My last motor was an 200 Ocean Pro! I have considerably downsized to this wonderful little motor and I'm getting ready to get some fresh non-ethanol gas. Which oil I should use?
Thanks for your response
The Evinrude XD-30 oil is good for your motor, but for only a few dollars more per gallon, you can get better engine protection and less smoke using the XD-50 semi-sythetic outboard oil.
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