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Thomas_lawn_care

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i want to ask you guys to see your opinions on the Red Armor Oil and see what you think about it.
Me personally love this stuff.
sdebbold

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I dont have much to compare it to. I have used the red armor since it came out and used the standard echo oil before that. I have no complaints and i am not looking to change.
Thomas_lawn_care

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ok cool
SHMEEE

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I have used it a lot and it works well. You will notice a difference if you switch over.

The biggest notice is when using it in an older piece of equipment or equipment that has never had red armor.

You will have black gunk coming out of muffler because it is cleaning out all the old gunk and deposits from cheaper/not so good oil.
Mishas_Mowing_Landscaping

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I bought a six pack I will know in a month or so if it is different
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I just used Red Armor for the first time. I had been using Amsoil Saber. I must say, I really like the Red Armor. I have a tough choice to make, switch to Red Armor or stick with Amsoil Saber.
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So far im really liking the red armor

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It is especially effective on engines that spin under 10k rpms and at low rpms especially. Cleans great.

On some of my larger saws 70cc to 90cc the larger engines use more fuel/oil mix running WOT and if there isn't a wind the fumes make my throat hurt. So I stick with Saber on the big engines and high rpms above 10k I stick with Saber. But Red Armor is great stuff.
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I like Red Armor have had really good results with it.
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I would like to try this product out
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I am just trying Red Armor oil this month. So far I haven't notice a difference, but maybe after a month, I will. I am using it in both my Echo trimmer and hand blower, which are older units that never had the red Armor oil before.
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May have to try some, I just get the generic all-purpose blend from Wallyworld. Seems to work fine, but nothing to compare it to!

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Great feedback! I didn't even know there was any difference until reading this thread. I'll have to try some.
 
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