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post #10 of (permalink) Old 08-25-2018, 03:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Onuro View Post
It was just my experience from our shop where we wash and detail motorcycles. The bikes having Scottoiler had insame amount of sticky dirt on their rear wheels and front sprockets. Maybe it was just the owners' lazyness and not much to do with the scottoilers but that was mostly the case for us.

I rather use non-fling chain lubes (putoline tech chain or muc off xtreme lube) on MV since somehow TV itself is more prone to flinging chain lube everywhere compared to other bikes I had.

I did used Scottoiler on my previous bikes, and maintained them clean. It's easy to do, and it also allows to do regular checks. Not everyone does that.
Now the key advantage is that I do not need to care about the chain during the week-ends of long rides, and that whatever the weather (and I won't even mention the time I win for the drinks before the dinner :-D)

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