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ADV NewsScottoiler Releases More User-Friendly, Efficient Electronic Chain Oiler

Scottoiler Releases More User-Friendly, Efficient Electronic Chain Oiler

Scottoiler improves usability and chain oiling efficiency in V3.1 release.

Published on 03.27.2020

Motorcycle chain lubrication specialists Scottoiler have launched  the newest version of their popular electronic chain oiling system – the eSystem v3.1. The Scottoiler kit is designed to automatically lubricate your motorcycle’s chain and sprockets while you ride, keeping them properly coated and significantly reducing drivetrain maintenance.

The eSystem feeds minimal amounts of oil to your chain only when you ride. This allows the electronic oil kit to use a lubricant that has almost no tack additives preventing dirt and grit from sticking to it. A cleaner lubrication means your chain does not develop the typical layer of black, grinding paste. Scottoiler claims your chain and sprockets will last up to 7 times longer, and the oil reservoir lasts for up to 1,800 miles between refills.

Scottoiler eSystem Features

The new eSystem version 3.1 offers self-calibration, additional flow rate settings and retention of all pre-established settings.
  • Increase chain and sprocket life up to 7 times
  • Improves performance
  • Reduces chain maintenance
  • Motion Sensitive
  • Graphic Display
  • Accelerometer technology
  • Lubricant oil level gauge
  • Precision flow rate
  • Lubricates while you ride
  • Includes 250ml bottle of Scottoil chain lubricant
  • Up to 1,800 miles between refills

The new eSystem version 3.1 has evolved based on extensive research conducted with customers of the original models through version 2. Now even more user-friendly, v3.1 self-calibrates, allowing for an even quicker start-up. Plus additional flow rate settings, particularly on the lower end, allow for even more precise, measured and gradual oiling of your chain.


As a response to existing eSystem users requesting to introduce this feature, the new eSystem now retains all pre-established settings. If you’re coming back to your bike after winter, or returning to your bike after taking a break, then don’t worry about having to input your settings again, all your previous preferences will be stored in the memory, even when disconnected from the battery.

Version 3.1 offers an easier to operate interface and keeps all your previous settings stored in memory, even when disconnected from the battery.

The Scottoiler eSystem V3.1 is made  for both seasoned bikers and newcomers to the world of chain oiling alike, with easy installation and calibration. With a one-time investment in chain oiling, the eSystem V3.1 ensures a high  level of control and precision when looking after your motorcycle chain, paying for itself in its maintenance and preservation qualities.  The V3.1 system comes in both High Temp and Standard Temp versions with an MSRP of $299.99.

Version 3.1 Updates 

  • All new software pack
  • Upgraded hardware
  • Upgraded buttons & screen
  • Easier to operate interface
  • Long term memory retains settings

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Author: ADV Pulse Staff

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March 31, 2020 10:35 am

I recently bought the Cobra chain oiler – but have not installed it yet. If this thing works as advertized – purely manual and mechanical – it is a much better investment than any system using electronics or vacuum and needle valves. The tiniest little bit of dirt entering the Scotoiler reservoir of those vacuum controlled systems I had made it either not delicering any oil at all, or all of it within a short time. Keep it simple!

September 15, 2022 9:22 am

Don’t buy. Mine only lasted 8000 miles and the v3 is not easier to use at all.

My e-system v2 worked for about 8000 miles.
Really disappointed to be honest. The wires broke and frayed where they come out of the pump.

I contacted scottoiler and after several emails, telling me the warranty was up, me being miffed that although it’s a few years old, it’s not even lasted 8000 miles and not 100% sure the pump is the cause. They agreed to look at it and test it.

They’ve tested it and confirmed that it’s actually the display (control until, that’s faulty and can’t be repaired, although the wires that broke on the pump is not going to last either.

Anyhow been offered the choice of having faulty unit returned, or can buy the new v3 (ha, I don’t think so)

The v2 control was much better and simple.
The v3 doesn’t auto calibrate, you have to guess we they it’s matched right to your engine, it doesn’t display the number of ‘drops per seconds’ as a number, it has lots of bars you need guess how many bars equate to number of seconds. The oil fill level is now in fifths instead of quarters.

Anyhow, regardless, It may make the chain last longer and auto oil it, but at nearly £300, and only lasting approx 8000 miles. It’s cheaper to just put the cash towards a new chain sooner. I definitely can’t recommend scottoiler at this moment in time.


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