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SCOTTOILER Mk7 UNIVERSAL KIT - £49.99 @ M&P
SCOTTOILER Mk7 UNIVERSAL KIT - £49.99 @ M&P

SCOTTOILER Mk7 UNIVERSAL KIT - £49.99 @ M&P

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Features:
Simple installation
Increases chain life by up to 7 times
Improves performance
Fits all bikes including fuel injected bikes
Reduces maintenance
For on and off road bikes
Suits all types of chain including O ring

Revised design for improved summer and winter operation. The oil dispensing assembly can be bolted to the end, or glued to the underside of the swing arm and gives range of approximately 500 - 1,000 miles between refilling the RMV depending on the weather. The kit includes universal fittings and 500ml bottle of Scottoil (enough for approximately 5,000 miles). The Universal Kit over the past year or so has had over 20 technical improvements, Dynojet T100 testing and extensive retooling.

9 Comments

Price in the title pls...

Scottoilers are great, but me personally I prefer a liberal spray of WD40 & a quick rubdown.
But I have an R1 not a tourer.

AFAIK O & X ring chains have lubrication built in so prevent any externally used lubricants penetrating. Might make the teeth on your sprockets last a bit longer though.

I actually met and had a very interesting chat with Fraser Scott owner of Scottoiler last Thursday. He was on his motorbike which was equipped with about seven or eight Scottoilers that he was testing himself. There is a new electronic one about to come on the market. He was very enthusiastic about it.

A friend also has a Scottoiler on his bike and he is full of praises for it.

Original Poster

best thing out for us lazy types,

just fill it up once a year (only do about 4,000 miles a year) and thats the chain taken care of

Mate a bike courier and used to get through chain and sprocket set every year, fitted Scottoiler 3 years ago and not had chain or sprocket set fitted since and thats a saving of £300.00 and thats him fitting it himself so you can double it if using dealer.

mmmmm £50.00 or £300 - £600 no brainer lol

jonnye;6659314

just fill it up once a year (only do about 4,000 miles a year) and thats … just fill it up once a year (only do about 4,000 miles a year) and thats the chain taken care ofmmmmm £50.00 or £300 - £600 no brainer lol



How long do your chain & sprockets last?

Mine have done 15000 miles on an R1 with minimal stretch or wear.

IMHO If you ain't a courier you don't need one.

My chain & sprockets will be replaced at 20,000 miles regardless. If you believe that O & X rings prevent anything getting in,or out, then external lube is meaningless apart than perhaps a little teeth wear.

I agree with having a chain oiler, but the electronic ones keep 'splashing it on' right up to when you stop so you end up with a oil slick on your drive / garage floor.

I fitted a manual (Loobman??) one about three years ago which cost £16. Chain is lubed, lasts longer and no grotesque puddles of oil :thumbsup:

Very good price

Great piece of kit, well recommended if you ride all year round :thumbsup:

Original Poster

TheBiker;6659559

How long do your chain & sprockets last?Mine have done 15000 miles on an … How long do your chain & sprockets last?Mine have done 15000 miles on an R1 with minimal stretch or wear.IMHO If you ain't a courier you don't need one.My chain & sprockets will be replaced at 20,000 miles regardless. If you believe that O & X rings prevent anything getting in,or out, then external lube is meaningless apart than perhaps a little teeth wear.



Its down to your riding style, conditions, and how clean you keep it my ZX6R lasted 10k
fitted a scottoiler on my SV1000 when got it with 6000 on it and chains on 21k now and looks like new
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