RAVENOL Outboardoel 2T Fullsynth.

Category 2 stroke engine oil

Item number 1151200

Specification API TD

Oil type Vollsynthetisch

Approvals NMMA TC-W3, RL-90001G

Recommendation Evinrude, Johnson, Mercury, Selva, Suzuki, Tohatsu, Yamaha

RAVENOL Outboardoel 2T Fullsynth. is high performance 2-stroke engine oil with special esters and Polyisobutylene (PIB) and an ash less additive package for optimum lubricity and excellent corrosion protection.

RAVENOL Outboardoel 2T Fullsynth. is especially designed for outboard engines with or without Direct Fuel Injection (DFI) Systems in fresh water cooled outboard engines with separate (Auto lube systems) or mixed lubrication.

RAVENOL Outboardoel 2T Fullsynth. meets the requirements of the National Marine Manufacturers Association NMMA TC-W3 (Yamaha CE 50S, Mercury).

Application Note

RAVENOL Outboardoel 2T Fullsynth. is recommended for “TC-W3” Fluids in all outboard engines according to the prescribed mixing ratio from the engine manufacturer. It can also be used for engines operating in seawater.

RAVENOL Outboardoel 2T Fullsynth. is recommended for use in 2-stroke outboard engines with or without Direct Fuel Injection (DFI) Systems. For example OptiMax (Mercury), E-TEC (BRP: Evinrude and Johnson), HPDI (Yamaha), TLDI (Tohatsu, Nissan Marine), DFI (Selva).

Typical mixing ratio: 1:100

Follow the manufacturers recommendations!

Characteristics

  • An excellent corrosion protection in all oil-wetted engine parts
  • Immediate, homogeneous mixture with the used fuel (including lead-free)
  • An effective pressure and temperature resistant oil film
  • An excellent anti-wear performance
  • A clean burning with no deposits
  • Low coking
  • High wear protection
  • Very low Pourpoint, also to use at very low temperature

Technical Product Data

PropertyUnitDataAudit
Colour blau VISUELL
Viscosity at 100 °C 10,7 mm²/s DIN 51562-1
Viscosity at 40 °C 70,8 mm²/s DIN 51562-1
Viscosity Index VI 143 DIN ISO 2909
Density at 20 °C 865,0 kg/m³ EN ISO 12185
Flashpoint 130 °C DIN EN ISO 2592
Pourpoint -39 °C DIN ISO 3016