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Old 10-26-15, 10:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Rob XX 7 View Post
oh jeez here we go again lol


Well would you rather I lie? I'm here to share my experiences not hide them in favor of pride. Were going to revamp the car for next season as well, which includes a new engine. So I'll let you guys know what we find when we open her up
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Thanks Aaron. Keep us updated.
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Any updates on best premix oil options?
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any update guys?

so far it seems like
Motul 800 Ester 2T synthetic will mix well with E85

what about Redline 2stroke alcohol?
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Originally Posted by Alpine View Post
any update guys?

so far it seems like
Motul 800 Ester 2T synthetic will mix well with E85

what about Redline 2stroke alcohol?
The motul mixed but left less... but left the same gooey crap.

The redline 2 stroke alcahol is The only premix that didn't leave the crap👍
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I seem to recall Evinrude Johnson being one option as well.
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Old 08-11-17, 04:31 PM
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i just came across this today

Top Lube for E85?

it even comes in different scents !
UPPER CYLINDER LUBRICANTS

seems like this will work much better than the 2stroke oils.
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Originally Posted by Alpine View Post
i just came across this today

Top Lube for E85?

it even comes in different scents !
UPPER CYLINDER LUBRICANTS

seems like this will work much better than the 2stroke oils.
If you read the comments on that article, Mike Kojima mentioned that although many teams were using top lube, the rotary FD teams (Mad Mike, Kyle Mohan, ect) were all still running Redline full synth 2-stroke oil as premix.
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Originally Posted by Shainiac View Post
If you read the comments on that article, Mike Kojima mentioned that although many teams were using top lube, the rotary FD teams (Mad Mike, Kyle Mohan, ect) were all still running Redline full synth 2-stroke oil as premix.

Not necessarily true.... I work right next to Mike Kojima. They just recently started using it scarcely. Worked for Mad Mike and we didn't run Ethanol ever. We were always on 109. So we ran Castro premix. No clue what Kyle Mohan runs.
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So I was reading an article from last year where some seriously hardcore rotary racers in New Zealand swear by Castrol R30 for methanol and E85 pre-mix fuel use, including long term storage. It seems as though NZ is the only place you can actually purchase Castrol R30 any more. I thought that seemed a bit strange.
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