Pro Honda HP2 2-Stroke Racing Oil

Pro Honda HP2 2-Stroke Racing Oil
Pro Honda HP2 2-Stroke Racing Oil

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OnlyRideRed Verified Purchaser
Nor Cal
Pro HP 2

I have always ran HP2 in my 2 strokes. Everything you would expect
from a factory/OEM product. In my opinion it's the best 2 stroke oil.

Pro Honda HP2 2-Stroke Racing Oil
savery1 Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
2 smoke

I liked it so much I now run it in my Chain saw.

Utah, USA
HP2 2 stroke racing oil

Switched to this stuff works great clean burning

1985 YZ 250
mrconservative Verified Purchaser
Indiana, USA
Great Product

I've switched to this oil from Castor 927. It is really clean burning. I like the fact that one bottle mixes 32:1 with 4 gallons of gas. I also like that it turns your fuel blue when mixed, so there's no question that it is mixed. With Castor, the fuel doesn't change color. No plug fouling, excessive smoke, etc. This is a really great product. In fact, I have switched to all Pro Honda products in all our bikes. They make really great stuff.

Grand Rapids, MI
HP2 is my trusted 2-stroke oil

I've been running HP2 in my CR250 for over fifteen years. Never had any problems with it. This website is the cheapest place I've found it.

Honda HP2 oil

Burns clean in my YZ250

motojunkie Verified Purchaser
Guin, AL 35563, USA
Pro Honda HP2 2-Stroke Racing Oil

Just got back to offroad riding, and finding me a place to buy supplies. by far this is the cheapest place to buy this oil. I usually buy by the case, and it averages about $9. here it is only $7.08. you can't beat it any where!!!

Charlie Verified Purchaser
Rhode Island, USA
Great oil great price

Run it at 32:1 in my ktm never a problem crankshaft looks to be holding up well

1 Question
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Location: Utah, USA
Q: Will this work in my 1985 Yz 250 I know they didn't have synthetic back then will this hurt my bike?
Over 7 months ago
Over 6 months ago
A: You can use synthetic on old stuff. Just don't use non synthetic on the new stuff that needs synthetic
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