i don't use it as of right now but some of my friends do so i will ask them about this...thanks in advance.
I second that. Ran it one year and that was enough for me.i use shell advance in mine.14.99 per gallon.over 9000 miles on it with no troubles.my buddy uses ams and i can't follow him,i find the odour gives me a wicked headache. [/b]
I guess I got robbed[/b]
I made the switch to Citgo this season as well. I know that your lucky enough to live in Alaska and all but here I pay $9 a gallon, we can't always ride but we do get some good deals once in a whileI think not! I only wish we could buy Polaris Blue for that price. Locally the Blue sells for $28 a gallon while the VES is $15/quart - we can't get two gallons of of it for under $100. It sounds like a steal to me.
I have Citgo Sea and Snow shipped in for right around $105 for five gallons. Lots of miles on lots of machines says it is all that is needed in non-valved engines.[/b]
I have to agree with you on that. Weed Eater, push mower, riding mower, snowblower, all cars in the family, chainsaw, etc. What I love about Amsoil is the detailed information available on the product, the detailed testing, and the performance guarantees. It always does EXACTLY what Amsoil says it will do. I changed to Amsoil in my car Nov 2005. Now (march 16/07) I'm still running that original oil, with 18,000 km on it now, and lab testing still reports the oil is good. Amsoil might be a tad more expensive than some other brands on the shelf, but nobody else does it better, and in the long run it's CONSIDERABLY cheaper on the pocket.What DONT I use Amsoil in? We run it in Dodgzilla, the sleds, chainsaw, whipper snipper, outboard motors, and the lawnmower. We are dealers as well save the $50 bones on the first order.[/b]