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 Post subject: Tutoro chain oiler
PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 10:44 pm 
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Installing a Tutoro chain oiler from Adventure tech. I'll try to post a review after a few test rides. Was hoping to use the upper chain roller hole for a mount but couldn't get the friggin locktited screw out. Mounted pretty nicely anyway to the square downtube. Sorry no pics, I'm not all up on tech. Obviously. :bang:

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 Post subject: Re: Tutoro chain oiler
PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 9:32 am 
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willitrun wrote:
Installing a Tutoro chain oiler from Adventure tech. I'll try to post a review after a few test rides. Was hoping to use the upper chain roller hole for a mount but couldn't get the friggin locktited screw out. Mounted pretty nicely anyway to the square downtube. Sorry no pics, I'm not all up on tech. Obviously. :bang:

Probably just as well you didn't mount anything on the upper chain roller boss since the chain passes near it under suspension compression. I wouldn't even want a bolt head sticking out much less an additional item.

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 Post subject: Re: Tutoro chain oiler
PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 6:20 pm 
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It feels like I read that once before..

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2013 DR650,
Windscreen (generic)
2" Rox Bar risers,
Peg brackets, down and back,
Happy trails SU rack with 40mm ammo cans bolted up,
Headlight guard,
Skunk tool tube,
Shimmed needle, drilled slide, de-snorkled,
Acerbis 5.3,
Acerbis skid plate,
Seat concepts commuter DIY,
SS brake lines,
Anzo LED auxillary lights,
JNS aux light mount,
Bridgestone Trailwings 22/21


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 Post subject: Re: Tutoro chain oiler
PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 6:20 pm 
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Location: Greeneville, Tennessee South Easts Black hole of no return....
It feels like I read that once before...

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2013 DR650,
Windscreen (generic)
2" Rox Bar risers,
Peg brackets, down and back,
Happy trails SU rack with 40mm ammo cans bolted up,
Headlight guard,
Skunk tool tube,
Shimmed needle, drilled slide, de-snorkled,
Acerbis 5.3,
Acerbis skid plate,
Seat concepts commuter DIY,
SS brake lines,
Anzo LED auxillary lights,
JNS aux light mount,
Bridgestone Trailwings 22/21


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 Post subject: Re: Tutoro chain oiler
PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 10:03 pm 
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Location: Western Kentucky
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LOL! x2.
Rode 40 miles after I got everything just like I wanted it.
Started with a clean, dry chain and sprocket. Cleaned the rim too.
3/4 turn open had the chain lightly oiled when I returned.
Cut it down to 1/2 turn and re routed a bit of tubing.


Not going to take much oil. Half full oiler run 1500 miles is my guess.
Barely feeding any oil to sprocket. It's going to vary with speed and road conditions,
and I'm going dry chain before I grease up the rim. So far so good.

Pretty nice kit. If I like it, I'm going to use it on a new Vstrom or Africa Twin DCT.
Wife says keep the DR, so I'll be lurking here for sometime to come.
Don't post much anymore, but visit every night!

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