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

$7.49 - $22.99
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Item #MXM001I

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20 Reviews
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Verified Purchaser
Amazing

Works great and the price is great compared to other brands

Verified Purchaser Top 100
Ohio, USA
Only 2 cycle oil to buy!

I have used Maxima for years in all my 2 strokes and it works great! I have never had any issues while using this and the engine runs very clean. I would highly recommend this to anyone with a 2 stroke. Only oil to use!

Verified Purchaser
Madison, WI, USA
Great product

I normally use 927 but cannot during winter months so I switch to this as it does not have issues in weather below freezing. 927 will separate from gas at really low temps so does not work for ice riding.

Verified Purchaser
New Mexico
Best value out there

Ran Motul 800 for probably 15 years in my MX bikes. Tried Super M in my dual sport KDX200, which is probably even more demanding of an application than motocross, and I found that it offers the same excellent protection I get from Motul at a lower price. Protects against piston scuffing, keeps the power valves clean. Now I run it at 32:1 in all of my two strokes.

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.

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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.

Best

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

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Collins GA

Best 2 stroke oil ever used

Verified Purchaser
Only premix I use

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

Verified Purchaser
Good Oil

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

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RM250rider
Q: Can I switch without a problem?
Over 4 years ago
I use the Maxima Castor 927 in my RM250. Can I switch to a synthetic blend (Maxima Super M) without any problems?
MotoSportGrantK
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years 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.
89HFzcr
Over 4 years 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..
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Single / 16oz 20916
Single / 1 Liter 20901
Single / 64oz 20964