Does Mercury make a full-synthetic oil?
Mercury Precision Lubricants engine oils outperform automotive oils in marine applications due to their specialized additive packages designed specifically for marine environments. They’re available in 10W-30, 25W-40 and 25W-50 grades and in mineral, synthetic blend and full-synthetic formulas.
What oil should I use in my Mercury 2 stroke engine?
Mercury® Premium Plus 2-Stroke Synthetic Blend Marine Engine Oil brings a specially formulated design with a marine additive package to meet the needs of low- to mid-horsepower outboard engines.
Can you use synthetic oil in an outboard motor?
It’s a bit more expensive, but depending on how much you use your boat, synthetic engine oils can last an entire boating season.” As Becker mentions, another advantage of synthetics is extended oil life. With the greater durability of full-synthetic oils, boat engines can go longer between drain intervals.
What is the best outboard 2 stroke oil?
Our top pick for the best two-stroke oil is the Lucas Oil Semi-Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil. It comes in a wide range of different sizes and works well in a number of different two-stroke engines. If you’re looking for our best value pick, check out the Pennzoil Marine XLF 2-Cycle Oil.
What is the oil to oil ratio for a Mercury outboard motor?
As a general rule of thumb, add three ounces of Mercury 2 stroke premium outboard motor oil for each gallon of gas.
Can you mix synthetic and 2 stroke oil?
Yes. There is no danger mixing synthetic and conventional motor oil. However, conventional oil will detract from the superior performance of synthetic oil and reduce its benefits.
Do outboard motors need special oil?
What Kind Of Oil Do You Put In An Outboard Motor? All marine engines should use FC-W FourStroke (25W-40) Oil 25W40. This oil is suitable for use in all four-stroke engines. Marine four-stroke applications, including outboards, MerCruisers, sterndrives, and inboard engines, are all supported by this oil.