IPONE SNOWMOBILE OIL
There's no doubt about it, the demands placed on powersport engines can be excruciating and the lifeblood keeping them running is oil.
IPONE is a Group 5 ester-based synthetic oil, which is the purest and cleanest burning oil you can use. Ester-based oils are formed during the chemical reaction of colliding organic and alcohol-based atoms together. In turn this creates a complex molecule with less carbon atoms which is also free of the wax (paraffin) commonly found in other petroleum-based oils.
The fewer carbon atoms present, the shorter and stronger the molecule becomes, resulting in a higher flash point producing less smoke and less carbon build-up on exhaust valves.
If you own a 4-stroke snowmobile you know how frustrating it can can be at times to start it in cold weather. Since ester-based oils are attracted to metal surfaces, IPONE literally coats and sticks to engine components like cylinder walls and piston skirts. This means less friction on start up and less dependence on the oil pump delivering the oil.
IPONE oil is not only low viscosity, but it has additives that resist breakdown over time. The result is significantly reduced friction and heat build-up in the engine. In other words, you'll have an engine that's working more efficiently and putting more power to the crank.
Whether you ride a 4-stroke or 2-stroke, IPONE has a snowmobile oil for you. The company's synthetic ester-based racing oils are offered in 0W40 4T Stroke oil blend which is good down to -45°C/-65,2°F and a 2T Stroke injection oil recognized on the trail by its distinguished strawberry scent.
For more information on IPONE's complete line of lubricants visit https://www.ipone.fr. For Canadian residents, you can buy IPONE at any authorized Parts Canada dealer.
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