Using A SYNTHETIC at the beginning will cause your rings never to seat
Originally Posted by MountainMage
:::Stumbles through the finish line hitting the ground breathing manically:::
I can't believe I made it through this novel of a thread whoo.. I'm getting my new Grubee Super rat 66cc tomorrow and I'm seriously considering running 100:1 from the beginning. A couple posts back someone mentioned getting a smaller carb jet. Does anyone else think this is necessary?
The AMSOIL sponsoring mechanic who has a radio car-talk show here urges you to break your new motor in with conventional lubrication.
In an AUTOMOBILE he said several thousand miles. Since we are using a 2 stroke which has twice as many power strokes and only 1 cylinder I am confident the China-Motor-manufacturer's "destructions" to be gentle for a tank or two will be good before switching to full synthetic
I went 4 tanks on a new motor and when the label peeled off'n the motor I noticed it started easily and it was broke in
I am using AMSOIL now