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Old 05-14-2009, 03:37 AM   #1
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Default Motorcycle two-stroke oil for added oil in nitro fuel

Has anyone used the two-stroke oil in nitro fuel for break in purposes? To increase the oil content in the fuel?
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Old 05-14-2009, 04:28 AM   #2
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Be careful as some oils won't mix with methanol.If you have a karting shop close by blendzall green label is really good oil.
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I know some use oil from the drugstore, we call it "wonder oil". It is just a plain castor oil.
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If you just add a tiny little bit to much oil, the result might be that your engine flames out all the time when going on throttle... (i've seen it happen, and the engine get's stuck at TDC every time....)
I wonder why you want to add oil... what about just running the engine rich!
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Just asking to see.
I never did it or will do it!!!
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Has anyone used the two-stroke oil in nitro fuel for break in purposes? To increase the oil content in the fuel?
The best thing to add to fuel is TURBINE OIL. This is the oil that is used in jet aircraft engines. It will help any engine not just one that is being broken in. Start off adding just a little (.5%) and if you like what you see you can add more. I always add .5% at a time.

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http://www.bvmjets.com/Pages/Catalog/oil.htm .dis????
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