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Post  Admin drgaz on Sat 28 Feb - 4:47

I bought a petrol lawn mower brand new, it needs SAE30 grade oil adding to the motor before use,
I have 5 liters of Castrol R on the shelf in the shed can I use this?
As it would smell nice when in use Very Happy
I understand that I would only ever be able to use R once used as its castor based, am I correct? regards Gaz
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Post  JohnW on Sat 28 Feb - 9:43

Admin drgaz wrote:I bought a petrol lawn mower brand new, it needs SAE30 grade oil adding to the motor before use,
I have 5 liters of Castrol R on the shelf in the shed can I use this?
As it would smell nice when in use Very Happy
I understand that I would only ever be able to use R once used as its castor based, am I correct? regards Gaz

Gaz Castrol R would be total unsuitable for a lawn mower engine (I assume its a 4 stroke) you could not change back to a mineral oil without using a flushing oil to clean out the R. Use it at your own peril. Best to put the R on eBay & buy a tin of the correct oil. Lots of classic racers still use R.

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Post  Admin drgaz on Sat 28 Feb - 10:52

Yes I understand john It was just a thought, May be just a tea spoon full in the petrol I do that with my Norton it adds to the flavor.
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Post  barker on Fri 13 Mar - 7:25

that brings back memories some times a old bike goes past that is using Castrol r and that smell. it just brings it all back

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Post  Admin drgaz on Fri 13 Mar - 8:04

i for years put a drop of R in the tank of my xs1100 just to add to the flavor :d\\'-\\':
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