On the advice of many KLR users on the ‘Net, I installed a ScottOiler. (I’ve had several chain-driven bikes before, and don’t know why I’ve never done this before.)
The unit comes with excellent instructions and all kinds of parts and options for mounting and connecting it. Here are a few photos of where I put this one:
I glued Scott’s mounting bracket to the frame with silicon, then held the reservoir in the bracket with zip ties.
Warning: this makes it difficult to reach the rear shock preload screw — adjust your shock first. (You can still adjust the shock, by temporarily removing the Scott resevoir.)
The Scott instructions say to adjust the oiler so it drips between one and two drops per minute, more in rainy or dirty conditions. For city street use, I found it best to be on the low end of this scale; otherwise lube fling-off builds up inside the plastic cover over the front sprocket, and drips goo when the bike is parked. At 1 drop per minute this doesn’t happen.