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 CASTROL "R"

 Created by: MartinGreenbank
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 Posted: Mar 19, 2024 06:57AM
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Originally Posted by Alex
I used to put castor oil from the chemists in the fuel to get the proper smell...

I believe R40 is still available, but you will need to got to a racing supplier - over here Demon Tweeks would be my go-to.

https://classicoilsshop.co.uk/castrol-r40
Many thanks Alex. I have some castor oil, I'll try it today.

"Nature Bats Last"
 Posted: Mar 19, 2024 03:16AM
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I used to put castor oil from the chemists in the fuel to get the proper smell...

I believe R40 is still available, but you will need to got to a racing supplier - over here Demon Tweeks would be my go-to.

https://classicoilsshop.co.uk/castrol-r40

 Posted: Mar 18, 2024 05:01PM
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Is Castrol "R" available in the USA or something that smells like it? I used to use it in my two-strokes in England because I liked the smell. I'm getting a Lambretta LI 150 that I'd like to run it in. Thanks.

"Nature Bats Last"