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Motor oil is made from crude oil and is used to lubricate, clean, and cool engines. Types of motor oil include conventional, synthetic, diesel, bio-based, hybrid (blends of conventional and synthetic), and recycled oils. Motor oil varies in weight and viscosity, as well as additives that some manufacturers add to the oil during the refining process. A numerical code system created by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) grades motor oils according to viscosity--the higher the number between 0 and 60, the more viscous (thicker) the oil is. Most consumer motor oils are graded by two numbers, with the first number indicating cold weather (Winter or "W") performance.
This oil is specifically designed for 2-stroke (or 2-cycle) engines. 2-stroke engines are typically "total-loss lubrication" engines, meaning that this oil will burn up in the combustion chamber when the engine is on and will need to be replaced regularly. Common uses of 2-stroke oil are some motorcycles, lawnmowers, snowmobiles, marine outboard motors, and other small-engine devices.
This oil is a full synthetic oil, meaning crude oil is not used in making it. Synthetic oil can be used in vehicle engines instead of motor oils refined from crude oil, and often provides superior mechanical performance over traditional motor oil, including increased gas mileage and reduced engine wear at extreme temperatures. Its complex method of production means it can often cost more than conventional motor oil.
good as all Royal Purple products are....use it in my chainsaw mix...no problems.Published 1 month ago by twostrokes48
I'm running this in a 50 to 1 ratio in a Mercury two-stroke, 9.8 motor. The motor has less than five hours of run time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Troy D.
Mixes well with gas, equipment runs great and very clean burning. I recommend.Published 1 month ago by Danny Namloot