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  1. Any thoughts on Blendzall Ultra vs. Blendzall Gold Label ?
  2. Uh. Well. I have a cheap point-n-shoot that does video - I strap to my chest - one of my youtube videos has 14,000 views - I think it works great, but does that count for this discussion?
  3. I'm a newbie - I tried to move this topic to Dirt Bike General, thinking it didn't really fit here, but don't know how to delete this one. I apologize for posting it in two discussion boards.
  4. Hello, I've recently started vintage flat track racing on a 73 Yamaha DT (port and frame modifications) and have been running Blendzall Gold Label - one pint to a gallon. It's $8 a pint and I don't really think I need the HP boost, so I'm just looking for an oil I can add to non-ethyl pump premium (or 100+ aviation gas) at a more economical ratio - Do you have any thoughts about running Blendzall Ultra? What ratio - 32:1? Or... should I just quit being a cheapskate and pay the money like the builder recommended ?
  5. I know this is an old topic, but I googled this guy Roger before going to a race and found this thread - which made me understandably wary of the guy. I'm not saying the original poster is incorrect or not saying that his deal wasn't as described, but after meeting the guy Roger Landberg, seeing how the dozens of other people at the track interacted with him and after getting to stay at his house for the weekend and the hospitality he and his wife gave me (and other racers) and the fact that he obviously does not need the money he might get from doing a dirty deal... I just wonder if there might be another side to the story. It just doesn't add up - with what I saw. If this guy was any kind of a scumbag, there's no way so many people would have come up to him, saying how glad they were to see him, and how much they missed him and all that really friendly stuff that I saw. I've been in the company of scumbags before and they are shunned. I asked some of the people I met what they thought of him and every one of them had only nice things to say. Again, sorry the person who started this thread got a bad deal, but, after meeting the man and seeing him with the racers he's known for years, I have to wonder if there isn't more to this story. No offense to anyone above.
  6. Hello, I've recently started vintage flat track racing on a 73 Yamaha DT (port and frame modifications) and have been running Blendzall Gold Label - one pint to a gallon. It's $8 a pint and I don't really think I need the HP boost, so I'm just looking for an oil I can add to non-ethyl pump premium (or 100+ aviation gas) at a more economical ratio - Do you have any thoughts about running Blendzall Ultra? What ratio - 32:1? Or... should I just quit being a cheapskate and pay the money like the builder recommended ?