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Old 08-24-2010, 08:16 AM   #16
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you mean that cheap stuff?

wow never thought about that

Yes, Singer light machine oil..I only us it for long term storage but it has never hurt any of my engines, filled cranks, or not
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Old 08-24-2010, 08:43 AM   #17
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Gmk supply afterlife after run oil. It's great stuff.
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Old 08-24-2010, 08:49 AM   #18
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evolution engines makes some good blue oil.
Yep evolution engines blue block.

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Gmk supply afterlife after run oil. It's great stuff.
I use one of the two quoted. The GMK and blue block are very good. I only use any after run for long term storage and engine assembly.
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I use one of the two quoted. The GMK and blue block are very good. I only use any after run for long term storage and engine assembly.
naa naa, i use it alil more then that....You need to go and schooled by the master at rac.
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naa naa, i use it alil more then that....You need to go and schooled by the master at rac.
LMAO that's funny.
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Red after run oil is marvel mystery oil.....

used it for 10+ years without a problem even for marine engine storage..... they rust 10x faster than car engines due the the higher nitro and water involved. if you dont disassemble and oil a marine engine every race your bearings will be toast in a couple weekends, then the sleeve.... game over
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Used a bunch of oils and ricks stuff at rbmods is probably the best for sure .

No petroleum based products with silicone filled cranks for storage , use synthetic lubricants and u should be fine
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+1 on Ricks ARO, I have used it for years and is the best IMO.
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Just don't tout his black oil, houston...could put guys like you outta' business...

Gallons and gallons and gallons....this stuff IS the magic elixir...
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Just don't tout his black oil, houston...could put guys like you outta' business...

Gallons and gallons and gallons....this stuff IS the magic elixir...
That engine slick is killer stuff when properly applied
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