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Old 26th January 2016, 15:00   #421
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There is some left over 800 2t with a dealer here. I doubt you can personally import oil.
By import, I meant hand-carry. I doubt that will be a problem if the quantity is low.

So Motul does not officially supply 800 2T in India. Sad. And I guess, they are not going to start supplying it either, as demand must be low for a fully synthetic 2T oil.
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By import, I meant hand-carry. I doubt that will be a problem if the quantity is low.

So Motul does not officially supply 800 2T in India. Sad. And I guess, they are not going to start supplying it either, as demand must be low for a fully synthetic 2T oil.
You can try hand carrying it. I've not heard of anyone who has done that so far. Look for repsol full synthetic 2t while you're at it.

The 800 was sold officially and was there on the website too but not anymore.
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I've not heard of anyone who has done that so far.
Bringing up an old thread. Last week, I carried a 1 ltr 2T Fully-Synthetic oil in my check-in luggage from Munich to Bangalore. As a precaution, I removed both side stickers and double packed it in plastic bags.
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I used to own a Kawasaki Bajaj RTZ Delta (KA20E1341) from 1992 till 2003. My preferred 2T oil was Castrol Super TT. While at college, the bike used do about 2000 kms a month. Once every 6 months, I used to mix NULON to a tank full of fuel. Amazing difference in acceleration and smoothness. Even the fuel efficiency shot up. Only on my long distance trips, did I mix 2T oil in the petrol tank, that too on a tank full of fuel @ 10 ml per ltr. Have to admit, Castrol Super TT really smoked - unfortunately those days I was ignorant to the dreaded word 'pollution'
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Just got this for my rx100. Its a semi synthetic and reasonably priced too. Anyone else used this please post your review.
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I too had a couple of 2 strokes ( KB125, Honda MBX125F and a Kawasaki AR125)

I used Castrol JetX most of the times and on some occasions used Mobil SuperSynth 2T as it was available in Pune from a dealer back then!
Later on switched to Shell 2T ( regular) and Shell Advance VSX 2T for my RD350.

Nowadays, You do get the regular Shell 2T at the shell pumps. Sadly, no two-strokes with me anymore and am looking out for one!

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