Best 2 stroke oil
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Gts250
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Sat Sep 22, 2018 3:51 pm quote
So the real answer to your question is redline. I've used it in all of my corsa af16's and horizontal minarellis. You'll need to chamfer your ports so they don't snag your rings, that's where your scoring is coming from most likely. Sometimes, especially lately, the ring keeper pins have been working their way out of the s6 pistons and scoring the holy living crap out of sylinder walls, but by the time you've figured that out on a 12k+ rpm engine, things are wrong.
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Sat Sep 22, 2018 3:54 pm quote
ScootsnBoots wrote:
So the real answer to your question is redline. I've used it in all of my corsa af16's and horizontal minarellis. You'll need to chamfer your ports so they don't snag your rings, that's where your scoring is coming from most likely. Sometimes, especially lately, the ring keeper pins have been working their way out of the s6 pistons and scoring the holy living crap out of sylinder walls, but by the time you've figured that out on a 12k+ rpm engine, things are wrong.
Is that with the new s6 cylinders? Becuase mine is the discountinued mk1 and now they have the mk2. how do I chamfer a port? Also I was looking and I couldn't find anyone who had the problem do could you link me to it? Not doubting or trying to be a know-it-all dick just want to see.
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Sat Sep 22, 2018 6:12 pm quote
Without a doubt the best is AmsMotoPutoPurpleLineRexIma. It's the melting pot of premier oils.
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Wed Jul 17, 2019 11:47 pm quote
IMKenMartinez wrote:
I use Agip motor oil from Italy. It is the manufacturer recommended oil for Vespa & Ducati. They actually changed their name to the parent company (ENI) a few years ago, but you can get the motor oil in the U.S

Phone number is: 646-264-2100

https://www.eni.com/en_NA/products-services/automotive-lubricants/engine-oils/bikes/bikes.shtml


https://www.eni.com/en_NA/attachments/pdf/i-Ride-brochure.pdf
Using Eni I-ride Scooter 2T in my Gilera Runner 50 DD. Great stuff, no smoke even after weeks of standing, often driven full gas for a long period of time, small consumption of oil (gas is about 2,8l/100km). Only cons are that it is hard to get it here in Czech Republic in most of the shops so I must order "remotely". Plus is as well the price compared to Motul 510 and similar.
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Wed Sep 16, 2020 12:47 pm quote
Re: Best 2 stroke oil
2smokersFTW wrote:
Ok I know everyone's gunna go batshit crazy with replies but hear me out, I hava a athena/stage6 racing 70cc mk1 and its supossed to be a high end racing cyl soo what oil would give me the best protection and heat resistance and stuff like that for me? And dont recommend that crap oil like amsoil Saber for strimmers becuase that stuff complete wank and just becuase it may work with your stock 50cc from China doesn't meen itll work with a high end racing cyl from Italy
My question is has anyone tried a leaner oil mixture like 100:1 that it says you can run, when using Amsoil Saber? Someone who's replacing a cast iron cylinder should give it a try.
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Wed Sep 16, 2020 1:41 pm quote
Iíve never tried to run any of my junk at that weak of a mixture. My friendís dad is an Amsoil dealer, so I just buy it from him. I happen to use their Dominator in both my premix and autolube scoots. As for their 100 to 1?...I just always saw that as what Amsoil named that particular line...not at what mix ratio it should be mixed at. I suppose that I wouldnít hesitate to fill the oil reservoir on my autolube P2 with the 100:1...
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Wed Sep 16, 2020 1:49 pm quote
Bel-Ray Si-7 synthetic. $18/quart online. Low ash, low smoke, never failed me on RD-350/400s or Suzuki GT-500/750s. Only used it with injection systems, though, not as pre-mix.
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Wed Sep 16, 2020 3:14 pm quote
Klotz Benol is the only choice for a true vespisti. smells so good. Premix only though!
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Wed Sep 16, 2020 8:29 pm quote
Mmmm Klotz. Techniplate is fine in autolube.
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Thu Sep 17, 2020 2:58 am quote
yackee wrote:
Klotz Benol is the only choice for a true vespisti. smells so good. Premix only though!
I have no idea what Klotz smells like. Might have to order a candle. Since I'm premixing now I could get a small container and smell for myself.
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