Oils are of 3 types:
Synthetics can bear a lot of heat variance, can provide great stable viacosity at very hot and cold temperatures and are long life too. These can be very very ezpensive and very long life too like one that lasts 10-20 thousand kms..
But they are meant for new age engines not for our tiny bikes with old tecs... The bikes that we have here in Pk are all wet clutch bikes. Their clutch is smeared in engine oil... And hence semi synthetics/synthetics can easily mess up with your clutch leathers as they have got friction modifiers that can reduce the required friction for clutch plates to operate. Hence... When one buys oil one should try finding one which is right for the bike.
Here in Pk our best bet is a really good mineral oil... Or a semi synthetic/synthetics which supports wet clutches... Which are really rare here.
Synthetics again are very fine oils and can also mess up with oil n weak engine seals... Ur engine can start eating oil up. Usually its not recommended to switch from mineral to synthetic on an old car.
Two strokes need oil on the cumbustion chamber too... So they have double lube system in a sense. However i dont recommend playing too much with oils as 2 strokers are also known for heating up n seizing.
Best for u is, buy the best 2 stroke oil u can afford but buy from an authourised dealer to ensure its genuine
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