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Old 07-22-2010, 05:11 AM
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2 Stroke Oil/Fuel

Ok, my buddie with a Duramx has stated running 2 stroke oil in his fuel tank. Has anyone heard of this or done it? He said the main reason is to lube injectors and other such componants that do not get oil. He said it also helps with noise, and mpg's. Just thought i would put this out there.
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Old 07-22-2010, 05:18 AM
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yes, search and you'll find tons of info on it.
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Old 07-22-2010, 05:44 AM
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I have been using 1oz. per gallon for some time.....seems to quiet things down with the added lubricity.....Fred
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Ok, my buddie with a Duramx has stated running 2 stroke oil in his fuel tank. Has anyone heard of this or done it? He said the main reason is to lube injectors and other such componants that do not get oil. He said it also helps with noise, and mpg's. Just thought i would put this out there.
Use the search function and you will find alot of information about this.
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yeah i guess i should have serched first
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it no big deal. welcome and search has become my best friend.....also it is bad cause I just keep finding cool stuff the I want to do.
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I run 1oz per gal in my diesel tank. truck like its. no change in MPGs just do it for the lube.
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Old 07-22-2010, 11:57 AM
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I run 1oz per gal in my diesel tank. truck like its. no change in MPGs just do it for the lube.
any certain type/brand? or just any ole 2 stroke oil? do you do this every time you put fuel in?
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any certain type/brand? or just any ole 2 stroke oil? do you do this every time you put fuel in?
most people buy the walmart supertech. TCW3 in the gallon.. 11 bucks!
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make sure its ashless
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