Scottoiler: where to place the nozzle?

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Scottoiler: where to place the nozzle?

Post by Super Duke Antoine » Mon Jul 10, 2017 10:37 pm

Hi,

Just bought a Scottoiler (KTM version). I don't like the default postion of the nozzle.
Example comes from Scottoiler:

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Any better examples here on GT's?

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Re: Scottoiler: where to place the nozzle?

Post by Eddie » Tue Jul 11, 2017 12:31 am

Finally did mine yesterday. It's only taken ~11 months, no point rushing these things …

I haven't got a picture of mine handy, and I can't be arsed going out to the garage at this time of night.

Compared to Scottoiler's picture:
  • My bracket is more bent over
  • Wider plastic bit is further down the bracket
  • Nozzle is much longer
The end result is that mine is further round the sprocket, somewhere below 8 o'clock, rather than the 9:30-ish shown in that picture.

I'll get a photo tomorrow, if I remember …
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Re: Scottoiler: where to place the nozzle?

Post by Super Duke Antoine » Fri Jul 14, 2017 3:03 pm

I installed mine yesterday. It cost me about two hours, mainly caused by the new position of the nozzle. I didn't like the default location. I've placed the nozzle above the front wheel of the chain. This location hides the nozzle, keeps it clean and is less like to spread the oil everywhere as the nozzle is tight fitted to the drop location. I took some pictures:Image
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Remove the plastic cap.
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Mount the holder for the nozzle
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Nozzle attached
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Guide the hose of the nozzle and use a tire rip to secure the location above your chain.
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Tricky part, find the vacuum hose and use the splitter from Scottoiler.
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Attached the RVM to your frame.
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Results after driving in the rain.

You should set the prime on half. It's more then enough.

Hope this helps.


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