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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Opti-2 100:1 mix

This is an old discussion, but I'll bring it up for those who haven't heard of this.

Are all used to running our bikes just fine on a 24:1 or 32:1 mix, but some claim to be able to run on a 100:1 mix using Opti-2 oil.  Now I'm still a bit skeptical, but I may have the cajones to try this soon once I've gone through the tank of 32:1 sitting in my garage. 

So what could a 100:1 mix do for us?  Well, it would mean more gasoline and less oil burning during the combustion process, and it would mean cleaner exhaust.

1 comment:

  1. Till you stick a ring and seize a crank bearing, the oil in the fuel lubricates these engines, 100:1 would be too much gas to oil