What is the best VP fuel for 2 stroke?
VP C12 is hands down the best two-stroke fuel you can run.
What oil is used in VP T2?
T2 is pre-mixed at a 40:1 ratio with a top-quality, JASO FD-rated, certified premium two-stroke oil. Although VP does not say what two-stroke oil it uses in the T2 mixture, we would bet it is Maxima.
Who makes VP oil?
A Winning Partnership! VP Lubricants is one of the most powerful brands to be introduced into the petroleum marketplace for decades. Maverick Performance Products entered into a long-term licensing agreement with VP Racing Fuels, Inc. to develop, manufacture, package, distribute and sell VP Lubricants.
Is VP T2 premixed?
Recommended for either stock or modified two strokes, the VP Racing Fuels T2 comes premixed at a 40:1 ratio and is ready to pour right out the can. T2 contains no ethanol, which helps the engine parts last longer.
Is VP 2-stroke oil good?
The VP Racing Fuels 2907 Full Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil offers industry-leading performance in your small engine. The full synthetic oil has a high detergency formula, advanced fuel stabilizers added, and a superb CRC test rating. It’s what makes this lubricant the best in its class!
Can you mix vp110 with pump gas?
You don’t need 110 octane; mixing it is fine. Just try and be fairly consistant with the type of gas you mix with your VP.
Does VP fuel go bad?
VP Small Engine Fuel will remain stable more than two years when kept in its original sealed container. Even after pulling some of the fuel out, you’re looking at about a two-year life as long as you properly re-seal your container.
Is VP T2 oxygenated?
Unlike their popular C12 two-stroke fuel, T2 is oxygenated in order to create more power. Recommended for either stock or modified two strokes, the VP Racing Fuels T2 comes premixed at a 40:1 ratio and is ready to pour right out the can.