|Brand||Green Earth Technologies|
|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.8 x 3.2 x 7.8 inches|
|Item model number||1109|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1109|
Green Earth Technologies 01109 G Oil 2-Stroke Engine Oil 16 oz
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Totally Green TC-W32-Marine Cycle Engine Oil. G-OIL™ Garden & Recreational 2 Cycle GREEN Engine OIL is a patent pending superior performance 2 Cycle engine oil made from American grown base oils that use the power of nanotechnology to provide ultimate protection for air-cooled 2 Cycle engines. G-OIL™ Garden & Recreational 2 Cycle GREEN Engine Oil is the “GREEN ALTERNATIVE” and meets and exceeds Motorcycle API TC and Husqvarna Chain Saw requirements. This NO SMOKE formula contains stabilized technology to improve fuel stability in a variety of general purpose equipment and personal recreational engines including motorcycles, snowmobiles, chain saws, lawn and garden equipment … satisfaction guaranteed! G-OIL™ 2 Cycle GREEN Engine OIL does not utilize a solvent to increase gasoline miscibility and offers a significant safety advantage since the product has a flash point of 365 degrees F and is not classified as flammable or combustible according to OSHA or D.O.T. regulations. G-OIL™ bottles are 100% recycla
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.
2-Stroke Engine Oil
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.
Conventional Motor Oil
This oil is a conventional motor oil, meaning it is refined from crude oil or petroleum products. Conventional motor oils may or may not have additives included after refining. Conventional motor oils are more versatile than synthetic or hybrid motor oils, because they are suitable for use with nearly all types of modern vehicle engines, from cars and trucks to motorcycles, ATVs, farm equipment, and more.
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Now I do know that plant based oils will oxidize faster than petroleum products, and if you only use your saw once every two years, it might gum up on you. I use mine a lot, so it makes sense to use a greener product. I also use G.E.T. bar oil too, by the way.
I've been using this oil in my moped for over a year, and have just passed 1000 miles. In that time, the piston has never seized, not even when I was running it at full throttle for up to ten minutes. There is no perceptible smell produced by the oil, either. The package says, "No Smoke". It does produce an almost imperceptible amount of smoke, but it's less than half of what you'd see from a person exhaling smoke from a cigarette. And spills are never an issue, this stuff cleans up with simple soap and water, and is biodegradable anyway.
There is one caveat, for which I detracted one star. If this oil gets cold, below freezing, it congeals and has to be warmed up again before it returns to a fluid state. That makes it slightly less viable for moped riders who want to keep a small bottle of oil with them for on-the-go fuel stops (which i do). But it doesn't separate from the gasoline in the tank, even when cold, so it's not a serious drawback, more a matter of expediency. Just remember to warm up your bottle beforehand, or keep it in a warm place, and you shouldn't have any problems.
Other than the congealment in cold weather, I've been quite pleased with this oil. I initially purchased a single quart from another place, to test it, and was satisfied enough to purchase six pints through Amazon. That will be enough to keep my moped running smoothly for at least another three years. When my on-hand supply runs out, I intend to go all the way and buy an entire case. If that doesn't convey my satisfaction well enough, I doubt anything else I could say would be sufficient.
It is so nice not to have smoke and smell from regular 2 stroke gas.
Who likes smelling like it after working outside? Now if we could lower the noise level....
However, I had measured this into other (smaller) bottles, and I only used one when it was warm. The other three bottles sat in my car, which, unsurprisingly, experiences temperatures below freezing (but above 0 degrees F) in the winter. When I went to go grab another bottle, I noticed that it didn't flow quite as nicely as any of the other oils I had. Actually, it didn't flow AT ALL. It had turned into a pond-scum-green slushie. All of it. All of my other oils were perfectly fine, but this Bio oil (yes, I had very clearly marked which was which, and they were all different colors anyway) had frozen. When I set it in front of a heater, it returned to its normal unfrozen state, but I noticed a strange white-ish debris in the bottom of the container. I have no idea what it is, but I am fairly confident that it is a product of the oil or of the oil freezing, and not of anything that may have magically appeared inside a sealed container.
My two-strokes use premix, so I can't say for sure what would happen, but I hate to think what frozen oil would do in an oil injector or an oil tank. Maybe this would work just fine if you only rode when it was warm outside, but that's not going to cut it for me. I'll keep what I have left around for oiling gaskets and lending to frenemies in the summer months, but I'm definitely not going to run this in my bikes and I'm never buying this oil again.
I purchased 6 of these to use in a new scooter. Works fine with the engine. Good price. Doesn't hurt to save some cash and help the planet too.