Todd talks about how ethanol treatments and clean burning fuels and oils can prolong the life of your outboard and how to check for problems and avoid problems before they happen with your outboard motor on your fishing boat.
Todd is a stud…You see how he put the hammer down on that throttle at the end of the video?
He really did put the hammer down…..like a boss
Nah, but all jokes aside, anyone else ever notice how nearly every oil company advertisement or video, whether it be for boats or vehicles, are kind of just a bunch of smoke and mirrors in themselves? I mean the title of this video is “outboard motor regular maintenance”….i viewed this thinking to learn something helpful. But that’s normally the way it goes with oil advertisements, just one company telling you their product is better than another or that it is “smokeless”…. how about some real info? nearly every tcw3 2 stroke oil says its smokeless, what makes any one product different than the rest?
Now I say all this not to bash Lucas, they make a fine product and I actually do use the very same 2 stroke land and sea oil in my Merc….my point is they claim the same thing all the other oil companies do as well and no company ever offers up any real technical data as to why their oil protects better or leaves behind less carbon deposits. I”m not trying to rant over something like this, just it gets a little old when companies try to “scare” you into using their product or else you risk the integrity of your very expensive outboard powerhead without ever giving solid evidence of the science behind it. C’mon Lucas you can do better than that.
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