I found this info on a Bulletin Board in T.E.S. Racings Shop
T.E.S. is owned by Tim Sioui who drag races Ski Doo on asphalt and specializes in high performance snowmobiles. I believe the info to be accurate and reliable.
2-Stroke Cycle Snowmobile Oils
Wear Properties of Fluid Lubricants
Falex Pin and Vee Block Method
This is a comparison of anti-wear properties of popular 2 stroke snowmobile oils. This is an American Society for Testing Materials test that is a lubricant industry standard. This particular test incorporates 500 lbs of pressure on a steel pin and vee block for duration of 3.5 hours. There is a 5-minute break-in period with a 300 pound load. The overall wear is expressed in milligrams of lost metal.
The Results were as follows
BG Hi-Performance Snowmobile Oil, Part No. 784S 15.2
Bel-Ray MC-1 47.8
Bombardier XP-SII 66.3
Polaris Premium Gold Synthetic 82.5
Artic Cat Synthetic APV 112.9
Redline 2-Stroke Racing Oil 144.3
Maxima Castor 927 156.4
These Products failed to reach the required testing pressure of 500 pounds.
- Amsoil High Performance 2-Cycle Injector Oil
- Amsoil Series 2000 2-Cycle Racing Oil
- Artic Cat Extreme
- Bombardier Injection Oil
- Fuchs Silcolene Comp 2 Pre Mix
- Klotz Techniplate Snowmobile Oil
- Klotz Techniplate R-50 Racing Oil
- Torco GP-7 Two Stoke Racing Oil
- Yamalube 2-R Racing Oil
This Oil failed 90 minutes into the test.
- Motul 800 Factory Line
This Oil failed 100 minutes into the test.
* Polaris Premium 2-Cycle
Me n the boys use BG!!!!