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Oil The fuel goes in under the seat and it says "Unleaded Fuel Only" and behind the seat it says "Oil Only". Do i only have to put oil in there or also in the fuel tank, also what oil do i use. What ratio as well.???

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40:1 fuel mix ratio is good for this model. you put gas in the upper tank and 2 stroke oil in lower tank the mix pump will do the mix, if you are not sure the pump is working properly, mix 4 ounces of 2 stroke oil into 1 gallon of gasoline and put the mix in the upper tank, it reach the carburator by gravity

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