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Oils, Lubricants and Fuels

Quality fuel specially formulated to keep your STIHL running strong

When you own a STIHL, you care about quality and demand the best performance. Keep...
When you own a STIHL, you care about quality and demand the best performance. Keep your 2-cycle engine in peak condition with a regular maintenance routine and premium-quality STIHL oils, premixed fuels and lubricants.

STIHL 2-cycle engine oils are specifically formulated for all STIHL chainsaws and offer outstanding engine cleaning and lubrication. A considerable amount of effort has been put into developing STIHL engine oil, bar and chain oil, and maintenance chemicals; they are designed to offer maximum protection under the most severe professional applications. They are also ideal for low-emission 2-cycle engines. 

Eliminate the hassle of mixing your own fuel mixture with STIHL MotoMix® premixed fuel. It’s clean, convenient and can be stored longer than fuel you mix on your own. STIHL MotoMix® is created with premium high-octane gasoline and the superior protection of STIHL HP Ultra Oil.
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  1. 2 years ago
    Great stuff
    I was not the most impressed with the cost of this fuel, but after over a year of using it, I have come to like it. Using gas & oil mix, I'd use 1-2 gallons of gas & oil mix a year. The 1 gallon container would not get used in a timely manner, and I ended up pouring the gas/oil mix in my old gas tractor, which did not seem to mind it. On my gas powered Stihl equipment, using gas/oil, I would drain the fuel out, I'd start it up, and let it run till it died, after each use, if going to set idle ... read more for a while. Don't have to do that anymore using the pre-mix fuel. I wouldn't mind if the price came down a bit. If I was a heavy fuel user, I would probably still be mixing the gas/oil. Unfortunately, no fuel suppliers near where we live sell ethanol free fuel anymore. If using this MotoMix fuel eliminates carb issues, and helps my Stihl equipment last longer, so be it. A note to Stihl, go back to the round cans. They seem to pour better that the square can, at least that is my take on it. I now pour the square can of fuel into the round can, that was before the square one. Dealer stated that the square can has a handle, well, so what.
  2. 3 years ago
    Excellent fuel that solves real problems for many users
    I wish Stihl provided a little more technical detail about Motomix in its marketing, because I think that even more people would see that it really is a fair value given the problems that it solves. The Stihl brand fuel is one of the highest quality of the "canned" fuels on the market. A look at the MSDS shows that MotoMix is an alkylated fuel, which makes it a very close cousin to that of aviation gasoline. The main differences between the Stihl fuel and aviation fuel is lower octane ... read more (good), no lead (good) and pre-added synthetic lubricant (highly convenient). Still's competitors' MSDS sheets show that they allow more "lesser grade" gasoline constituents than Motomix. The Stihl fuel does not have the strong smell of automotive gasoline because it does not have benzene in it. This makes using a two-stroke engine much less smelly than with car gas. Also, being a straight-run alkylate fuel, it is extremely stable, just like aviation fuel. For the occasional power equipment user, using this fuel is simply the least expensive option given the major degradation and gumming problems caused by automotive grade fuels. There's no way you can take your equipment in for service for less than the price of even a case of MotoMix. For a pro user, they will see little value in this fuel for daily usage since the equipment doesn't sit long enough for the fuel to degrade and cause problems.. For winter storage, MotoMix is still a good bet even for the pro. Give it a whirl. You'll be impressed at the things you don't have to worry about later.
  3. 6 years ago
    excellent product for your stihl
    I use this fuel in my saws and weed wacker. Although it's a little more expensive then mixing your own fuel the perks of using this fuel are unbelievable. My saws only get used in the fall/winter months for firewood and after a full summer of sitting you can go out and fire them off with no hassle. Not only do they start right up they also run as if you just used them yesterday. Excellent work on stihls behalf.
  1. 2 years ago
    Good product, avoid at low temperatures
    My boss bought this stuff for our crew because we go through 40 to 50 (or more) gallons of bar oil per work season and none of us liked the idea of spraying petroleum all over the forest. I also bought some for myself for other cutting jobs and I like it a lot. However, in temps lower than -15 F, it's too viscous and doesn't lubricate well. I switched back to regular cold weather oil after scorching the bar on my 362. It also smokes if your chain is dull and you're running the saw fast (had a ... read more coworker do this often)...cold weather oil does that too if run in warm air temps. However, in normal conditions it smells interesting, does a good job lubricating the saw, supposedly breaks down quickly, and landowners like the idea of it...good stuff!
  2. 4 years ago
    Safer to use.
    BioPlus is a better smelling oil. Kind of smells like french fries when you really put 'er to work!
  3. 6 years ago
    Good product, but pricey
    I like this oil for it's health and environmental benefits. It also has very good cold flow characteristics. The regular oil flows very slowly and is hard to poor in winter conditions. This oil flows well and is easy to pour. I haven't seen any difference in wear on bar or chains through 2 gallons of use.
  1. 6 years ago
    The best there is.
    I've been using motor oils for years now on my RC plane gas engine and none got to the results this oil did. The engine is cleaner than ever, no carbon on the pistons, the spark plug is very clean but, wet, so the engine is NOT running lean, the exhaust ports are very clean like the day Ive got the engine, and I can tell you this after running more than 35 Gal with it . Before that I ran a different kind of oil, a premium style, that left a lot of carbon in the engine, the STIHL cleaned it all.
  2. 3 years ago
    Best Option for Your Tools
    Originally purchased this oil to extend the warranty on a new chainsaw and became hooked to the quality operation of all my stihl engines. This stuff is superb and will make all your 2-cycle engines reach peak performance. My three stihl tools chainsaw (MS 271), trimmer (FS 130), and blower (BR 600), all burn this oil and I have found it to be superb. I switch to the pre-mixed product for my last run each fall/winter. Use this oil - you will not be disappointed.
  3. 6 years ago
    amazing response and cleanest burning oil you can buy
    I was talked into this mix when i purchased my MS311 chainsaw and was a little hesitant at first to even use the product but man was i fooled. Not only did it smell and look better it performed like no mix even had a chance against its clean burning powerhouse of a burn. Im an avid and well experinced landscaper. I use all types of two stroke tools hedge trimmers weedeaters chainsaws blowers concrete cutters. Using this mix has improved all my tools starting fuel consumption throttle response ... read more and over all power. Ill never use another mix again
  1. 2 years ago
    My favorite 2 cycle oil
    This oil is excellent. My Stihl equipment runs so much better with this oil. I recommend this oil to anyone.
  2. 5 years ago
    Great Mixing Oil
    I have been using this oil in my Stihl products since 1999. I have two chainsaws, two weedeaters, and a blower. Everything starts after sitting for a while. I don't use the saws but once or twice a year and don't drain the fuel and never have any issues. The first saw purchased in 99 still has never even had a carb rebuild. Keep in mind this oil has a fuel stabilizer in it when comparing prices.
  3. 5 years ago
    Makes Easy-Starting Fuel Mixture
    Been using this in a 40-year old Homelite chain saw. It's conventional oil, so it gets a little smoky, but I'm sticking with it. Big Bertha generally burps on the 4th or 5th pull even after it has been sitting for a loooooong time.
  1. 6 years ago
    Best Gas Can
    These cans seal tight and prevent moisture laden air from contaminating the ethanol in the fuel. I have had fuel with stabilizer added stay good for 8 months with no degradation. They are very easy to operate and they do not leak. I own 8-10 myself.
  2. 1 year ago
    This can is TOUGH!
    This can will withstand the wear & tear of working in the woods. The cap is a bit hard to remove because of the serrations on it that are designed to keep it from working loose, but a little practice makes it easier. The handles make it easy to dispense or carry. One should make certain they depressurize the contents prior to fueling. Pressurization can result due to exposure to heat. Failure to do so may cause a rapid, unwanted ejection of fuel. This may be accomplished by depressing the ... read more plunger briefly before tipping the can for fueling. I suggest an optional model marked or colored for TWO-CYCLE MIX.
  3. 1 year ago
    Acceptable Eco Compliant Gas Can
    I’ve managed to hang onto my “old” non automatic closing to avoid the “hardware store “ quality auto close nozzles that spill gas everywhere and break almost instantaneously when used... I’ve had a few experiences and constantly question if this is progress... BUT this No-Spill Fuel Container is a different story all together. It is made well enough and seems to hold up under use. The price is not bad and it simply works! It is nice to be able to meter the fuel into the machines with a push of a ... read more button and not have to press the nozzle into the opening to release the fuel... usually onto the floor.. Anyway, this is a different animal and if you are tired of paying good money for hardware store eco junk, this is the gas can you want! It is well worth any extra expense! I recommend it 100%!!
  1. 1 year ago
    For the really cold days
    I keep a quart around for the really cold days. In all honesty when the saw is warmed up I just run the Platinum Bar Lube and I haven’t had any issues. For the really really cold days this does flow better through the pump and onto the bar. It protects well but I switch when the temperature gets above 20F.
  2. 1 year ago
    Winter Bar & Chain Oil Will Flow When Your Coffee's Frozen !
    I use Winter Bar & Chain Oil in place of Platinum Bar & Chain Oil on the coldest of cutting days. The summer Oils will turn to molasses or jello at some point. The end result of that could be a "toasted" Bar! If you are still using Woodcutter Bar & Chain Oil, your switch-over to Winter Bar & Chain Oil should occur sooner as it thickens quicker than Platinum Bar & Chain Oil will at a given temperature. Remember, the newer Saws deliver less Oil to the Bar & Chain than the older models do, so ... read more your switch-over point may be more critical depending which Oil & Saw you have. Stihl, please color-code these Oils so we know what is in our Saw!!!
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