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Re: [ST] Scottoiler
Someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but I remember Triumph reading
somewhere on triumphnet.com that installing the Scottoiler can void your
>Another one question. Has anyone fitted a Scottoiler to an ST or RS? Where
>does one connect the vacuum pipe for where it is most accessible, simplest
>to fit and least likely to create engine management problems (if it does)?
>I have fitted them before but to carburated bikes.
>And I do really mean it that after years of four cylinder fast but bland
>bikes my RS has revitalised my appetite for riding. The gearbox does loosen
>up, the riding position (without risers) is very good for long runs at even
>moderate speed mixed with some low speed scenery gawping
>but not for all day pottering for which you need a more upright position.
>So I will have to get a new Bonnie as well?? I will fit a hugger soon since
>the back end gets a terrible mess from wet roads. Pity the Triumph luggage
>is so expensive. I will get some Givi soft panniers as featured in recent
>items on the list.
>Sorry I have bored lots of other people about the RS as well.
>Salty Dawg Dave
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