SCOTTOILER eSYSTEM v3.1
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Scottoiler eSystem Automatic Motorcycle Chain Oiler
What does the eSystem motorcycle chain lubrication system from Scottoiler do?
- Increases the life of your chain & sprockets by up to 7 times
- Fits easily & quickly to your bike
- Gives the user ultimate control over flow rate
- Improves performance
- Significantly reduces the need for motorcycle chain maintenance
- Saves you time, money and hassle
The eSystem is our award winning, premium motorcycle chain lubrication system and the flagship model from Scottoiler. Voted MCN Product of the Year 2009 (Accessory) its fantastic technical features, ease of installation and on the road performance combine to create the most advanced motorcycle chain maintenance tool we have ever developed.
The eSystem is an electronically pumped motorcycle chain oiler requiring only a small power feed from the battery to operate. It can be installed to most bikes in under an hour by connecting the wiring loom to the battery; this plug and play connectivity means the eSystem is the easiest electronic motorcycle chain oiler ever developed. Unlike some other products there is no complicated wiring or tapping into speedometers or switches.
The eSystem is designed to give the rider maximum flexibility and adjustability of their flow rate and allows for simple, one-touch changes to adjust the rate to suit conditions. Therefore the eSystem puts the rider in control and provides simple, intuitive means to dynamically adjust the rate to suit your needs.
The eSystem senses vibration and movement with a triple axis accelerometer, using technology derived from MotoGP. It will sense when the engine is running and power on, then once moving – even at constant motorway cruising speeds – the sensor will monitor engine vibrations and trigger the eSystem’s oiling mode. The system displays this information on the screen along with the flow rate, temperature in Celsius, and oil level alongside the accelerometer readout in ‘G’.