Snowmobile Oil, How do you Decide?
Talking about snowmobile oil is sometimes like talking about politics and religion. Its an important topic and an essential part of our snowmobiles. Alot of our snowmobile’s performance, longevity and repair depend on the oil we use or more directly, the quality of that oil.
Brand loyalty or brand refusal is an interesting creature, it all depends on your experience with any particular brand. ONce you have had a good or bad experience with that oil, your mind is made up isn’t it? If you have to repair your Ford or Chevy every week, you quickly choose to stay away from Ford and Chevy. If it always runs and you never have to repair your Ford or Dodge ever, you quickly choose to always stick with the Ford or Chevy. After you make up your mind, how hard is it to have it changed? When talking snowmobile oil, most minds are made up and that results in such passionate conversations about snowmobile oil. In order to change a mind, there has to be good evidence against your current opinion and it seems to require a bit of extra time.
We have had success with a few brands of oil, but in our experiences, one brand continuously rises to the top. Torco and it’s line of Advanced Lubricants continue to steal the show for preventing engine seizures, increasing motor performance, emiting minimal emissions and no power valve restriction. Quite frankly, Torco Oil is amazing in that it provides everything you want in an oil without the sacrifice. Regardless of loyalty, if you feel your sled isn’t at its full power potential or your motor isn’t getting enough protection or your power valves are always sticking, this is a great chance to change your mind about oil. We’re confident you will find what we have found. Visit our online store NetSleds.com to begin your experiment, see what Torco has to offer for 2-Stroke snowmobiles and also for 4-Stroke snowmobiles.