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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

Last try....

I fitted one of these to the bike at the week-end.....

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

just needed...

to cut into vacuum pipe and insert the t piece and vacuum pick up.

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

then run...

the pipe up the wiring harness and out the back.

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

trim to length...

ready to insert into the top of the dispenser, then fit the oil tube to the injector nozzle and run it down the frame to the twin nozzle dispenser (an extra bit of kit).

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

bolt the unit...

onto the mudguard using the supplied nuts,bolts and washers. and fill the tank and the dispenser with the supplied oil. This unit is not compatible with my bike as you can see it's a tight fit under that light,but I didn't know this until I ordered it and then had a look at fitting instructions on their website....so I had to chop it about a bit to make it fit.

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

on the bottom of the box....

it all comes in there is a template for drilling the number plate to fit onto the tank. It all seems to be working fine and seeing as it cleans and lubes it should mean I don't have to keep taking the sprocket cover off to clean the gunge out.

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slider72

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slider72 says:

evening oldish

a worthy addition with miles you do me think.

hows you? i've been off here for quite a while, off out on the bike sunday(weather permitting as i'm a softy) which will be the first proper ride since june 2010, heading down towards tintern abbey & servern beach.
any trips planned north wales way?

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barksy

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barksy says:

Scottoiler

Nice one mate..best thing you can do for your bike..You will also find that you don't have to adjust the chain as much,as there is a hell of a less wear on it. They work great!..setting them up is usually easy too, but beware that until you have, be prepared to get oil spills on your drive or anywhere when you stop if it is putting too much oil on...usually from the drive sprocket case where it accumulates..but when it's set up make a mark on the adjuster for your reference.

Be careful out there!

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

slider.....

nice to see you back....hopefully there will be a Ponderosa (and beyond) meet sometime this Year...barksy, definitely smoother running,which was the main reason I fitted one....used to get a bit 'tuggy' after a decent distance ride out,  hopefully this will keep it smooth over the whole distance. Got it set up to drip once every minute (twin nozzle).

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stevebaldy

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stevebaldy says:

.....'a tight fit'

..you aint kidding!...time well spent though!   :smile

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used2bfast

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used2bfast says:

Oldish

had em' for years, but they run a bit fast when its hot...and slower when its cold.still a good bit of kit!

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