacuum tube.
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That wouldn't work as the Scottoiler V system requires a constant vacuum connection when the engine is running.
Theres a vacuum hose beside the coolant tank, he's cut that hose and put a Tee piece in.
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Old 08-13-2017, 03:48 AM
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Ah true, definitely can't leave out the fact we can tap into existing things like that. But I seen this happen on other forums as well, we're used to seeing this done with electricals but not so much engine stuff.
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Are the Scottoiler real only the one people are using?

@ Ruride: could You if it is convenient let us know more about Your experience? It must be good if You are willing to adapt them to Your new rides once You get them, but how to buy or even see the product please?

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