Maxima Super M 2-Stroke Oil

Maxima Super M 2-Stroke Oil
Maxima Super M 2-Stroke Oil

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Illinois, USA
Good, but staying with Castor927

This is good premix but my engine stays cleaner with Maxima Castor927 so I'm going to stick with that.

faceplant Verified Purchaser
2stroke Spookytooth bicycle rider.
Not just protection

MotoSport is not the first brand of synthetic oil that I have purchased but so far the better one, and better than the normal oil. It is not just protecting the engine, from my experiences so for with a synthetic I have noticed a better running machine a longer lasting fuel consumption, I have also noticed the engine does seem to run a bit cooler, witch adds to the life of the engine. after using a synthetic I could never go back to a non synthetic, Its just a better way to preserve what ever you are driving or ridding. I would and have recommended a synthetic, and I would, and have recommend MotoSPORT.


this stuff is awesome but every thing i run is maxima becase its the BEST! thx MOTOSPORT

buckhunter Verified Purchaser
Collins GA

Best 2 stroke oil ever used

Yoyo Verified Purchaser
Only premix I use

Best stuff, been using it for years. Smells Hella good when it burns.

89HFzcr Verified Purchaser
Good Oil

Used this product for 9 years now in all my two strokes, never had a problem. Good stuff.

Jerry Verified Purchaser
Las Vegas, NV, USA
2 Stroke oil in a 4 stroke???

I have been using Maxima SuperM in my WR450 for about a year now. I run it at 128 to 1. Seems to run cooler and smother. No harm no foul. Plug that is.

kx125rider Verified Purchaser

Burns clean and smells great.

wireless1 Verified Purchaser

I've been using this stuff for over 10 years now and it has always satisfied. Performs great and never any issues. What more could you want?

Ramona, CA 92065, USA
The only oil I will use

They don't call it super M for nothing.I have four 2 strokes and the only oil I will put in them is Maxima Super M.Ive been using Super M for over 20 years and when I do a top end the piston looks pretty good.If your not riding in the power band your not riding a 2 stroke.

Pastorbuck Verified Purchaser
Little Valley, NY 14755, USA
Great 2-stroke oil

After trying several different brands and types of mixing oil, I gave super m a try. Simply put, I will never use anything else again. This stuff is great. It burns super clean. Recently I took my pipe off to change the o-ring and I peaked inside at the piston, cylinder and power valve. No goop. Nice and shiny. Beautiful. And if anything, my bike is jetted a hair rich and I lug it around more than I ride it on the pipe. Great oil. Very, very, good.

Mr1offroader Verified Purchaser
Hobart Indiana
Good premix oil reasonably priced

Good clean burning premix oil with minimal drool

blaster Verified Purchaser
Best oil

this is the best oil on the market for a 2 stroke and recommended to me by a 2 stroke racing engine builder. motosport is selling this at the best price !

GLDfromTN Verified Purchaser
Tennessee, USA
Maxima Super M

Great 2 stroke oil. Never fouls plugs. Great engine protection for my KDX220. I won't use anything else. Good price too.

soulvillemusic Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Runs clean! Less spooge!

Just ran this stuff for the first time at an off road race. I have been running Motorex in my '12 KTM 250xc and have typically gotten some spooging out of the silencer at a 50-1 mix. I noticed there was a lot less smoke and when all was said and done almost no spooge on the silencer. That's a first.

While I could not tell a performance difference per se, the price vs. Motorex and the lack of smoke and spooge is enough to make me switch to this oil.

ny2strokemayhem Verified Purchaser
New York, NY, USA
Good oil

very good oil recommended by many riders

Specialkrat Verified Purchaser
Longmont CO
Great Oil!

I have used this oil for over 19 years! I have used in many bikes from a 1989 KX500, 1992 CR250, 1994 RM250, 1996 CR250, 1997 CR500, 1998 KX250, 1998 KDX220 and a 2000 CR250. I used to mix 40 to 1 but have been mixing 32 to 1 lately. In either ratio the power valves will come apart with ease for maintenance and are easy to clean. I have had no piston ring, rod bearing or cylinder failures with this oil. I also do not have much spooge at the silencer with the ratio at 32 to 1 and the proper jetting. I have tried other oils trying to save a few pennies and noticed a lot more spooge but soon went back to Super M. I didn't use the other oils long enough to do a power valve comparison as knew this oil was good and just saved up a few more pennies! A great oil and will continue to use!

Knoxville, TN
Great oil!

When I first got my 2stroke I was confused on which oil to use and finally just decided on Maxima Super M, well I'm glad I did. It's a great oil and will reuse again for times to come.

77luke77 Top 1000 Contributor
orange county, CA
Really good oil.

I love this oil because it keeps my bike running good.

Springfield, OR
Great Value!

Bought two of these for this summer to ride. Great price! Great product.

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5 Questions
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Q: Can I switch without a problem?
2 years 2 months ago
I use the Maxima Castor 927 in my RM250. Can I switch to a synthetic blend (Maxima Super M) without any problems?
MotoSport Staff Expert Top 1 Contributor
2 years 2 months ago
A: Yes, you should not have a problem using Maxima Super M 2-Stroke Oil in your 2006 Suzuki RM250. Just be sure to reference your owners manual for the recommended premix ratio.
Over 8 months ago
A: I used 927 for years, after some research and discussing with the Maxima tech line. I discovered I was wasting my money.. Unless you are running seriously modified engines, extreme porting, raised compression, etc. Super M is a better choice. I changed over to it exclusively in all my 2 Strokes over 9 years ago and have had no issues. I do run aftermarket pipes and reeds, but very few other engine mods..
Location: las vegas
Q: What ratio should I run in a 2004 cr250?
2 years 7 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: I would recommend checking your owners or service manual for the exact specifications for your bikes Pre-Mix Ratio. Most 2-Strokes will require a 32:1 Mix Ratio but it may vary slightly depending on the exact model.
Location: Gilbert, AZ, USA
Q: What t ratio should I mix this in my cr 125?
Over 3 years ago
32:1 is what I normally mix it but I want to know if I should mix a different ratio
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: If you have been running 32:1, stick with 32:1 with this oil also. If you are switching brands of premix, make sure you drain the fuel tank of the old fuel and premix before using a new oil.
Q: Is this what you mix in your gas for 2 strokes?
Over 7 years ago
Over 7 years ago Location: pittsfield
A: yes
Top 100 Contributor Top 250 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: Watkinsville, Ga
A: Yes you can mix it with gas or install it in your crank.
Top 1000 Contributor
Q: Is it fully, semi, or non-synthetic?
Over 8 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago
A: Super M is an Ester-based synthetic blended pre-mix oil.
Over 3 years ago Location: Tennessee, USA
A: Maxima Super M is a synthetic blend - semi synthetic.
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