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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 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.
  1. 4 years ago
    Great for home owner
    I switched from mixed fuel to motomix this spring for my kombi trimmer and power sweep, I used only 3 cans from march 2015 to October 2015 so it was not that expensive for me to operate my equipment this season. I think it has excellent value for the home owner. For heavy use it might cost to much. Also I run this in my 20 year old homelite super 2 chainsaw and the performance over mixed fuel was very noticeable. It starts easier and much more power. Ill continue to use this product.
  2. 5 years ago
    Awesome When Used
    I agree with concensus that Motomix is great product but not cheap. If your an occasional user it is MUCH cheaper than service and frustration of neglected carburetor or the mortal sin of accidently straight gassing! I only use ethanol free fuel and Stihl Ultra Synthetic Oil when mixing my gas (my local Country Mark Fuel has an ethanol free pump). I still use Motomix in my small blower and trimmer that sip fuel. I also put in my chainsaws to store for summer. Home town fire department uses ... read more Motomix to insure easy start of saws when needed and preventing accidentally filling from straight gas can.
  3. 5 years ago
    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 ... read more jet fuel for your chainsaw.
  1. 3 years ago
    Best fuel container on the market hands down.
    I have purchased ten of these containers, 4 one and one quarter gallon, 4 of the five gallon and 2 of the two and one half gallon size. They work just as described. No spill I donated seven of these and kept a 1 1/4 and 2 fives for my self. On my fives I usually put in 3 to 4 gallons as it is easier to lift. and then as I empty one I can switch to the other one for my mower and pressure washer. I like the 1 1/4/. The small nozzle is just right for my chain saws, blower, edger and weedeater.
  2. 7 years ago
    Chuck your other gas cans!
    A glowing review of a gas can? Yes sir! Other spill-mitigation systems can be cheap, difficult to use, and easy to break. I've gone through several. But this one? Push the button. No twisting cheap plastic rings into cheap plastic grooves and praying it doesn't break, no frustration at all actually, and I love the clear stripe that lets you see exactly how much gas is in the thing. It's a point-and-push operation.
  3. 3 years ago
    Great fuel can
    I have purchased a bunch of these cans for gas, mix fuel, diesel and they're great for the simple fact that you don't spill unless you overfill. Since they don't make a can dedicated to mix fuel I use the blue kerosene one and label it mix. The only downfall is I've had a handful of o-rings fall off into the can without knowing causing it to leak when filling machines but that could have just been my guys being careless screwing the spout on early in the morning.
  1. 6 years ago
    healthier for me, lubes the saw well
    Unfortunately pricey. Any chainsaw sprays you with bar oil. I like the fact that I smell like french fries at the end of the day rather than petroleum. I would rather breath and bathe in vegetable oil than petrol. The oil washes out of your clothes easily with no residual smell in an ordinary wash. The saw seems to like it just fine. It seems to have a higher viscosity and it seems to use less, but I have not done a scientific side by side test with the regular bar lube. Hard to find product, ... read more dealers are not stocking it.
  2. 3 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!
  3. 3 years ago
    BBQ smoking wood
    I cut and use wood for BBQ smoking and always fret about using petroleum based bar oils in regards to health and taste. I've considered using vegetable oil but was not sure which oil to use and how it would perform in a chainsaw. Seeing as how Stihl has their brand on this stuff, I have no doubt that this is what I've been looking for.
  1. 2 years 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!!!
  2. 2 years 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.
  1. 4 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.
  2. 6 years ago
    HP Ultra oil
    High Power Ultra oil. Absolutely amazing oil when mixed with 89/91 grade gasoline. I only use this oil in my Stihl equipment and REALLY makes a difference. The engines run SO smooth and clean and the gasoline seems to last longer too! I can not recommend this oil enough. Try it and you will the difference in the first run!
  3. 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.
  1. 2 years ago
    Platinum Protection for my Equipment
    I’m running this in all of my saws and it’s the best I’ve ever seen. It’s a clear color so pay attention when filling the tank, but the performance is top shelf! I’ve used it well below freezing and it flows just fine, especially when the Saw is good and warm. It protects in both the hot/humid weather and the cold. I do t use separate bar lines for cold weather any more. Just the platinum for all conditions! It does not clog up my tank or pump either. The tackiness is great and it stays in place ... read more very well even at high chain speeds. All in all it’s the best chain/bar Lube I’ve ever used and it’s well worth the modest cost difference.
  2. 1 year ago
    Excellent Product
    I have tried cheaper brands with poor results. This oil keeps the chain oiled and bar cooler.
  3. 2 years ago
    Platinum Bar Oil is a CUT-ABOVE the Rest !
    I was skeptical at first browse of this product. I thought, at the time, there was no good reason to swap from my many years of using Woodcutter Bar & Chain Oil. This is my first year using Platinum Bar & Chain Oil. What I have discovered is that it takes less overall quantity of this Oil to achieve the same level of lubrication provided by it's predecessor. Another benefit is this Oil is not as temperature-sensitive as the Woodcutter Bar & Chain Oil is. In other words, it will perform ... read more satisfactorily at somewhat lower temperatures before you ultimately need to switch over to Winter Bar & Chain Oil. It will take you some time to get used to having less visible Oil on your Chain, but the proof of proper lubrication is a cool-running Bar that isn't burning the paint off! However, if you have one of the newer Saws, be prepared to turn-up the Oil Quantity setting to near maximum level...even when using Platinum Bar & Chain Oil. I found the "E" setting on my new MS-362,461, & 661 to be too lean with 20", 25", & 32" Bars, respectively. So, I guess this means that the Woodcutter Bar & Chain Oil may be an unsatisfactory choice for proper lubrication on the newer Saws with lower-volume Oil Pumps & newer Bars with smaller Oil Delivery Holes.
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