Lucas Oil Semi Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil

Lucas Oil Semi Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil
Lucas Oil Semi Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil

$2.39 - $32.99

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Item #LUO000H

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Joey
Avoid using

I have used this product in three 125cc dirt bikes and the top end locked up or completely lost compression in the first hour of riding.

Bobw Verified Purchaser
Waynesfield, Ohio
Lucas two stroke oil

Virtually no smell upon opening. Light odor from bike. Good lubrication,
no plug fowling. Lucas is a current leader in the racing industry for good reasons .

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Q: Is this oil good for a Yamaha blaster 1988 2 stroke and does it go right in the gas tank?
1 year 3 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 3 months ago
A: Yes the Lucas Oil Semi Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil will work in your 1988 Yamaha Blaster. I would personally would recommend and run the Yamalube 2R Two Stroke Oil.
PETE
Q: Will this work good in my 2001 CR125?
Over 3 years ago
I just purchasec a 2001 CR125 from a friend and its in need of a deffinate oil change. Will lucas semi synthetic 2-cycle oil work good fpr me?
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: This specific oil is going to be what you would mix in the gas for your 2-stroke bike. This is not the oil that goes in side the crankcase for the clutch and transmission. If you are looking to change the transmission oil in your 2001 Cr125, I have always had great luck with the Bel-ray 80W Gearsaver.
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