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Old 11-06-2019, 09:56 PM   #331 (permalink)
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Old 11-06-2019, 09:59 PM   #332 (permalink)
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Did we hit 400 yet?????

Mmmmmmm, who needs sex lube when you have Klotz?

In all seriousness, I run that shit in everything. I love the stuff. Been using it forever! No issues. Love the smell. APV valves clean up easily. Pours well every time I've used it.
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Old 11-06-2019, 10:04 PM   #333 (permalink)
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Did we hit 400 yet?????

Mmmmmmm, who needs sex lube when you have Klotz?

In all seriousness, I run that shit in everything. I love the stuff. Been using it forever! No issues. Love the smell. APV valves clean up easily. Pours well every time I've used it.
If those freaking candles wouldn't be so damn expensive, i would get few!!
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Old 11-06-2019, 11:02 PM   #334 (permalink)
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They cost almost as much as a gallon of poo liquid gold!
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Old 11-07-2019, 07:16 AM   #335 (permalink)
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Did we hit 400 yet?????

Mmmmmmm, who needs sex lube when you have Klotz?

In all seriousness, I run that shit in everything. I love the stuff. Been using it forever! No issues. Love the smell. APV valves clean up easily. Pours well every time I've used it.


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For some crazy reason i think if polaris would make their oil burn with the same stinky aroma as klotz there wouldn't be a need for guys to use anything else....with that being said, i rest my case.

Gotta admit that if this was the case, I'd probably find myself using the shop exhaust vents a little less.


One of the best memories I have was on an (off topic) '86 ATC250R I used to race a long time ago. It utilized an '85 engine due to the cylinder ports, and had quite a bit of machine work done to the cylinder and a radically milled head - IIRC I calculated it at around 12-13:1 up from the stock 8:1. That thing would flat out launch you right off the machine if you kicked it wrong or didn't bring it up on compression. It had a flatslide carb with a 1/4 turn twist throttle and an LRD exhaust, so it not only sounded amazing but it was a literal handful. I ran 100LL since the airport was right around the corner and I was on the "racer budget" at the time and didn't want to spring for actual race fuel. I ran Klotz in the tank and the mix of AVgas and Klotz was an amazing combination, I got complimented on it every time the machine was out. It definitely beats all others out there for the smell!
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Old 11-08-2019, 10:30 AM   #337 (permalink)
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Gotta admit that if this was the case, I'd probably find myself using the shop exhaust vents a little less.


One of the best memories I have was on an (off topic) '86 ATC250R I used to race a long time ago. It utilized an '85 engine due to the cylinder ports, and had quite a bit of machine work done to the cylinder and a radically milled head - IIRC I calculated it at around 12-13:1 up from the stock 8:1. That thing would flat out launch you right off the machine if you kicked it wrong or didn't bring it up on compression. It had a flatslide carb with a 1/4 turn twist throttle and an LRD exhaust, so it not only sounded amazing but it was a literal handful. I ran 100LL since the airport was right around the corner and I was on the "racer budget" at the time and didn't want to spring for actual race fuel. I ran Klotz in the tank and the mix of AVgas and Klotz was an amazing combination, I got complimented on it every time the machine was out. It definitely beats all others out there for the smell!

Same smell has we walked into the MTL stadium for the supercross!!!!SOOOOO much memories, thats why even my water pressure smelles Klotz!!
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Same smell has we walked into the MTL stadium for the supercross!!!!SOOOOO much memories, thats why even my water pressure smelles Klotz!!


Naw man thats Vp race fuel you smell at supercross and the outdoor pro nationals.

I pulled into a gas station in redfield last year and this old timer was filling his car up. I could see he was pretty old and I didnt want to freak him out so I very gently pulled up and shut down. I get the cap off and he pears around the pump from the other side and we make eye contact. he says "is that Klotz i smell" I laughed and said why yes it is. He says " I love that shit" LMAO gotta dig that!!!

Oh.... I use VES, but I use octane boost because it cleans and lubes so freeking good. LOL
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Old 11-08-2019, 03:07 PM   #339 (permalink)
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Gotta admit that if this was the case, I'd probably find myself using the shop exhaust vents a little less.


One of the best memories I have was on an (off topic) '86 ATC250R I used to race a long time ago. It utilized an '85 engine due to the cylinder ports, and had quite a bit of machine work done to the cylinder and a radically milled head - IIRC I calculated it at around 12-13:1 up from the stock 8:1. That thing would flat out launch you right off the machine if you kicked it wrong or didn't bring it up on compression. It had a flatslide carb with a 1/4 turn twist throttle and an LRD exhaust, so it not only sounded amazing but it was a literal handful. I ran 100LL since the airport was right around the corner and I was on the "racer budget" at the time and didn't want to spring for actual race fuel. I ran Klotz in the tank and the mix of AVgas and Klotz was an amazing combination, I got complimented on it every time the machine was out. It definitely beats all others out there for the smell!
When i was racing nationals i use run B32 phillips, and tf-580 2 stroke caster from micro belmont in my ported 125 cagiva bikes. Stuff smelled nasty similar to klotz but those 12k rpm motors never missed a beat.
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Oy yeh, well...I use oil...that is slippery...and smells ! uh, like oil. :wink:

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Serious note: you have some cool 2 stroke history Too Slow
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