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    Good idea on the drums! Problem is it would take me forever to use 30 gallons.

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    Sealed containers in a somewhat climate controlled area are normally good for 5 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterbean_29512 View Post
    I use the super tech from wally world in all my 2 stroke skis.....00gp1200r, 01 xlt1200, 2 1997 wave ventures.
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    Running this over 10 years in my gp1300, gp760 and 650sx.
    12.88 gallon

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    Amsoil.


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    klotz 2-cycle super techniplate



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    I always use a mineral base oil for salt water use and as a run in oil on any engine. This is because synthetic oil won't protect your engine from corrosion and is so good at protecting your engine from wearing you won't be able to bed in your rings. If you run in fresh water only then you can use synthetic otherwise your better off just sticking to a high quality mineral oil.

    I prefer an oil thats not going to burn any day, in terms of mineral oil the more highly refined the oil, the higher the flash point, the less likely it is to burn in the combustion chamber. Emission controls and catalytic converters need the oil to burn, this is your Yamalube, if you have a D plate switch oils. The Yamalube and any other catalytic converter safe oil will leave carbon deposits on your pistons and out your exhaust as well as your PV's that will cause something to stick sooner or later.

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    I run this and love it so far on my ski, my father in law runs it on all of his 2 stroke sleds

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