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after you changed the seal did your water level drop If the seal is still leaking you should see a change in coolent level Also did you flush the motor with solvent if not it could take more than 3 oil changes to see a change hope this helps I currently race 2 husky 125 2 stokes off road anand i dont know of another way to get water in the oil except thruogh the overflow and that takes some serious waterplay good luck dirt bike dan
Yes 40 - 1 mix is a common race mix and if you dont do weekly maintenance and regular rebuilds you would be better at 32-1 33-1 mixes as this is more oil to fuel mix so better lube and lower burn temperature inside the motor.
when changing to higher oil mix make gradual changes to the fuel mix 1 tank at a time and record your ration as your bike will respond to the changes sometimes well sometimes bad but if you do small steps and record the result you will know what mix is best for your area and bike
In short the more oil you can give it and still ride well the better fore engine life (within reason) but you will lose some performance compared to less oil mix like 40 - 1 ratio (race mix)
first thing to do is to drain oil from your motorcycle use wrench 17(size may vary) to open the bolt under your bike and place a drain bucket under it, then remove spark plug using spark plug remover, as for the filter you can use a cross screw driver to remove the air filter, once you replace the spark plug and the air filter let the oil subside for about 3hrs, then return the bolt and place new oil, i dont know if this help but i hope it will
Try raising the front of the shift pedal one or two notches on the shift shaft. Chances are because of the current height of the shift lever your shoe lifts the lever too far thus going right past neutral.
Oddly, only the transmission oil volume is mentioned in the owners manual, and it appears that the engine and the transmission share the same oil, and require the same 10-60w oil, so I am assuming that is the as listed in the manual holds 1.41litres (1.48 USquarts or 48 ounces), You can download the manual by right clicking on on this here. and "save file as" When yo changing the oil, don't forget to clean the filters when changing the oil. Page 100 has details in the manual. Details on the fill level are also in the manual. Hope this has helped. A FixYa rating is a great reward for looking into this for you. Cheers!