Question about 1986 Honda NS 250 R
Hey .. i just picked up a honda ns250r 1984 .. can you tell me if the gas mixture is premixed before i put it in the tank or will it mix itself... ps it is two stroke..and what oil do i use?...
That was some very good info......I too have a 86. It has been re-sprayed before I got it but the front forks are red, so maybe...maybe was a brand new import??
Anyway, Im lazy & new to bikes so Im going to have to ask a really stupid question....I need to top up my gear box (?) oil (its on the right side but Im meaning where the kick start is) ..do I use any old tranny oil or what?
Cheers for your help chief.........
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
It would appear that there are 2 questions/users on this post. Still, on your bike, normally, the tank hold plain gas, not premixed. The 2-stroke oil (2T) has its own reservoir attached to the right side, on the frame. The filler would be exposed and relatively easy to access and fill up.
On the Gearbox oil for 2-stroke engines with a wet clutch, SAE 10W40 is the standard.
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