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Sir Tech

Sir Tech -

Dale,

Thanks for writing in.

The Bel-Ray S2 2-Stroke Oil has been discontinued and replaced by the Bel-Ray 2T Mineral Engine Oil.  Either of these mineral oil based products will work in the injector system of your Suzuki LT80. The premier Bel-Ray product we would recommend for the injector system is the Bel-Ray Si-7 Full Synthetic 2T engine Oil.

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SirTech

Sir Tech -

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You can switch to Bel-Ray H1R Racing 100% Synthetic Ester 2T Engine Oil mixed at 40:1 from Bel-Ray MC-1 Racing Full Synthetic 2T Engine Oil mixed at 50:1 without any problems.  Run the engine out of gas / oil mixture and add the H1R mixed at 40:1.  We recommend using H1R in your KTM 250 as it is formulated for 2 cycle engines equipped with power valve systems.  The H1R will help keep the power valve system clean so the engine can produce maximum power.

Thanks for using Bel-Ray Performance Products.

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SirTech

Sir Tech -

John,

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The Bel-Ray EXS Full Synthetic 0W-40 is formulated for wet clutch performance.  After you use up the EXS 0W-40 that is in stock (this product has been discontinued) You can use the Bel-ray EXS Full Synthetic Ester 4T Engine Oil 5W-40 which will also provide excellent cold start protection and wet clutch performance.

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SirTech

Sir Tech -

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The transfer case of your Yamaha Warrior calls for GL-4 SAE 80 gear oil.  We recommend you use Bel-Ray Gear Saver Hypoid Gear Oil 80W-90 in your transfer case down in Fla. where the temperatures get quite warm.  The Bel-Ray Gear Saver Hypoid Gear Oil 85W-140 is a little too heavy for this application.

Regards,

SirTech