The dropping of oil is being regulated by a valve (used in fish tanks), to avoid oil puddles a solenoid valve that cuts the flow is mounted in series. Problem that I faced was how supply the valve with energy and steer it. The electric diagram of my motorbike turned out to be helpful. I've noticed that starter relay works inversely to what I needed.
I started with a small shopping:
- Transmission oil 80W90
- fuel line 3m
- Car relay 35A (I don't need such a big one, but it is easier to assemble it)
- Electrical wire
- Fast-wiring connection (they simplify the connection)
- Some connectors and heat shrinkable tube
- Fish tank valve (I dont know for what they really do :))
- Solenoid fuel valve for skoda (check tightness!)
- Brake fluid tank from "URSUS" tractor
- Cable tie
- Aluminium alloy pipe 6x1x1000
- Steel clamp
Because of the dimension it is hard to connect pipe with tank. To do it I have soften the pipe using hot water and then fixed with cable tie.
I started the assembly in the motorbike by getting to the relay box. To do this only an electric diagram and a multimeter is needed.
Then came the time to fix the oil tank...
After that all I needed was to wait with motorbike on gear and with igniton switched on "ON" position to allow oil to start dropping. It was hot so it didn't take long. When i saw the oil on the end, i regulated flow to 1-2 drops per minute. At the beginning there was some air in the system, so oil fall also on the parking place. After few runs there was no problem with it, and since then the chain is always well-oiled and ready to be used.