Recent breakthroughs in the use of radioactive trace elements in Two-Cycle engine oil have enabled Maxima to develop this research report.
Tests were made using these gas/oil ratios: 25:1, 40:1, and 60:1. The figures below reflect a 41.6:1 oil/gas ratio - an average taken from the three test ratios.
|Oil Migration elapsed time thru entire engine||600 Seconds||105 Seconds||4 Seconds|
|Oil migration dwell times / location||
|% of unburned oil & oil combustion products discharged in exhaust gas||98.6%||99.4%||99.7%|
Of the remaining oil in the engine after it is stopped, 4.5% is retained on the piston/skirt and cylinder wall (1); 4.5% on the piston ring (2); 1.3% on the piston pin bearing (3); and 2.5% is retained in the crankcase, and 63.2% is retained on other components, such as rod and cylinder wall surfaces.
|Recreational||MotoCross / Enduro / X-Country||Road Racing / Flat Track / TT|
|50 - 125cc||50-60:1||25-32:1||20-25:1|
|125 - 250cc||50-60:1||32-40:1||20-32:1|
Maxima Recommends: Oil/gas ratio must vary according to anticipated use: