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Anyone using this oil?
My buddy swears by it. I see Snow Tech uses it in test sleds with good results.
Any input?
Sorry Snow Tech does use Tundra R.
Does anyone else?
SKI-DOO ROCKS!!

Edited by - 700ZXM on 19 Oct 2001 06:46:00
 

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its all ive used for about 5 years, seems to be okay, have no clue whats in my xlt, probably polaris oil, but ive always used injex, i know around here thats what all of us use

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Do you think Synjex would be better with a Polaris valved motor? I am actually thinking of using Maxima TundraR, based on Snow Tech's article. Interestingly enough, Blade recommends Injex. I wonder it that was before they got the motors with valves though.

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I use ski-doo oil on my Saffaris. I'm pretty much of the oppinion that if oil doesnt smoke bad, and it doesnt foul plugs, and if the motor doesnt seize... then its good enough for me!

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I use the Ski Doo Synthetic Oil becuase of the exaust valves. I was told synthetic keeps them clean. Works like a charm - no engine troubles. However, it smells real bad. I am concerned about changing oil because the new Doos burn so little. There's a whole discussion on it. Can't remember if its on snowmobileworld.com or snowmobilenews.com. Anyway, hate to switch when I'm having good luck, but supposedly the Maxima TundraR is a very high quality oil that does not stink. Of course, I believe everything I read, so there you go!

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