Boys, here’s the first news broadcast to riders about the 1934 Harley-Davidson oiler. This oiler is efficient and should not cause any trouble, just the same, it is good to know about it. First of all, I want you to study the chart of performance. This chart will reveal many interesting things. Most noticeable is the fact that a motor equipped with this oiler will respond according to the way the rider controls his mount. In other words, if you are a high speed fan-with the gas open most of the time, you will find that the motor will require more oil than if you hit the middle range. For example, take a 74 solo at 60 m.p.h. On the chart, this will be the No. 2 curve. At 60 m.p.h., you’ll get only 270 miles to the gallon. This is as it should be. At 40, the oil mileage would be about 900. Some difference. Note how a sidecar job drags at top speed. This mechanical oiler really does just what they have always been expected to do. That is, give the motor oil according to the requirements. So, if you are hard on the handles you can expect to put in the lubricant. But, you’ll know it’s being ushered into the motor correctly.