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Old 01-10-2010, 03:20 PM
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2 stroke oil?

all i want to know is how much do you guys put in per tank of fuel,and is any kind of 2 stroke o.k,thanx sheldon.
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Most guys run 1 oz per gallon

And make sure it's ash-less
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what brands are ashless bud.
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the kind made for 2 stroke outboard motors... I think it'll say TC3W or something... In any case it will specify that it is ash-less.
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all i want to know is how much do you guys put in per tank of fuel,and is any kind of 2 stroke o.k,thanx sheldon.


I think these guys and gals runnin 2 stroke are running it in 7.3 motors not 6.0 like are's .
There ani't no way I'll put 2 stroke in my 6.0 no way .
Are injection setups are different for the 6.0 than the 7.3
Someone will chime in here I'm sure that has a lot more knowhow.
I run standalyne performance formula 8 oz. to 30 gal deisel for lubticy,cetane boost,and anti gel,it's all in one most people get a couple more miles to the gal with it also.

JER-1


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I run TCW3 every 20th tank. Diesel kleen other all the rest. I have 180K on my injectors.
Ash less= TCW3. You will see it printed on the back of the bottle. All it will do is quite up your motor a bit and lube the seals. Diesel kleen will do the same.

Good luck
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I think these guys and gals runnin 2 stroke are running it in 7.3 motors not 6.0 like are's .
There ani't no way I'll put 2 stroke in my 6.0 no way .
Are injection setups are different for the 6.0 than the 7.3
Someone will chime in here I'm sure that has a lot more knowhow.
I run standalyne performance formula 8 oz. to 30 gal deisel for lubticy,cetane boost,and anti gel,it's all in one most people get a couple more miles to the gal with it also.

JER-1


2 stroke oil works pretty well on 6.0s, and actually 6.0 do pretty well with things other than diesel. I have 20k on Fryer oil on mine.
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I have either some withe or gray bottle power service in mine and two stroke oil. More lube cant hurt anything.
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The only fuel conditioner I use in mine for the last 3 years is the wally world 2 cycle oil. Use it if the fuel is not up to par and harder on fuel. It gives the boost required to pull hard.
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I think these guys and gals runnin 2 stroke are running it in 7.3 motors not 6.0 like are's .
There ani't no way I'll put 2 stroke in my 6.0 no way .
Are injection setups are different for the 6.0 than the 7.3
Someone will chime in here I'm sure that has a lot more knowhow.
I run standalyne performance formula 8 oz. to 30 gal deisel for lubticy,cetane boost,and anti gel,it's all in one most people get a couple more miles to the gal with it also.

JER-1




I run 2-stroke oil in my 6.0 without problems.

What's the issue????
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