Two-Stroke Kart Oil
- A popular alternative to Motul Grand Prix 2T and 800-T, as it mixes to similar ratios at a much lower price
- More power and better bearing protection than castor bean oils
- Allows operation at up to -4°C greater cylinder head temperature
- Can be mixed at higher fuel ratios than other kart oils
- Approved for WKA Manufacturers Cup competition
- Chemistry in Two-Stroke Kart Oil and Two-Stroke Race Oil are identical, with different labels
- Contain ester base oils with the highest film strength and affinity for hot metal
- Increased power and excellent scuff protection
- Provides the lubricating qualities of castors, but with exceptional cleanliness
- Low carbon residue dramatically reduces plug fouling and smoke
- Compatible with reformulated fuels
- Each product works in both premix or injection systems
This product is very popular in kart racing for its low friction, clean-burning characteristics, lack of engine wear, and ease of tuning. Due to its efficient nature, racers sometimes choose to use less oil in their fuel mixtures than with other products.
In Rotax racing, most tuners recommend using this product at 150ml per five liters of fuel. This relatively low mixture is due to the low RPMs at which these engines run (no more than 12,500 rpm).
TaG racing involves much higher engine RPM and requires more oil in the mixture. With the Parilla Leopard, Sonic, Maxter, Motori Seven, PRD Fireball, Cheetah, Vortex Rok TT, and similar engines, many tuners report great success with 300ml per five liters of fuel.
In Shifter kart racing, many tuners report success with 225-250ml per five liters of fuel. This includes with Honda 125 and the various ICC engines on the market. These racers also report great success with various Red Line Shockproof gear ois, including Lightweight Shockproof, 80W Motorcycle Gear Oil with Shockproof, and Superlight Shockproof.