I will do a full review with images in due course. However I spent this afternoon fitting a Loobman chain oiler to the Africa Twin. It can be obtained from chainoiler.com. I paid just over £20 delivered in the UK. It is basically a very simple oil reservoir that is then gravity fed to a dual feed to the rear sprocket when you press a valve on the reservoir. You create a small raised area in the feed tube just before the outlet and put a small breathing vent hole in the tube. You press the button for a few seconds and the oil that is passed the breathing vent hole runs down the dual feed and on to either side of the rear sprocket. Releasing the button creates a vacuum and the oil stops in the tube up to the breathing hole. Centrifugal force then forces the oil out on to the chain. I removed the chain guard and passenger foot peg to make the job easy. The swinging arm in the AT has several grommets and I used one by the front and one on the inside to the rear to run the feed tube so it is out if the way of the chain. I cut small holes in the grommets and then cute numerous star slits away from the centre of the hole so the tube went through but was still gripped. The feed is fixed to the swinging arm with cable ties through a custom wire bracket. The reservoir has a triangle bracket that enables it to be mounted under the rear frame and still stay fairly vertical. A bit of tweaking to get the feed sitting nicely against the sprocket. Press the button to prime the system and job done. I have used oil I had left from a Scott oiler and the dark blue oil makes the reservoir fitting very discrete. I am sure it will take a bit of tweaking to get the feed time just right but will hopefully give it a run out tomorrow and let you know how I get on. For the price it has to be a real bargain.