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Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: upstate ny
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Personally, I wouldn't run ATF as it has friction modifiers and is designed to provide a specific level of lubrication without allowing for slippage. That, and it isn't designed to be burned. 2 Stroke oil on the other hand is designed to be burned, and is ashless. It's sole purpose is to ensure that the moving parts in a 2 stroke stay lubricated. Just get some ASHLESS 2 stroke oil, and run it! It's cheaper, and IMO, better than ATF.
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