How used a Oil to Gas Mixing Container?

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  1. cj200

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    rustycase Gutter Rider

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    Determine which ratio you wish to use.
    Select that column near the top of the bottle.

    Go down the column for the measurement of gasoline you have available.
    Fill the bottle with your oil to that line.

    Pour that measured amount of pre-mix oil into your container of gasoline.

    You might wish to pour a bit of gas into the measuring container, and rinse it out, back into the gas can.

    Slosh your container of mixed gas/oil around for a minute to assure it is mixed well.

    Ready to go.

    Best to use a funnel when filling the tank, and have a clean rag handy.
    Only fill your tank halfway.
    A little bit goes a long way.
    Too much might slosh over.

    Good luck
    rc
     
  3. cj200

    cj200 New Member

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    thank you for you help :)

    one more question

    the Oil to Gas Mixing Container is only
    Determines ratios for 100:1, 50:1, 24:1 and 10:1 mixes

    will 24:1 be all right to break the engine in?
     
  4. rustycase

    rustycase Gutter Rider

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    24:1 should be just fine with any reasonably quality oil.

    Regardless of the oil, IMO, best to take it easy on the new motor until it is broken in. No big hills, no races, no long extended runs.

    Good luck
    rc
     
  5. cj200

    cj200 New Member

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    thank you so much for the help

    could tell if any of this oils are good enough
    because that all is sold here in Newfoundland that i can find.


    Link 1

    or this one link 2
    or

    Link 3


    Thanks for the help.
     
  6. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    I would go with number 2.
     
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    thanks.................................................shft.
     

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