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Old 11-24-2015, 08:58 PM
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Castrol TTS @ 50:1 works mint in a 300
Stay away from Motul 800 in anything over a 200 it works best in 80,s & 125's on a MX track
Changed from Motul 800 to 710 & got less spooge dribble.Ran out & used a mates Castrol TTS & have stayed with it.The dye is easy see once mixed(Did I mix this gas? Yeah,nah,Yeah,not sure,put it in the wifes car to be safe).


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Old 11-24-2015, 09:42 PM
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its also easier to see thru the "transparent" tank sides,smells decent,and only drools enough to let you know that some oil survived the burn.ideal
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Old 11-24-2015, 11:38 PM
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+1 on the TTS. I remember when i was a kid the TTS was in a trick can. I could only afford the Super TT povvo bottle.....
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Old 11-25-2015, 02:07 PM
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+1 on the TTS. I remember when i was a kid the TTS was in a trick can. I could only afford the Super TT povvo bottle.....
Yer same mate
When I was a youngster TTS was out of my price range
But I've been running it since my IT200 days
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Old 06-27-2016, 12:39 PM
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May be and old thread, buy does anyone know about bendzall 460 "green label"? Its a castor oil.

Firm sold it as a final-sale due to closing the Shop at 3,60? / liter. The oil is widely used in karting,as the klotz and maxima 927, al being castor-based.

Castor tends to gym up rings and PVs, and maybe i should mix the bendzall with other synthetic oils in the premix?
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Old 07-10-2016, 08:11 AM
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I use 2t cross power from Motorex ,one of the best oil for me .
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Old 07-10-2016, 03:21 PM
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Opti-2@50:1

I'm part of a maintenance team for non-automotive equipment in a municipality of over 1 million people. We have hundreds of 2 stroke implements that are used in terrible conditions. Rescue saws, urban forestry equipment, etc. The stuff used for emergency utility repairs are absolutely brutalized, premix ratios are often close enough, these are machines that are often full throttle the moment they start. -35C to +35C, rain, snow, mud, occasional partially submerged use (not kidding). Other machines are WOT through multiple tanks of fuel all day, week after week. Although the machines are spec'd for 50:1 we use them at 70:1 successfully per Opti's claims. It's thousands of hours each year of hard use and I have yet to see a machine fail, or wear out early, because of oil related performance. This experience quantifies the oil as a good performer to me, and I suspect it's good enough to run in my dirt bike
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Old 07-16-2016, 12:30 AM
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GRO off road 1 for me in my 15 ec300 @45:1 and my 11 txt300 @80:1.
My old 2010 ec300 sold with 565hrs without crank work,only top ends every 100 hrs.
I'm sticking with it!

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Old 08-05-2016, 02:17 AM
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Wet Stuff pleasure lube.
You have to run it 4:1 and it cost $30 for a 100ml tube but c'mon, what price sangfroid imperturbability?
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Old 08-05-2016, 04:45 AM
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I had been using one of the Maxima oils but changed to Motorex to see if it cut down on the spooge. Then I found out my PV drain was closed. After opening that there's no more spooge so I went back to the maxima.

I get a deal on it through a friend, but the biggest reason I like maxima is because when I did a 30 mile ride through super technical rocky single track with no coolant in the bike, when it did finally burn down on the road back to the truck, it melted the piston, turned the wrist pin blue, melted the spark plug, but never seized. Everything still had a sticky coat of oil on it. I think that's pretty cool.
I have a 2012 250EC. Where is the PV drain?
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