When I bought my @ it had a Scottoiler fitted already, the previous owner had fitted it in the little storage area next to the battery, given that storage space is at a premium I had always planned on moving it to a different location and I'm now on my second attempt at finding the perfect place but I'm still not happy with it.
The first place that I moved it to was under the panel on the L/H side, this was not a good place as to make adjustments to the flow I had to remove the panel (doh!)
The place that I've fitted it today can be seen in this photo here---¬
OK, not the neatest use of Sugru and cable ties but if I keep it here permanently I'll rig up something a bit better if I keep it here, what I'm not happy with is the hose from the reservoir looking messy, It has to go this side of the frame so as to make sure that it misses the chain. The Scottoiler website has a several ideas on where to put it (http://www.scottoiler.com/images/sto...ns_general.pdf) and there are some possibilities but it's entirely possible that a member has found the killer location which is one of the reasons for this post. I don't want to fit if anywhere where it'll be in a direct line for all the crud from the wheel and it's got to be easy to get at to fill it up, any idea's folks?
On another chain lube matter, I wasn't happy with the quality of the lubing that I was getting from my single Scottoiler nozzle, my problem was that one side of the chain was getting lubed but the other was too dry, the Scottoiler twin feed nozzle is quite expensive at £25 so I looked at the Tutoro twin feed nozzle at a fiver, It's got to be said that the twin feed kit from Scottoiler is a comprehensive kit of parts whereas the Tutoro jobbie is just a twin feed nozzle with nothing else supplied at all but being a tightwad that is what I bought.
To do a ghetto Tutoro TFN/Scottoiler hybrid is quite easy and this is how I did it: First of all you'll need to have a few bits and bobs around and what I used was a bit of bright mild steel plate a few Cm long and I enlarged the hole that was already in it so that I could mount it underneath the plastic chain guard on the swingarm, I then bent it into position and then fitted the delivery hose from the reservoir with the twin nozzle fitted into the end of the hose in the place that allowed the twin nozzles to contact the chainwheel and then just bent the end of the steel plate over the hose to keep it in position, yes, it was a bit of a faff but I saved £20!
Here's a picture showing the twin nozzles and the steel plate fitted to the chainguard
And here's another showing the steel plate fitted behind the nearest bolt on the chainguard
If it starts to rust then I'll make one out of alloy but this was all that I had to hand at the time.
Anyhow, I suppose I should have done a search before posting this question but there is stuff other than a question contained which some may find useful...