Penrite 2T Fully Synthetic 2 Stroke Oil
Whilst my bike is only a 49cc 2 stroke minibike, I wanted maximum performance and efficiency out of it, as it was a fixxer upper/restoration job.
Bike had been sitting unused for quite a while from previous owner. With a fuel tank flush, new fuel and Penrite Fully Synthetic 2T, it now runs clean, idles smooth and starts first time. That's why I choose a fully synthetic oil, and that's why I chose Penrite. Australian and used in top tiers of motorsport in Australia, from V8 Supercars to motorcross/supercross.
Purchased in January 2020 at Supercheap Auto Physical Store for $37.99.
Great oil at a great price (especially when discounted)
I have used Penrite Full Syn POA/Ester for years in 3 bikes and the oil feels as good (engine & gear change) after 7000-10000 kms as the day new oil was put in.
Many friends i ride with have tried the Penrite POA/Ester oils in their bikes and continue to do so as they are also impressed and the price is good.
Viscosity shear is critical in motorcycles with shared engine/transmission and POA/Ester shears less as it does not require lots if any viscosity improver's which get cut to pieces and the oil shears down quickly.
Penrite claim their POA/E...
Purchased for $54.00.
Questions & Answers
Would the MC 4ST 10W-30 PAO & Ester Motor cycle engine oil be suitable for a brand new Honda 4 stroke Commercial lawnmower with GXV160 engine for the ultimate anti wear and longevity?An SAE30 or 10W-30 SJ or higher Is recommended but surely this MC4ST 10W-30 Fully Synthetic would be the ultimate?
Depends what Honda want you to use. Especially from a warranty perspective. Maybe a mineral oil but the Penrite full synthetic would likely be an exceptional oil for the engine.
I would call Penrite's technical dept. They are very approachable and would be able to give you the best answer.
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