im not having problems with anything.Just No. You should mention the exact engine you're having problems with that you hope to solve with this cockameme idea, then given enough details, someone will know the solution to your problem.
It does not somehow cancel out the detriments of ethanol blend fuel, but again depends on the engine, the "problems" may not exist.
What I'm getting from your replies is that you didn't notice an immediate problem, but if you put oil in gas for engines that don't need it, you get carbon deposit buildup and if you put in oil that has additives not meant for 2 cycle, again extra buildup.
These kinds of things were worked out a long time ago. That's why 2 cycle oil is 2 cycle oil and why 4 cycle manufacturers don't tell you to put oil in your gas.
A properly working engine made within the ethanol gas era has no problems with it, as long as you don't let old gas sit in the fuel system long enough to foul and built up goo and varnish. Keep running fresh gas through it or drain the gas out for extended storage.
how is that? i dont add the oil to my gas unless needed. im just thinking about it. besides, this fuel would mainly be for a portable generator. they dont get ran often but i need it to run when i need it^ But you are. You are experiencing increased buildup rate, just haven't had to do a cleaning or repair yet due to it.
That's the function of a fuel stabilizer product specifically formulated for the purpose.i was just thinking it may help the gas keep a little longer or help protect the carb components from corrosion from that ethanol. i do keep alot of gas on hand in case of emergencies so prolonging the life is of interest.