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They get hard and brittle with time and engine heat and then pop off the pump or carb and now there is no oil in your engine.
Is there any merit to just disabling the oil injection and pre mixing? I did this with my old 2 stroke quad because I didn't trust it lolThey get hard and brittle with time and engine heat and then pop off the pump or carb and now there is no oil in your engine.
I have a piston on my desk i can show you . I keep it as a reminder of my first boat.
I also keep a spark plug that got so hot towing the exciter through the Appalachian mountains it welded together. Dodge Dakota v8 just wasn't up to the task. Hopefully my desk doesn't add more items anytime soon!
Many people do it and it will run just fine, however the pump is variable speed and gives the engine more oil when needed and less when not needed. When working as intended it is the ideal. Plus, when you crank your engine over it gets oil immediately wheras with premix i would highly recommend a primer or an electric pump system.Is there any merit to just disabling the oil injection and pre mixing? I did this with my old 2 stroke quad because I didn't trust it lol