I work for an oil dist. Had a analysis done between Polaris oil and Amoco oil. The only thing different was the blue dye in the Polaris oil. I have been using Amoco in my 97 Ultra since it was new and 0 prob's. Chevron bought Amoco and Chevron just retained the rights of the patent for Amoco's semi synthetic 2 stroke oil. I'll be using Chevron when the Amoco oil run's out! I have a number of friends running this oil as well with no problem's. One took his ski doo apart (it's a ski doo) and was amazed at how clean the motor was. Besides this oil is about half the cost of Manufacturer's oil.
Amoco oil should work in any sled. I have sold it to guy's running Mach Z's, ZR 600's, XLT's, RXL's. I'm not sure what the cost is now, I last bought a couple of year's ago and my cost was $6 a gallon and it came in quart size. I'm not sure who makes the oil for Arctic Cat.
Hey zrt, I don't think we can get amoco in canada, but if you take an empty 4 ltr jug to "sunken boat" they will fill it up with apv synthetic oil cheaper than buying it in the green jug. Or go to "northland" on Paris st. they have cheap prices.
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