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Is This Semi-synthetic LUCAS oil good/safe to run in my 2005 KX250

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I just got my first 2 stroke and im just wondering if this oil is any good to run in my bike? I dont race but ride fairly hard in trails and on logging roads.

 

Not sure if this oil is for dirt bikes.

 

I will be mixing 32:1 Gas to oil Ratio

 

The bike came with Ipone oil which is a little more expensive and harder to find.

 

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2005 KX250 

 

Any advice or info would be appreciated. Thanks

 

 

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32:1 seems awfully rich for a 250. I ran my 2007 kx250 at 44:1 or even 50:1, and it held up very well for me.

 

the lucas is very good oil imho.

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We switched over to it also....seems good so far, no complaints excpt for its inexpensive in comparison and can be picked up at nearly every store!! Lol

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I just got my first 2 stroke and im just wondering if this oil is any good to run in my bike? I dont race but ride fairly hard in trails and on logging roads.

 

Not sure if this oil is for dirt bikes.

 

I will be mixing 32:1 Gas to oil Ratio

 

The bike came with Ipone oil which is a little more expensive and harder to find.

 

PICs attached

 

2005 KX250 

 

Any advice or info would be appreciated. Thanks

 

 

 

 

This is what about 120 miles of street/dualsport/trails on one plug looks like:

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but it says right on the bottle.....do not use near heat or source of igniton :banana:

 

 

hmm. that's a tough one. i usually mix at the pump nowadays since my awesome kdsex is street legal, so i'm breaking the rules while i'm not breaking the rules. 

 

or something. 

 

i still like the lucas stuff :D 

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