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STIHL MotoMix®

Only from STIHL - This patented 50:1 fuel mixture combines non-ethanol, high-octane fuel and premium STIHL HP Ultra oil.

STIHL MotoMix®
Rated 5 out of 5 by 26reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worthwhile Investment Many have said, and I must agree, that this fuel is expensive when compared to mixing your own. But, there’s a price to be paid when using fuel with ethanol and that price could be a trip to the repair shop, , or even the need to replace a tool. While it is expensive, it is also comparably priced to other pre-mixed fuels on the market. If I know I will be using multiple talks of fuel through the course of a day I may go to the local airport and get some fuel without ethanol and mix my own, but more often than not I just use MotoMix. Another thing I’ve noticed is that my saws seem to have more power when burning it; Granted, it’s a subtle difference, but anyone attuned to their equipment’s performance will likely notice . I like keeping my saw sharp, fueled, and ready to go at all times in case a tree comes down on the property unexpectedly. For this reason I only keep MotoMix in my saws and I can’t think of much that would change that. April 6, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect for a rarely used MS-460 I have a variety of Stihl chain saws for different applications. From the HT-100 to a 'baby' MS-180; and I use them a lot on my orchard. What I use infrequently is my MS-460. When I need it - it must work. This means there is trouble or the job is very tough. I heard that All the local fire fighters use pre-mix Stihl gas in their MS-460R and other Stihl equipment so I decided to give it a run.I never looked back.This is the only gas I use in my expensive but some times very necessary MS-460! February 12, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by very good product Equipment runs great on it,no ethanol worries.It is expensive but all fuel of this type is. December 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Expensive but well worth it !!! When the task at hand requires more than 1 tank full , I use premium gas & oil mix , then after the job is done I fill the saw up with MotoMix and let it run for a minute or two until I'm ready to use again, whenever that may be !! December 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worth its price, all things considered Wish ethanol didn't exist, but because it currently does, MotoMix is essential if you desire any reliability from your 2-cycle tool (and who doesn't)? This is truly a no-brainer. Yes, MotoMix is expensive. Compare its cost to a repair or two because of pump gas containing ethanol, and you'll join the MotoMix camp. This stuff is like Stolychnia vodka for your 2-cycle engines. Try it and agree! Thanks, Stihl!! December 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pricey but... Yep, this stuff costs 4-5 times what unleaded and the add-in oil costs, and like the other guy said, if you're using your saw/trimmer/hedge cutter, etc regularly, it may not be of as much value to you, Buuuut, when you throw in the cost of taking your tool to the Sthil dealer in the Spring 'cause you have a gummed up whatchama-franzit, it nmitigates that issue a lot. December 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by I was sceptical...but it's great stuff...for specific applications I bought 3 liters of Motomix because I had two Stihl chainsaws, an MS391 and an MS250, that I had neglected to use for a year. They still had full tanks of regular 50:1 gas/oil mix. They were in bad shape. Even on a hot day they wouldn't start easily, and if they did start they would sputter and and fail.I drained all the fuel, worked out the bad stuff by pulling slowly on the starter, then refilled with Motomix. Both saws started after a few pulls. I let them idle for a few minutes to get the fresh fuel through. After that they both started after just 2 or 3 pulls, even without engaging the choke. The difference was pretty obvious. My MS391 even "burped" on a nasty cold morning with just one pull.I would not use this fuel for times when I'm using my saw regularly, but since I do most of my work during spring and fall I will definitely store them with Motomix in the tanks. Also, since the MS250 sits in my pickup as an "emergency" saw there's no knowing when it will be used. When I reach for that saw I need to know it's going to fire up and run - I won't care how much the fuel inside it cost.Having said that - if they cut the price by 50% I'd probably buy only this stuff for my saws. I understand it's "space fuel" but seriously, 5 times the price of "earth fuel"? October 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jet Fuel for Chainsaws I purchased a MS362 last year. The only gas that has graced its tank has been Motomix. The stuff is SUPER expensive but the performance cant be denied. I take pride in my saw and don't mind spending the extra money while using only the finest products. Friends were skeptical while felling trees and getting whiffs of the Motomix exhaust, which kind of smells like fryer oil. Their questions diminished quickly once Motomix replaced their regular mix on our next gas up. Pricey but legit, Its like jet fuel for your chainsaw. September 1, 2014