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:offtopic: hei, may be irrelavant, but for the lazy ppl like me, can try the scottoiler available from Motoworld. It is the automatic lubrication device that helps to lube your chain when your bike is moving. Been using it for three years and it haven't fail me yet. A worthwhile investment indeed. I'm in no way Motoworld's saleman, just recommending something good for all to share, and guess that most have heard about this stuff. Just my 2 cents' worth.

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:offtopic: hei, may be irrelavant, but for the lazy ppl like me, can try the scottoiler available from Motoworld. It is the automatic lubrication device that helps to lube your chain when your bike is moving. Been using it for three years and it haven't fail me yet. A worthwhile investment indeed. I'm in no way Motoworld's saleman, just recommending something good for all to share, and guess that most have heard about this stuff. Just my 2 cents' worth.

 

Heard of this before from other posts, someone state its $150, its too expensive compare to a can of chain lube.. At least for me, i think its too expensive...

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:offtopic: hei, may be irrelavant, but for the lazy ppl like me, can try the scottoiler available from Motoworld. It is the automatic lubrication device that helps to lube your chain when your bike is moving. Been using it for three years and it haven't fail me yet. A worthwhile investment indeed. I'm in no way Motoworld's saleman, just recommending something good for all to share, and guess that most have heard about this stuff. Just my 2 cents' worth.

 

Heard of this before from other posts, someone state its $150, its too expensive compare to a can of chain lube.. At least for me, i think its too expensive...

 

it all goes down to how ya view it bro.......

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:offtopic: hei, may be irrelavant, but for the lazy ppl like me, can try the scottoiler available from Motoworld. It is the automatic lubrication device that helps to lube your chain when your bike is moving. Been using it for three years and it haven't fail me yet. A worthwhile investment indeed. I'm in no way Motoworld's saleman, just recommending something good for all to share, and guess that most have heard about this stuff. Just my 2 cents' worth.

 

Heard of this before from other posts, someone state its $150, its too expensive compare to a can of chain lube.. At least for me, i think its too expensive...

 

it all goes down to how ya view it bro.......

 

I agree.... But how much longer can a chain last that its taken good care than a chain which doesnt take care at all?(Just asking coz i dont know)

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Spray more better than spray less. A few drops is alright. A puddle would be really excessive..

 

but hor, my side stand also have some gooey black oil too leh... not all over lah, just the part nearest to the bike body. After I sprayed, overnight got a few drops of oil liao.

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but hor, my side stand also have some gooey black oil too leh... not all over lah, just the part nearest to the bike body. After I sprayed, overnight got a few drops of oil liao.

 

Install a scottoiler and save all the trouble :D :D :D

 

Side stand near to body surely will stick abit of gooey stuffs, even though you lube your chain and left it overnight, the next day morning U rode it the lube will still splash abit. Cannot be 100% wont splash one. Surely will kena a bit. Use a cloth to wipe the gooey stuffs away from the side stand.

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but hor, my side stand also have some gooey black oil too leh... not all over lah, just the part nearest to the bike body. After I sprayed, overnight got a few drops of oil liao.

 

Install a scottoiler and save all the trouble :D :D :D

 

Side stand near to body surely will stick abit of gooey stuffs, even though you lube your chain and left it overnight, the next day morning U rode it the lube will still splash abit. Cannot be 100% wont splash one. Surely will kena a bit. Use a cloth to wipe the gooey stuffs away from the side stand.

 

 

scottoiler needs $$$.... :D

 

Looks like I'll have to get degreaser to clean those gooey stuff off. YUCK! :puke:

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has anyone tried this brand called RP7 before? can be bought from Shell for $3.85 and its a very big can. Any comments on it?

 

I use it. Selley's RP7 is the cheaper alternative to WD40. And it works just as well, too.

 

Like WD40, you'll need the whole can to clean your chain. So after a few chain cleaning sessions, it started to cost me a bit of money. I said sod it and went for the even cheaper diesel alternative. :lol: Can't argue with diesel when it comes to cost effectiveness.

 

Now I use RP7 only for lubing and rustproofing all the hinges, bolts, keyholes and switchgears on my bike.

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has anyone tried this brand called RP7 before? can be bought from Shell for $3.85 and its a very big can. Any comments on it?

 

I use it. Selley's RP7 is the cheaper alternative to WD40. And it works just as well, too.

 

Like WD40, you'll need the whole can to clean your chain. So after a few chain cleaning sessions, it started to cost me a bit of money. I said sod it and went for the even cheaper diesel alternative. :lol: Can't argue with diesel when it comes to cost effectiveness.

 

Now I use RP7 only for lubing and rustproofing all the hinges, bolts, keyholes and switchgears on my bike.

 

but i used it to lube my chain leh.... seems to me quite lubed leh...

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Looks like I'll have to get degreaser to clean those gooey stuff off. YUCK! :puke:

 

Kerosene is the best cleaner (or diesel).

 

Okey, will try it out when I do my spring cleaning on my bike!! :D

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Anyone try motorex chain cleaner ...?? good??

 

no need commercial chain cleaner.

go 2SPC, pay $1.50 n get 3L of diesel.

[can share with 3bikers. n still got alot left]

 

get a small tray or mug, medium sized paint brush.

 

clean ur chain/sprocket with it. den take rag and wipe it dry.

 

ride ard ur neighbourhood den apply chain lube.

 

can save $$ n go buy chicken chop n coke instd :lol:

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no need commercial chain cleaner.

go 2SPC, pay $1.50 n get 3L of diesel.

[can share with 3bikers. n still got alot left]

 

get a small tray or mug, medium sized paint brush.

 

clean ur chain/sprocket with it. den take rag and wipe it dry.

 

ride ard ur neighbourhood den apply chain lube.

 

can save $$ n go buy chicken chop n coke instd :lol:

 

hehe.. pardon my ignorance... in wat form they sell diesel ah? in tins? or cans? or ....?? :sweat:

 

then can get from any petrol station rite? not necessary SPC hor... ? :confused:

 

i need to clean my chain badly leh, cos last time use chain oil, so got alot of particles stick to my chain...

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hehe.. pardon my ignorance... in wat form they sell diesel ah? in tins? or cans? or ....?? :sweat:

 

then can get from any petrol station rite? not necessary SPC hor... ? :confused:

 

i need to clean my chain badly leh, cos last time use chain oil, so got alot of particles stick to my chain...

 

diesel sold like petrol also lah..

heh, dun tell me u pump petrol muz buy in tins/cans :p

 

btw, u need to get appropriate container 2store d diesel. muz use those thick plastic kind or metal ones. mineral water bottles certainly not allowed.

 

ESSO selling those 4L tin cans. it recommended for storing petrol/diesel.

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diesel sold like petrol also lah..

heh, dun tell me u pump petrol muz buy in tins/cans :p

 

btw, u need to get appropriate container 2store d diesel. muz use those thick plastic kind or metal ones. mineral water bottles certainly not allowed.

 

ESSO selling those 4L tin cans. it recommended for storing petrol/diesel.

 

oh i see.... hehe... tks for enlightening me! :smile:

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then can get from any petrol station rite? not necessary SPC hor... ?

 

oh yah, i highly recommend SPC.

becos its d CHEAPEST diesel u can get.

 

besides those pump stations provided by taxi co.

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Like some others suggested, I still prefer kerosene....cheap, good and does the job.

 

I'll spend quite some time (1 hr or so) degreasing and talking cock (either to my friend or some other ppl cleaning their cars/bikes)

 

then wipe them dry with some newspapers

 

Spray my Motorex chain lube and let it set in (for ard 10 mins) and spray another thin coat...after that....

 

park my bike and go home

 

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oh yah, i highly recommend SPC.

becos its d CHEAPEST diesel u can get.

 

besides those pump stations provided by taxi co.

 

hmm... but near where i stay dun rem seeing any SPCs ard... got shell, caltex, mobil... but SPC ma... can only rem seeing one at bt timah and one at yishun...

 

u know got any near amk? :confused:

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hmm... but near where i stay dun rem seeing any SPCs ard... got shell, caltex, mobil... but SPC ma... can only rem seeing one at bt timah and one at yishun...

 

u know got any near amk? :confused:

 

duno. try check http://www.spc.com.sg for stations location...

d only SPC i noe is pasir ris n bukit timah n jurong there.

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tks! :smile:

 

btw, wat do u do with the leftover diesel tt u might hav? do u juz pour it into the drain??? :confused:

 

then if i were to change engine oil myself, wat do i do with the oil too? how to dispose it? :confused:

 

many tks again brudder! :smile:

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