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Re: xtz 125 4 stroke 2005 model
Pick up the phone and call the dealer. Barring that, drain the oil then put one quart in the gear box. Now check the oil dipstick. Add more oil untill it reaches the midpoint of the cross-hatched area of the dipstick.
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It is a 2 stroke there isn't any oil in your engine perse, basically your bike either runs premix fuel or it has a oil reservoir that injects oil in to the fuel mix. 2 strokes mix fuel and oil together in the crankcase, that is why 2 strokes are somewhat smokey. The oil that is injected or in the case of premix is what is used to lubricate the engines internals. So you won't be able to change the oil by draining it out of the engine block. If it has an oil reservoir you will need to top that up from time to time.
quantity is .75 liters, and no, that oil will not work. You have a very high revving engine. You need to get yourself oil for a race engine. Take a trip to your local bike shop, they will have what you need. Even if they dont sell suzuki, its not specific to the manufacturer
if your talking about fuel mix oil the best is either amsoil or red line fully synthetic oil is the best out there(not cheep though)...if your talking about engine oil (wet clutch)i think bel-ray is the best..(thats what i have had best luck and less breakdowns with)
Nothing significant, don't worry about it. You do NOT want oil marked EC, signifying energy conservation. Such oil will cause the clutch plates to slip and premature clutch wear. If the oil you put in does say EC on the small round type seal simply drain it out and put in the correct oil. Not critical but the sooner the better.
even mixing at 32:1 looks like straight gas. Not cloudy at all. I understand that it is a beige color but it is undetectable by sight in the gas. After a tear in the fuel line coming out of the carb I noticed this and immediately drained the gas tank figuring that there was an error. But made a new batch and the same thing happened.
Has anyone else had this this problem or have noticed this?No worries, a lot of new low-smoke and synthetic 2 stroke oil is not readily detectable in the gas. If you want something that is easy to see in the gas try something with color added. Kawasaki makes a blended racing oil that has a dark green color added and is easily seen in the gas. I used to use it but switched to a full synthetic. I now use Castrol and it is undetectable once you mix it in the gas. Trust me, if you ran plain gas you would know it very, very soon!,,,