The quicksilvers viscosity (def = resistance to flow)is to high to be used as an injection oil at the temperatures snowmobiles are ran at, you might be able to get away with premixing it but just a hassle. In a boat at 60*F I'd trust it, at -5*F in my new sled he// no! There are many quality snowmobile oils out there I wouldn't want to experiment with oils.
Quicksilver is a great 2cycle oil don't get me wrong. I use it in my dads outboard, but it is expensive.
I used amsoil series 2000, just switched to KLOTZ, I like the smell better!
I run Amsoil exclusively in all of my high performance toys...my mx bike being the highest and Amsoil keeps saving my ass as I unforgivingly rev the piss out of that motor. I use to run another synthetic and the wear was grossly unbelievable so I switched back to the higher priced, better quality Amsoil...
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