Hi I have just bought a Tutoro Automatic Oiler. I cant find a suitable place to fix the oiler to the bike on 2012 DL1000. I am wondering if the PDoiler is easy to fit. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
So what is the "goop" you place in the chain oiler that appeases the cheese cloth wearing green brigade--surely not a product from the petro chemical industry egad--just make sure it is adjusted well so I don't down on your residue.If you don't see the point, that's fine. Don't buy one. There's an entire industry filling aerosol cans with varieties of goop for you to put on your chain. Some of us do see something you obviously don't.
Mine is adjusted to leave as little mess as I can. Even if it was spitting oil it would still leave less residue than many cars, trucks, and buses, many thousands of which leave oil and fuel residue on the road daily. If the 100mL I go through over several thousand kilometres is enough to make you fear for your safety you need to grow a pair.So what is the "goop" you place in the chain oiler that appeases the cheese cloth wearing green brigade--surely not a product from the petro chemical industry egad--just make sure it is adjusted well so I don't down on your residue.
Fes,I have found a chain adjust is around a quarter turn on the keys which does not really amount to any movement on the marks you have suggested,100,000k is very prospective,if you are adjusting the chain often it is stretched and requires replacement,sprockets are cheap,don't do a nice new chain without nice new sprockets.Beastly: This will probably be the best purchase you'll do for your bike.
I use a different brand but it uses a very similar twin nozzle on sprocket device.
I bought the bike new and immediately installed it. I've done almost 28000k on it with 30% or so dirt. The chain has only needed adjusting 4 times and as you can see from the photo it really hasn't gone past the first mark. At this rate I'm hoping for at least 100,000k from a sprocket and chain set.
Money well invested imho...