Read these instructions carefully before performing any of the above actions.
Follow these instructions at your own peril.
Instructions for installing a ScottOiler on Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird
From the Scottoiler Mk 7 Universal fitting kit you will need the following
(numbers shown refer to the item numbers on the last page of the fitting
 Reservoir Metering Valve (RMV)
 Filler plug
 Vacuum tube
 Tee connector
 Breather tube
 Tie wraps (cable ties)
 RMV Mounting cradle
 Dispenser Mounting Sleeves (2)
 Delivery Tubing
 Dispenser assembly (with injector)
 500ml Scottoil
 Filling/priming Tube
I chose to mount the oiler on the left hand side of the bike, behind the
tailpeice fairing just below the left helmet holder. The most suitable
mounting method was using the black plastic mounting cradle - designed
for mounting on tube frame.
Remove the fairing from the tailpiece. Mount the RMV on the Mounting
cradle and use cable ties to mount it securely on the subframe with the
filler hole as close as possible to vertical, but ensuring the flow adjuster
knob can be turned without interference..
I chose to mount the oil dispenser initially with cable ties rather than
glue, until I'm satisfied I have the best setup. Starting at the
swingarm end I slipped the dispenser mounting sleeves over the dispenser
delivery tube at the points where the cable ties were tightened to provide
Thread the remainder of the delivery tube back up to RMV. Initially
I have routed mine around the swing arm, behind my registration label holder
and along the subframe to the RMV. However I believe that relocating
the route to run behind the swingarm and will avoid any chance of the tubing
being burned or melted by a hot exhaust and will also remove it further
You will need a short lenth of the delivery tubing (2cm) to connect the
vacuum hose to the tee connector. Do this before installing the tee
connector to the bike and use a match to shrink the tubing over the vacuum
hose supplied in the kit.
Next you must lift the rear of the tank to expose the undertank area to
locate a vacuum tube. I have indicated it with arrows in the following
photograph. Cut this tube approximately half way along it's length
using a sharp knife or scissors and connect each of the cut ends ot the
Route the vacuum tube back to the RMV ensuring it doesn't get pinched under
the tank. I shared the cable ties which hold the delivery tube in
place to carry the vacuum tube also.
Connect the delivery tube to the RMV (I have not cut mine to the correct
length till I'm completely satisfied that this setup works well) and the
vacuum tube to the RMV.
After filling and priming the oiler according to the instruction manual
connect the filler plug and breather pipe and thread the breather throughthe
subframe ensuring it remains above higher than the RMV.
Now for the most difficult part of the installation, getting the delivery
injector aligned to the chain to deliver oil at the best position is a
matter of trial and error. I found that going for a ride and stopping
every few km to check the alignment of the injector and the oil delivery
rate was the best way to get it sorted out. Because the RMV is mounted
above the frame handle on the bike, the oil delivery rate can be adjusted
without the seat needing to be removed.
Feel free to email me with any
comments or questions.
Disclaimer: Read these instructions carefully before performing
any of the above actions. Follow these instructions at your own peril.