vSystem / Vacuum

eSystem / Electronic

Installation

The vSystem is a simple installation:

  • Locate a vacuum take-off point on the engine
  • Position the RMV (Reservoir Metering Valve) on the bike
  • Position the delivery tube at the rear sprocket
  • Route the tubing

The eSystem installation is simpler as it is not necessary to access the engine:

  • Connect eSystem wiring loom to bike battery
  • Mount the Display Unit on the handlebars
  • Position the REP (Reservoir Electronic Pump) on the bike
  • Position the delivery tube at the rear sprocket
  • Route the tubing

Adjustability

The vSystem has a range of adjustability to suit environmental and general riding conditions. The flow rate is adjusted at the reservoir and the operation requires the bike to be stationary.

The eSystem also has a range of adjustment to suit environmental and general riding conditions. The flow rate can be adjusted from the display unit on the handlebars. This operation can be done with the bike in motion, whilst always paying due care and attention to the road.

Features

The vSystem has evolved over the years to become the market leader in motorcycle chain lubrication systems whilst maintaining the same principles of chain oiling that Fraser Scott used to invent his first vacuum-operated system 30 years ago.

The eSystem is the new generation electronic system which utilises triple axis accelerometer technology to lubricate your chain and monitor your system, whilst also providing real-time ride information. Constant oil flow rate is maintained in all ambient temperatures.

Range

The vSystem has a 50ml reservoir which provides up to 800 miles of lubrication before refilling is necessary. This range can be greatly expanded by adding a Lube Tube or a Magnum HCR (High Capacity Reservoir) to the system.

The eSystem has a 60ml reservoir which provides an extra 20% capacity compared with the vSystem. This range can also be greatly expanded by adding a Lube Tube or a Magnum HCR (High Capacity Reservoir) to the system.

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