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    Amsoil HP Injector 2 stroke oil...discontinued??

    I've been using Amsoil HP Injector for the last couple years in my '97 GP1200. So I went on Amsoil's website this morning to order some more for this summer (along with some oil for my Grizzly 660) and I can't find it. It almost looks like it was replaced with HP Marine Syn oil, but I'm not sure. Anyone heard anything?


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    I think they just renamed it. I used to run the HP injector oil, but when the price went up to 30 bucks a gallon I switched to this. Its a much better oil at roughly the same price.
    http://www.legendperformance.com/pro...2stroke/zx-2r/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    I've been using Amsoil HP Injector for the last couple years in my '97 GP1200. So I went on Amsoil's website this morning to order some more for this summer (along with some oil for my Grizzly 660) and I can't find it. It almost looks like it was replaced with HP Marine Syn oil, but I'm not sure. Anyone heard anything?
    It is reformulated and now called AMSOIL HP Marine Synthetic Oil. https://www.amsoil.com/storefront/hpm.aspx?zo=367509

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    Well dang...I kinda wish there was some sort of announcement.
    So the next obvious question is...can I mix HP Marine with the rest of the HP Injector or should I just drain out the old and replace it with the new?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    Well dang...I kinda wish there was some sort of announcement.
    So the next obvious question is...can I mix HP Marine with the rest of the HP Injector or should I just drain out the old and replace it with the new?
    You can mix it with no problems.

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    Thank you

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    Good to know, HP Injector is what I use(d) as well.

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    I think I get Amsoil emails since I've ordered from them before. Today I got this:

    http://www.amsoil.com/newsfromamsoil...dium=email#HPM

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    We are getting quoted $40+ for a gallon up here in Canada and I need some for my Tennessee trip. If someone wants to PM me pricing, I would appreciate it.

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