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What 2 stroke oil are you using?

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You can use Valvoline:

2-Stroke Motor Oil

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Valvoline Motorcycle Oils contain proprietary blends of premium base oils and advanced additive technology to help you achieve peak performance from your machine.

Available at: Auto Zone; Checker, Schuck's and Kragen; Murray's; and Blains

Valvoline 2-Stroke Motorcycle Oil is formulated to help:

Protect at High RPMs and Temperatures - Excellent film strength and lubricity to help protect engines at peak RPMs and temperatures, minimize piston scuffing and protect fuel injectors.

Achieve Maximum Horsepower - Clean-burning to maximize acceleration and performance.

Protect Vital System Parts - Special dispersants to help prevent piston ring sticking over the broad range of engine temperatures.

Reduce Exhaust Smoke - Advanced additives burn clean and significantly reduce visible exhaust and exhaust port blocking.

Achieve Proper Fuel Mix - Special balance of advanced components to allow thorough mixing with fuel.

Part Number VV746

Size 16 oz

UPC 0-74130-00746-8

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I use Motul 800 in my Suzuki but use Polaris oil in my son's Predator 90.

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I use Motul 800 in my Suzuki but use Polaris oil in my son's Predator 90.

Isn't the Predator 90 a 4-stroke?

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Just the 2007s and 2008s. He has a 2003. In 2007 the only Predator 90 was pink the boys now have an Outlaw 90. It looks like for 2008 there is no Predator 90 at all.

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Castor 927(maxima) 24:1 and she looks clean and oily everytime i pull her apart ,powervalve never gets gummed up.

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You can use Valvoline:

2-Stroke Motor Oil

bottle_bot_VV746.jpg

Valvoline Motorcycle Oils contain proprietary blends of premium base oils and advanced additive technology to help you achieve peak performance from your machine.

Available at: Auto Zone; Checker, Schuck's and Kragen; Murray's; and Blains

Valvoline 2-Stroke Motorcycle Oil is formulated to help:

Protect at High RPMs and Temperatures - Excellent film strength and lubricity to help protect engines at peak RPMs and temperatures, minimize piston scuffing and protect fuel injectors.

Achieve Maximum Horsepower - Clean-burning to maximize acceleration and performance.

Protect Vital System Parts - Special dispersants to help prevent piston ring sticking over the broad range of engine temperatures.

Reduce Exhaust Smoke - Advanced additives burn clean and significantly reduce visible exhaust and exhaust port blocking.

Achieve Proper Fuel Mix - Special balance of advanced components to allow thorough mixing with fuel.

Part Number VV746

Size 16 oz

UPC 0-74130-00746-8

I use thsi stuff and I buy it at CARQUEST.

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I've been riding 2 strokes for 23 years, what makes your Bel Ray better than the Pro-Honda oil I use?

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LMAO!!!!!!!

Gots to have the Stuff with HEAT though!!!!:biggrin::wink::huh:

I run the Klotz.....YamaLube sometimes......I like the smell of Klotz though......ever put any of the Fragrances in there???? MMMMMMMMMM.,,.,,,,,,

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I sure am glad that you keep popping your fat head in Billy. You are always good for a laugh.

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I sure am glad that you keep popping your fat head in Billy. You are always good for a laugh.
Just trying to be supportive. I have time for to be on here about 15 min a day instead of an hour or to a day checking stuff when I was a Mod.

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bhahaha lets try to keep it pg in here :) but that was funny buckbilly :)
Hey that was a picture of Mwke 2 stroke lube. He really means TWO strokes too.

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bahaha, taht is pretty funny.............if he thinks it is, lets not be hurting his feelingssssss with those comments......................

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MWKE dishes out enough trash talk, I think he could handle it. But you are right Wheeler.

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