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Castrol claims that this stuff "... bonds to all metal parts to give protection in all weather conditions. Cleans carbon deposits. Noticeable regeneration after only 1 hour of use due to reduction of Carbon deposits from using other oils." This quote comes from the Royal cataloge. Any comments. The stuff is also pretty cheap.
 

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I guess this stuff is pretty new. Has anybody seen it pushed at their dealers? I'm planning on switching to Castrol regular but would consider this stuff if it does what they say. I wonder if Canadian Tire will carry it?
 

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I think castrol actevo will be a great oil. It has a magnetic property to it that sticks to the cylinder walls so you have zero dry starts. However im not going to use it yet. it is brand new and im gonna wait till more stuff is known about it.

However this might be the future of oils.
 

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I'll stick to the Amzoil, Castrol 2 cycle oils have never impressed me yet. !!!
 

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i gotta agree w/ ya mxz900.
 

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I used castol syntec 2 cycle on my 500MXZ. 9000km later perfect 150 compression, and never had a sticking rave valve.

But ill also stick with amsoil.
 

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No reason to screw with a good thing.
Amzoil works !!!
 
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