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AMSOIL in an outboard

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It's a double post, but I was not sure were to ask it...

I have an older ('76) 35hp Johnson outboard that runs 50:1 premixed fuel. This past winter I ran AMSOIL in my auger and was very happy with the results. Now it is springtime and getting to be openwater season and I am wondering...

Can I run Saber at 100:1 in an outboard motor? Or will I blow it up? Mabe there is something better?

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There are 2 different Saber 2-cycle oils.

Saber Professional is for air-cooled pre-mix engines only - auger, chain saw, string trimmer, blower, etc. Do NOT use in your outboard.

Saber Outboard is for water-cooled pre-mix - i.e. - outboards. An 8-oz bottle will mix a 6-gallon can of gas, also available in quarts. You will get the same great performance with this as you got with the Saber Professional in your auger!

Another choice - HP Injector is for all the oil injected 2-stroke outboards. HP Injector can be used as a 50-1 pre-mix oil.

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Neighbor_guy, Oilman's right again. I run a '77 Jonny 35 on a 24' pontoon, mixed at 100:1 using Saber Outboard. You won't regret the switch to Amsoil, more power, no stink and the motor just plain runs better. Just my $.02 Phred52

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