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2 stroke bio-degradeable oils?
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posted 05-21-2002 07:35 PM ET (US)
Any one tried or using any of the bio-degradeable oils formulated for 2 strokes? Claims I've seen are that these oils meet/exceed industry standards and will work with pre-mix or oil injected motors. Amsoil has a synthetic and they claim its approx 77% bio-degradeable. I've used Amsoil synthetic in my Land Rover for 7 years and its great.
posted 05-21-2002 08:33 PM ET (US)
Even Wallmart now sells a store labeled synthetic 2-stoke oil.I have stayed with a name brand regular 2-stoke oil because most boating is in the ocean and feel the little unburned fuel and oil does not present a polution problem in the ocean.If i were on a small fresh water pond i would then use the high price synthetic with its addvantiges of bio-degradeable and being cleaner burning with less internal deposits in your powerhead.
posted 05-21-2002 09:19 PM ET (US)
I don't know which specific oils are on your mind. Cabela's comes to mind but I have no experience, 1st or 2nd hand, with it. However I've frequently posted on my 25 or so years with Amsoil 2 stroke, both 100:1 and injector. It's great. And no, I don't sell it. In particular I've used the 100:1 mix in anything and everything 2 stroke with outstanding results.
Harpoon, synthetic, Harry
posted 05-22-2002 06:28 AM ET (US)
Most of my boating is on fresh water lakes and ponds. Some fairly small.
posted 05-22-2002 08:26 AM ET (US)
Bombardier/Evinrude also markets a synthetic for use in their direct injected engines. You can get more info on this oil at www.evinrude.com
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