2-Cycle Land & Sea Oil TC-W3

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2-Cycle Land & Sea Oil TC-W3

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Lucas High Performance Semi-Sythetic 2-Cycle Land & Sea Oil TC-W3 has been specifically developed for Motorcycles, ATVs, Go Karts, Personal Watercraft, Outboards, Snowmobiles, Weed Eaters and Chain Saws. Mix ratio is 50:1.

A "TRUE" Smokeless Formula, Lucas 2-Cycle Land & Sea Oil TC-W3 is specially formulated with high quality base oils fortified with a Lucas ashless detergent inhibitor package to minimize spark plug fouling, pre-ignition, ring sticking and combustion chamber deposits. For more specific information on each racing oil please review our product specification sheets.

Primary Application

  • 2-Stroke Outboards
  • 2-Stroke Personal Water Craft

Key Benefits

  • Surpasses Mercury, Evinrude and Johnson Motors requirements
  • Expect longer ring life, less fuel consumption and no filter clogging
  • Excellent rust protection
  • Prevents piston and cylinder scuffing
  • Meets or exceeds industry performance requirements

Packaging

  • #10467 - 1 Quart (Case of 6) - 13 lbs
  • #10469 - 5 Gallon Pail (1 Pail) - 40 lbs
  • #10470 - 55 Gallon Drum (1 Drum) - 440
  • #10557 - 1 Gallon (Case of 4) - 33 lbs

Documentation

Technical Data Sheet Technical Data Sheet
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet

Karl Thomas uses Lucas Fuel Treatment for 1999 Chevrolet, Astro Van

I have seen your product around for sometime but figured it was nothing more than the stuff you see on T.V., which I have wasted many dollars on. I’ve tried them ALL.

I have a 1999 Chevrolet, Astro Van with 60,000 miles on it and have gotten, almost every time, 16.7 mpg from the get-go. On my last oil change I thought, what the heck, I'll spend the extra $6.95 and see what happens. Well, having 2 cars, I thought I'd just use a half-quart in the Van and wait 1 tank before adding it to the car. Three tanks later on the van I have gotten 19.2 mpg on the highway and 18.8 mpg in the city (lots of stop lights, and 19.2). WOW, a product that does what it says. So it has paid for itself 177 times over? Can that be right? Let's see, 19.06 - 16.7 = 2.5 times 25gal times 3 tanks = 177. Well you get the idea.

Foot Note: The first time I started the van up, the motor sounded healthier. I knew right there I was on to something. It felt like I had invented the wheel. And to think I waited all that time to try LUCAS OIL. I hate to do the math on what I have lost not trying it earlier.

Thanks,

SFC Karl H. Thomas
Bastrop, Texas

Bastrop, Texas

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