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Old 02-21-10, 06:58 PM
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anyone using Supertech 2 stroke oil to premix?

I couldnt find much info on the net about this oil or anything, just curious if anyone is using this stuff? I tend to opp for castrol but just curious since a gallon of it is supposedly cheap.
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I'm using it, I read somewhere that as long as the oil is rated TWC-3 you are fine. All the 2 stroke oil composition is a majority the same.

Don't take only my word for it though, let some other people chime in.
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i use castrol premix. i feel its one of the better ones.
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i'm another supertech user.
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I have heard that the Supertech is one of the better premixes out there, I plan on switching to either that or Castrol once I run out of my gallon of Quicksilver premium marine.
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i use it. why supertech specifically... idk. whatever though must be good if alot of other people use it.
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I use the Walmart TCW-3 two stroke oil for premix.
Haven't had any problems.
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i use it as well
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It's cheap, and there's a walmart like 5 minutes from me and the gas station I usually use is down the street from walmart, so why not?

Walmart 2stroke = Supertech, lol.
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just picked up a gallon.. havent ran it yet because i still got half a bottle of other stuff.
But it looks good, and its blue/similar to the castrol stuff in terms of visual. Kinda sick of dropping 4-5 bucks a bottle on castrol.
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i've run the supertech 2 stroke oil for at least 5 years now, no issues.
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I ran it for 2 1/2 years in my 1st FC and 1 year in my SA before I put a Sterling Nikki on and just let the Royal Purple 20-50 do all the work. 9 bucks a gallon so you can't go wrong. I put about 16 oz per tank.
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I use supertech when I premix.
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used it here for 2+ years on my daily beatin TII and never had a prob!! motor was clean when it went to get bridgeported also!
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