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Is Castrol 2T Snow oil any good?

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    Never used it before and it seems kinda thin compaired to Polaris Blue oil, is it any good?

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    http://www.snowmobilefanatics.com/forum/topic/96086/display.aspx
    Read this, it may answer your question.

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    thats all ive ever used is casrol 2t. ive never had a problem.

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    OK, that's good to hear!
    I'll run it.
    Just seems thin.
    Thanks!

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    I know that it is JASO rated. I see it for sell everywhere and it does sounds liquidy when you shake the bottle. I know my father used Castrol back in the early 80s on our old 1970s sleds. I still have an old bottle in the shed.

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    That is what i use never had an issue works well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyzrt600
    thats all ive ever used is casrol 2t. ive never had a problem.
    Ditto for my Polaris. Previous owner used it exclusively too. No issues to date. Note, the Poo doesn't have power valves.

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    According to Indy Dan at Indy specialties,
    it lubes better than synthetics.

    He builds 800 and 900 Poo motors and does warantee the crank and all,
    Until you run synthetic oil, then the warantee is void.
    As he puts it, It lubes better but you have to clean your exhaust valves more often so just do your maintenence.

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