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Motul off road 800 two stroke oil ?

I have a 1997 cr 250 how much oil should i mix in the gas, and is motul a thick oil or are they all the same and what gas shuold i use 87,89 or 91 octane

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The oil mix is 32 gas to 1 oil. That 32/1 mix equals 4 ounces of any brand of TWO STROKE ENGINE OIL per gallon of gas. DO NOT use motor oil. Motor oil is what goes in the gearbox. Use 91 octane gas.

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