Strenuous conditions define the normal operating environments of snowmobiles and boats. Without the right lubrication, two-stroke snowmobile engines and outboard motors run hotter, accumulate deposits and suffer a reduction in performance. AMSOIL Synthetic 2-Stroke Injector Oil offers the convenience of one formula for the tough conditions of all two-stroke recreational equipment. It is tested and proven to minimize wear and deposits that can damage internal components. AMSOIL Synthetic 2-Stroke Injector Oil provides quality and affordability for cost-conscious enthusiasts who want the benefits of synthetic two-stroke oil.
AMSOIL Synthetic 2-Stroke Injector Oil reduces wear and maximizes engine life. Its high lubricity and reliable film strength help protect against piston scuffing and bearing wear.
AMSOIL Injector Oil is clean burning. It is fortified with high-temperature detergent and dispersant additives and naturally resists harmful deposits that cause ring-sticking, ring-jacking and exhaust power valve sticking. AMSOIL Injector Oil is ideal for direct-injection outboard motors, snowmobiles and personal watercraft (PWC).
AMSOIL Injector Oil provides cold-temperature fluidity with a pour point lower than -60°F. Rapid oil flow on cold starts ensures oil reaches vital components quickly and helps prevent damaging, dry starts.
- Ideal for outboard motors and snowmobiles
- Protects against rust and wear
- Controls deposits
- <-60°F pour point
AMSOIL Synthetic 2-Stroke Injector Oil is recommended for use in all two-stroke outboard motor and snowmobiles. Meets the requirements for warranty protection protection by BRP®/Evinrude®/Johnson®/Ski-Doo® • Polaris® • Mercury® • Arctic Cat® • Yamaha® • Suzuki® • Kawasaki® • Mariner® • Force®
Use as injection oil or 50:1 pre-mix (2.6 oz. per U.S. gallon of gas).
For Evinrude factory-lean setting, use AMSOIL HP Marine Synthetic 2-Stroke Oil.
AMSOIL Synthetic 2-Stroke Injector Oil is compatible with most conventional and synthetic two-stroke oils; however, for best performance, mixing oils should be minimized.