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The Mercury Quicksilver Synthetic Blend 2-Cycle Outboard Oil has advanced formula to maintain peak engine performance even under severe conditions such as extended full throttle, high speed, heavy load and "out-of-the-hole" acceleration.
Mercury Quicksilver Synthetic Blend 2-Cycle Outboard Oil: 1 gallon Advanced formula for extreme marine operating conditions
Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery Model No.: 858031Q01 Shipping Weight (in pounds): 8.0 Product in Inches (L x W x H): 11.8 x 5.1 x 7.5 Assembled in Country of Origin: USA Origin of Components: USA Walmart No.: 551766186
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is this oil the same as Quicksilver OPTI/DFI ?
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The following info is provided to try and be helpful and remind you to follow any owners manual recommendations.. I'm just a guy who wanted to ensure this oil is OK for standard 2 strokes who thinks he finally got to the bottom of this question.. Just got off the phone with Mercury as this question and my searches on the web have driven my all but CRAZY. Quicksilver webpage doesn't have this product even listed. http://www.quicksilver-products.com/water/outboard/lubricants/ As per the nice man at Mercury, this is NOT the same as DFI oil. Bottom line, they offer 2 synthetic blend products. This is a step up from the Premium Plus, but is below the DFI oil. DFI oil will always be deemed the best/suggested oil for OptiMax motors but I guess you don't have to stop boating if you run out of DFI oil on vaction and you can't get DFI oil in the local town. Get the next best Quicksilver you can get. Ok to mix with other Quicksilver 2 stroke oils and he said won't void warranty.. I've read blogs that have said this too in regards to mixing Quicksilver oils.. I suggest you believe what your written warranty is. Another confusing thing around all of this is the web page lists DFI oil as "BEST" for all HP and ranges, yet on the back of the bottle the DFI oil specifically states it is not recommended TCW3 requirements, which is what most non DFI motors require. HUH?? The nice Quicksilver man stated you could probably use DFI in standard 2 stroke , but would be overkill with little to no benefit. For non-DFI motors I personally would save the $10 minimum and follow the DFI oil label and not use it in standard 2 strokes. Me personally, I'm switching to this oil from Yamalube for my 90hp carb'd oil blend 2 stroke. Yamalube is listed as a synthetic blend and I think they use that on ALL Yamaha 2 strokes. At $27 from my local WalMart I'm saving a good $5 / gal. For you OptiMax owners, $35 a gal minimum for DFI oil is no fun. Pay the money and know you've put in the best oil, especially while in the warranty window. From what I've found you can use this oil in DFI's. Even says on the back of my labels "all 2 strokes and DFI".. So I would think this would be ok to run in OptiMax's, but at the end of the day, it's your decision. Hope this helps !!
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