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16 oz. 2-Cycle 50:1 Motor Oil for Engines

$8.97 /each
  • FD rated synthetic blend mix oil, 50:1 ratio makes 6 gallons
  • Protects against rust, wear, and corrosion
  • Recommended for all ECHO 2 cycle engines

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The ECHO Power Blend 16 oz. 2-stroke Engine Oil with Fuel Stabilizer blends with 89-octane gasoline at a 50:1 gas-to-oil ratio for clean-burning, steady performance. The oil includes a fuel stabilizer to maintain fuel's quality. Assembled product dimensions: 4.50 in. W x 2 in. D x 7 in. H.

  • Use to minimize exhaust-port blockage, protect engine components and keep fuel burning clean
  • Mix with 89-octane gasoline at a 50:1 gas-to-oil ratio
  • Meets or exceeds ISO-L-EGD and JASO M345/FC requirements
  • For use with 2-stroke outdoor power equipment engines

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I have a Stihl blower, can I use the ECHO 2-Cycle 50:1 motor oil in the Stihl blower?

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November 14, 2011
I have been using stihl 50:1 motor oil in echo and stihl blowers and in a Echo chainsaw for a while now with any problems....need any feedback that you can provide....Thanks.

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July 19, 2014
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Yes you can. this oil meets the highest currently available ratings for air cooled 2 stroke engines. It can be used in all air cooled 2 strokes, and will provide superior protection and minimal exhaust smoke compared to many of the lesser rated (if they are rated at all!) engine oils on the market.
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November 23, 2013
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yes you are able to use any type of two cycle oil in a 2 cycle machine. if you are looking for superior oil to both echo and stihl oils, use hitachi 2 cycle oil. it runs smoother and keeps your engine lubricated even after the engine has cooled down
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October 29, 2013
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2 cycle oil is 2 cycle oil for the most part. Just make sure you mix it properly for your 2 cycle engine.
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February 5, 2013
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As long as you mix the proper 50:1, there should be no issue. I have found that sometimes, minor high/low speed adjustments in saws, blowers, etc. may be required.
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ECHO POWER BLEND OIL, meets the (ISO) International Standards Organizations highest performance rating of ISO-L-EGD for Air Cooled 2 Stroke oils and is JASO M345 FD REGISTERED. Years of research and testing have resulted in an oil that is fully compatible with fuels containing 10% ethanol and can be used in ALL air - cooled, outdoor power equipment 2-Stroke engines at 50:1 ratio. ISO-L-EGD and JASO M345 Read More
ECHO POWER BLEND OIL, meets the (ISO) International Standards Organizations highest performance rating of ISO-L-EGD for Air Cooled 2 Stroke oils and is JASO M345 FD REGISTERED. Years of research and testing have resulted in an oil that is fully compatible with fuels containing 10% ethanol and can be used in ALL air - cooled, outdoor power equipment 2-Stroke engines at 50:1 ratio. ISO-L-EGD and JASO M345 FD rated oils must be used with a mid-grade (89 octane) or premium gasoline in all 1997 and newer engines. Read Less
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October 17, 2012
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I don't know why you couldn't. If it is 50:1 ratio it should be fine. Echo is just as good as Stihl. Be sure to use Ethanol free gasoline 91 octane your engine would run alot smoother.
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November 15, 2011
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Hello Cesar, I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
You can use any brand of 2 cycle oil in your 2 cycle engines.
This Echo brand oil also includes a fuel stabilizer to extend the life of stored fuel/oil mix.
I hope this helps,
Newf.
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is this synthetic oil.

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This is a semi-synthetic oil. which means its a mix of regular oil and synthetic oil. Do not let this dissuade you. This oil meets the highest standards currently listed for air cooled 2 stroke / 2 cycle engine oils. You cannot buy a "better" oil than oils rated JASO FD and ISO EGD. This oil is rated as both. Use this oil in air cooled 2 stroke engines only
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it is a blended oil so it mostly synthetic
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ECHO oil is a synthetic blend.
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I think it is a synthetic blend. If you were wanting a fully synthetic oil you might have to look into it more. It also has fuel stabilizer in it too.
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How does the oil get into the measuring cup?

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I tip it upside down, sideways and nothing goes into the cup part to pour out. It's frustrating!
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Gently squeeze the bottle & It should fill the measure cup. If this does not work, the spot that connects the main chamber to the cup may have become plugged during the bottle manufacturing process. Consult your local H.D. store for an exchange if this is the problem.
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Remove the lid, and squeeze the large bottom part of the container, it works just like a cough syrup container.
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To get oil into the measuring area, place the bottle in the upright position and open cap. Squeeze the bottle and measuring area will fill with oil.
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Echo 2-cycle motor oil...

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The answered statement from Echo states that their 2-cycle motor oil can be used in all air cooled
two stroke engines at 50:1. Does this mean I can use a 50:1 mix in my blower that requires 40:1 or do I need to mix 3.2 oz. of this oil instead of 2.6 oz. to be compliant with the blower manufactures requirement of 40:1 ?
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Oil ratios will always have varying options, the nitty gritty is that for the the average user 50:1 will work just fine in all air cooled 2 stroke engines. Also with out day in day out commercial use, wear on the engine will probably never be noticed between different mix ratios.
Basically the harder the engine is run, and the duration that engine is run at wide open throttle/heavy load, dictates what Read More
Oil ratios will always have varying options, the nitty gritty is that for the the average user 50:1 will work just fine in all air cooled 2 stroke engines. Also with out day in day out commercial use, wear on the engine will probably never be noticed between different mix ratios.
Basically the harder the engine is run, and the duration that engine is run at wide open throttle/heavy load, dictates what oil ratio you should use. For example if you are to start up a chainsaw, let it warm up, and then non-stop back to back buck up huge pieces of wood with the bar fully buried cutting flat out...you would probably be better served with a 32:1 ratio. If you run that same chainsaw to only cut small 2" limbs all day, a mix ratio of 50:1 would be just fine. same goes for a string trimmer that you run part throttle most times doing light trimming, 50:1 is fine because the load is so light. Its more about what conditions the engine actually sees in use, than the engine design itself. Do note that the oil ratio change does change the tune of the engine slightly so you would be best served sticking with one ratio. Don't over think it.
the most important things are a well tuned carburetor, good fuel, good filtration of air and fuel, and letting the engine warm up a few minutes doing light work before going flat out. Read Less
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personally i run my 40:1 blower as a 50:1 it burns cleaner and i don't have to take it in for repairs due to gunk build up very often. most engines call for 40:1 but the engine stock specs say to run it 50:1. i have seen an increase in power while having a decrease in fuel consumption while running my blower at 50:1.
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ECHO POWER BLEND OIL meets the (ISO) International Standards Organizations highest performance rating of ISO-L-EGD for Air Cooled 2 Stroke oils and is JASO M345 FD REGISTERED. Years of research and testing have resulted in an oil that is fully compatible with fuels containing 10% ethanol and can be used in ALL air - cooled, outdoor power equipment 2-Stroke engines at 50:1 ratio.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Echo Motor oil for trimmer: 16oz Nice to buy in bulk, cheaper, nice to buy recommended brand, Echo. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good oil I use this oil in all of my two stroke products (regardless if they are Echos or not) and it works well. It is easy to mix and does it's job lubricating the cylinder. It doesn't smoke or smell bad when burned. I recommend this for use with all 2 stroke products. August 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good all purpose 2-cycle oil I never go the cheap route when buying 2-cycle oil for my equipment and have always been pleased with Echo brand (and Stihl). For a homeowner that typically replaces gas-powered 2-cycle lawn equipment every few years, cheaper off-brand oil may suffice, but why not potentially increase the lifespan of your equipment for pennies more per gallon of mix? Your engine will thank you. I currently have an Echo SRM trimmer in rotation that is 15-20 years old and still runs like new (starts every time within 3 pulls). I attribute its longevity to the use of high quality oil and my personal maintenance schedule (I need my equipment to be extremely reliable): 1.New spark plug: every year ($3) 2.Compression test: every year (free- if you own a compression gauge or can borrow one) 3.New carburetor and engine gasket kit: every 3-5 years depending on how the equipment starts/runs at the end of each season and whether any leaks are visible ($12) 4.New fuel lines and fuel filter: every year ($5) 5.Clean the exhaust, spark arrestor, and exhaust port: every year (maybe $1 worth of acetone) 6.Inspect/grease the gearbox and drive shaft on trimmers and edgers: every year (maybe $1-2 worth of grease and shop rags) 7.Clean or replace the air filter: every year at minimum, more often during dry and dusty summers (free-$5 depending on the type of filter)- foam filters can be cleaned with some Dawn dish soap and hot water, just make sure it's completely dry before using it again. Rub a few drops of 2-cycle oil into a clean and dry foam filter before reinstalling. Cotton-style air filters get replaced ($5) 8.Check for, and tighten, loose hardware- screws, nuts, bolts, handles, throttle linkage, guard shields, etc: periodically throughout the season (free) 9. Clean debris (grass, dirt, saw dust, etc.) from around the engine casing to prevent over-heating: as necessary (free) ^ I do all of the above (preventative) maintenance during the winter months so that my equipment can run hard all spring, summer, and fall with very minimal downtime. This applies to 2-cycle string trimmers, edgers, blowers, chain saws, hedge pruners, augers, etc. Also, the prices I mentioned above are my average cost of the parts and supplies only, not labor. If DIY maintenance isn't an option for you, always ask the repair shop for a quote up front. Obviously, my maintenance schedule is only based on what works for me and would be overkill for equipment used once a week or less (homeowner). However, I figure that anyone reading a review of 2-cycle oil might not mind a few pointers on things to check that may keep their equipment running strong for years to come. Even most "budget" equipment can have a respectable lifespan if given periodic TLC; I have rescued several trimmers and mowers for friends and family over the years that would have been headed to the curb otherwise. In most cases, the typical repairs ranged from cleanings, adjustments, or less than $20 in parts. Treat your equipment well and it will return the favor :) August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product I have used Echo Power Blend oil for years and it has always preformed very well in all seasons. It is a clean burning oil unlike Husqvarna oils that contain a lot of ash that plugs exhaust ports and mufflers. A lot of problems people have are from mixing this oil to rich (more than 2.6 oz to 1 gallon of fuel). To much and you will lose power and loss of performance. Second problem people is they do not know that this oil is JASO rated FD oil. It is not compatible with other non JD rated oils and will destroy the pistons, cylinders and carbs on equipment if it is mixed with other oils. Found this out the hard way when I purchased a new SRM280 trimmer. The dealer mistakenly filled the fuel tank with fuel from the wrong jug when they did the initial start up when I purchased it. It ran good until I filled the tank with fuel mixed with Power Blend oil. After three tanks had been ran through the trimmer the engine seized up. The results from ECHO were that the two different JASO rated oils were not compatible thus causing the engine to seize. ECHO replaced the engine and Carb under warranty without a single problem since it was the dealers fault. I have since ran approx 5 to 6 gallons of fuel through the trimmer using nothing but Power Blend oil and I have not experienced the first problem so far. The engine starts easily, runs strong and the spark plugs have always been clean when inspected. I highly recommend this oil. April 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Work's very well For all the negative reviewers, mix fresh with 89 octane and stop using old mixed fuel! I discard after 3 months... I'm a chemical operator, gasoline loses it's volitility, oil will separate, and old mix without stabilizer will attract moisture... Works very well with minimal smoke. May 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by echo power blend I've been using this echo power blend in my echo srm 225 since new. I also use it in my leaf blower and have never had an issue. Properly measure the oil at 2.6 oz to 1 gallon of premium gas and you will have great results. I don't buy 'discount' gas for my equipment..either shell, Mobil, chevron..etc, are good fuels to make premix, not fuels from a grocery store, and such places. April 12, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by upset with this product This product made my echo blower and weed wacker bog down. It clogged up the spark arestor and i was using the correct mix ratio and running machine at high power. I switched to stihl hp ultra and im very happy with that product. March 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is the Only Two cycle oil I use. I use Echo equipment their oil and keep up maintance. January 21, 2015
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