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    Legend Lubricants?

    anyone have feedback good or bad on their 2 stroke oil?

    http://www.legendperformance.com/pro...stroke/zx-2sr/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    anyone have feedback good or bad on their 2 stroke oil?

    http://www.legendperformance.com/pro...stroke/zx-2sr/
    One of, if not THE best out there Andy. Search some of BryanP 's threads. He discusses how his motor looks new when torn down. He also discusses the nice "film" it leaves behind even when not in use for some time.

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    Its the best I have ever seen. Leaves a great film on everything. I had a bad crank that had been run in an engine with this oil. I left the crank sit on my garage floor for 4 months and not a spec of rust. I cant say enough good about this stuff. Its all I will ever run. Smells good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyA View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    anyone have feedback good or bad on their 2 stroke oil?

    http://www.legendperformance.com/pro...stroke/zx-2sr/
    One of, if not THE best out there Andy. Search some of BryanP 's threads. He discusses how his motor looks new when torn down. He also discusses the nice "film" it leaves behind even when not in use for some time.
    Yo Art! hey man what`s up!!! how ya been! thanks for the reply, I feel much better now!

    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    Its the best I have ever seen. Leaves a great film on everything. I had a bad crank that had been run in an engine with this oil. I left the crank sit on my garage floor for 4 months and not a spec of rust. I cant say enough good about this stuff. Its all I will ever run. Smells good too.
    That is awesome news Bryan, thank you for the reply. Other than sleders I could find much about the oil. even the BITOG forum couldn`t comment.

    thanks fella`s!
    Last edited by Pale Rider; 06-01-2015 at 10:22 PM.

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    Get the Legend. I promise you wont be disappointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    [... it can sit for several weeks in between rides.

    From what I see on the cylinder bores with my borescope using Amsoil I was pretty surprised and disappointed. ...
    I also switched from Amsoil synthetic 2-stroke oil to Legend ZX-2R a couple of years ago.

    The synthetic 2-stroke oil coating (I did not test them all myself, however) seems to tend to thin out while the engine is just sitting, while the Legend oil seems to coat everything and stay in place nicely.

    It also burns fairly completely while some synthetic oils only partially break down in the combustion chamber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legend product description
    ... distinctive “racing castor” scent ...
    Not sure if there is actual caster bean oil in the product or just a similar smell.

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    It smells awesome!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    It smells awesome!!!!!
    well that is a huge bonus!!!

    I remember back in the dirt bike days using castrol and it smelled like those .049 Cox cars... you were the man when your bike smelled like that, people wanted to follow to bask in the aroma!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    It smells awesome!!!!!
    well that is a huge bonus!!!

    I remember back in the dirt bike days using castrol and it smelled like those .049 Cox cars... you were the man when your bike smelled like that, people wanted to follow to bask in the aroma!
    Yo Andy! What's up brother? You will not be disappointed With the legend oil. Like Bryan says, it smells good too. If you really want to smell a good oil just too smell a good oil, then you need to premix a tank of 92 octane with this Klotz Benol. (racing castor) It's premix only, and I promise you that you will never smell anything like it…
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    Thanks Art!
    Last edited by Pale Rider; 06-01-2015 at 10:23 PM.

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