I Bet You Never Changed Your Motorcycle Engine Oil.

I mean 100% of your engine oil. We all change our oil by draining and refilling the oil tank and change the oil filter. But we never get 100% of the oil out of the engine. We pretend like it’s an insignificant amount or it’s not even there. Yet there is more than 24oz. left in the engine, 20% of the oiling system capacity! Upon engine start up, this old oil mixes with the fresh oil and starts the breakdown and discoloration of the fresh oil immediately. So, you are all interested by The Scavenger TOTAL Oil Change. Very easy to use. For almost all Harley-Davidson models including custom bikes. Watch! then go to their website to see a demo on your model.

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16 Responses to “I Bet You Never Changed Your Motorcycle Engine Oil.”


  1. 1 Jason Apr 17th, 2010 at 10:02 am

    Of course knew about this, but forgot. Good reminder. Will try one.

  2. 2 TodT Apr 17th, 2010 at 12:33 pm

    Just ordered one, hope to give it a try soon!!

  3. 3 Pepe Apr 18th, 2010 at 6:25 am

    Interesting

    But that’s a lot of cheaper and more easy to use:

    http://www.liquidvac.com/HarleyExample.htm

    Just my opinion

  4. 4 m.bofill Apr 18th, 2010 at 8:11 am

    60 bucks plus shipping is a lil high for a plug and a small length of hose…although its effective. anyone with a lil craftiness can make one with an old oil filter.

  5. 5 What a bunch of geniuses Apr 18th, 2010 at 9:20 am

    Great idea, and worth the money. What a bunch of cheap asses on this blog though. The guy came up with something clean, and effective, and everybody can “make it cheaper”, yet none of you will.

    Love the fodder on this site. Anybody with a good idea, every one of you geniuses seem to have a better one. What a bunch of jokers. Open your wallet sometime instead of your mouths…some of you have actually come to believe your opinion matters.

    You’re the reason I come to this blog once every two weeks now instead of everyday. You cheapos are the reason the economy is in the shitter. Buy American..keep your job…buy WalMart…quit your bitching!

  6. 6 Jeremy Apr 18th, 2010 at 9:34 am

    “what a bunch of geniuses”. Agree with you. Me, I read Cyril’s blog every morning. To read the news, not the comments. I guess the comments reflect the main negative of a lot of bikers. They know everything about bikes, but of course they don’t.

  7. 7 Jeny Apr 18th, 2010 at 8:10 pm

    I am a lady changing my oil. Interested to get one

  8. 8 adam Apr 19th, 2010 at 9:45 am

    You run your motor with this thing attached until its completely empty of all your old oil??

    Is that really a good idea? Isn’t that how you seize a motor?

  9. 9 Hazy Apr 19th, 2010 at 11:32 am

    Nice application of an old idea. Since the older HDs like my custom shovelhead trike and EVOs pump the oil from the engine and then to the filter and then back to the tank, I simply remove the return hose before the filter and run the engine until fresh oil comes out. Since I have an oil cooler plumbed into the system before the filter it’s pretty easy. Just keep an eye on the oil level in the tank.

  10. 10 Curmudgeon Apr 19th, 2010 at 12:06 pm

    @adam – no, not in a harley motor. Like Hazy said. Oil is pumped from the tank to the motor. The scavenger side of the pump collectes the used oil and pumps it to the filter. From the filter it goes back to the tank. As long as the tank has a supply, the motor guts are being lubricated.

    Yeah, I’m a cheap SOB too so I do this once a year and just form up a piece of cardboard or an aluminum pan to direct the oil from the mount to the drain pan.

  11. 11 Michael Apr 19th, 2010 at 1:12 pm

    The Scavenger is just an aluminum replica of the vastly less expensive CORS Oil Removal System that has been around for 10+ years. Scavenger had to make it out of aluminum to get around the CORS patent. This is just another instance of rival company that has “borrowing” technology from an existing, American-made product to make a more expensive, inferior part. Do the research.

  12. 12 Phil LaFleur Apr 19th, 2010 at 3:02 pm

    In response to michale. The cors is a knock off of my product. I started selling the RC101 in
    August 2003 in Sturgis SD. If you look on the cors website his product started on wensday Nov 30
    2005. My patent number is displayed on my website and engraved on all my products, his product
    is’t even marked as patent pending any more. The cors is made of injection mold plastic and is
    screwed to a hot engine? It uses very small chanels so it does an ineffective job on an Evo.
    If you use it on a twin cam or sportster the engine will be running with no supply of fresh oil and
    the old oil in the engine will return to the tank. That is why I have products for each model.
    Maybe you need to “do the research”

  13. 13 motorcycle medic Apr 20th, 2010 at 3:47 am

    This is a great product !
    If you offset the cost of the “TOOL” to the potential for motor damage ,it is priceless.
    I have used many other methods in the past to fully change your oil,however why not support another USA made product that WORKS!
    I am now advertising that MY shop gives you a FULL oil change and customers LOVE IT!
    ESPECIALLY when you show them the TOOL and their OLD dirty oil you just SCAVENGED from their scoot!

  14. 14 Doc Robinson Apr 20th, 2010 at 6:37 pm

    I’m with Motorcycle Medic on this one regarding offsetting the cost against the cost of keeping some of that dirty and broken down old oil mixing with the fresh clean oil and polluting it. It may be a minor amount, but why leave any contaminated oil circulating at all? Good job Phil!

  15. 15 kevin blanchard May 18th, 2010 at 6:33 pm

    hey I ride a custom with a 113ci S&S motor and of course I see where the braided hoses go into the oil pump but I dont have a clue how to get all of the oil out and that video wasnt anything like my outfit……I have been using a turkey baster to suck the old oil from the tank but like you say in the vid it doesnt get nearly enough oil out and I need to take care of this motor…so how do I find out EXACTLY how to change ALL of my oil…everytime I ask this question to a service guy he gives me half and answer and when I keep asking to get the whole story they act like Im ruining their entire freaking lifes……………this shouldnt be that hard…..can you clue me in ? thanks Kev

  16. 16 Phil May 19th, 2010 at 2:43 pm

    Kev / anyone, give me a call toll free at 866-877-6483 and I will take the time to explain the Scavenger
    and how it works.

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