vSystem – KTM Edition Kit


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The Scottoiler KTM kit is a vacuum-operated motorcycle chain oiler, which automatically lubes your chain while you ride.

  • Designed specifically to fit the majority of KTM bikes including all LC8, RC8 and 690 LC4 engines.
  • Reduces chain maintenance.
  • Increases chain and sprocket life.
  • Easy installation.
  • Uses the same technology as the market leading vSystem.


The KTM Kit is a vacuum operated chain oiler designed to fit perfectly on the majority of KTM bikes, including all LC8, RC8 and 690 LC4 engines.  The system lubricates the chain saving significant time, money and hassle on the usual chain care ritual.

                    Scottoiler KTM Chain Oiler Kit  


q_bgWhat does it do?

The system lubricates your chain as you ride, reducing manual chain maintenance and increasing chain and sprocket life.  The kit, designed specifically for one range of bikes, ensures straightforward installation achievable in approximately one hour.

Download the installation manual from the kit here (We recommend that installation to the RC8 models is carried out by an experienced technician)

icon KTM Kit quick setup guide v2.3


q_bgWhat’s in the box?

The KTM Kit comes complete with a Reservoir Metering Valve and Cage which can be located in various positions depending on which KTM model you have.  The parts required for installation, including the specially tailored dispenser assembly and vacuum connections, are included along with a bottle of Scottoil, sufficient to fill the reservoir with plenty left over for refills.

q_bgHow does it work?

It works using the same method as the Scottoiler vSystem, requiring a small amount of engine vacuum to open the Reservoir valve allowing the oil to feed to your chain.

q_bgHow far can I go between refills?

The KTM Kit should give between 500 – 1,000 miles of lubrication between refills depending on the flow rate of the system.

q_bgWhat oil does it take?

The KTM Kit can use both Scottoil original or high temperature depending on the climate or conditions you’re riding in.  Find out more about the difference between the two Scottoils.