think i will try it as the tube was blocked at the back wheel and the wheel was getting covered in oil when it did work. also i broke the pipe work taking it off! thats the main reason i want to do it now.:banghead:
i have a Pro-oiler (similar effect it oils the chain)
But i have it mounted so that it drips onto the top of the rear sprocket, keeping the swinging arm clear for my padock stand.
Just thought i'd mention this incase you hadn't thought of mounting it, in this position.
mmm, been here before as per the link to Phils page.
Thing is, I had the thing mounted nice and tidy dripping onto the inside of the chain at the front and it went all over the cat, swinarm, shock and possibly rear wheel so mounted it on the rear as per manu instructions (also after a chat with the manu at a show).
However, im gettin fairly peeved with cleaning the number plate, wheel rim, under cowl, panniers and inner chain guard.
Is it working better?
Debatable as the dealer was adjusting the chain every servce for me before and this time round its been me. Hence, first C&S was 17k, second was 10k. I do think its more my c##p adjusting. So no proof it was due to the move of the oiler location at the same time as chain change.
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