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Oil leak like 2stoke oil i dont know where it come from

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the correct ratio is 32:1. thats 4 ounces of oil for every gallon of gasoline. if your riding it hard or in very hot wweather, you can even go 28:1, or 5 ounces to a gallon. dont go any less, or you risk damaging your engine. and dont use more then 5 ounces per gallon, or you willl have poor performance. the manufacturers back then reccomended using very high amounts of oil, like a 20:1 ratio, but with our better technology and more advanced oils, that is not neccessary. just remember, either 4 or 5 ounces to a gallon, and both you and your bike will be happy.

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When an engine seizes you really have done great harm to it. My advice is to pull the motor and split the cases to inspect crank, and other parts. Invest in new cylinder & piston (w\rings) at the very least. It is more likely that you are going to need some new bearings and machine work. Sorry for the bad news...but that is exactly what seizing an engine is, bad news.

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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SOURCE: the muffler is all leak ing and gap 2 stroke oil leaking out

the pipes are blocked & chocking so need to be cleaned internally!
if realy bad the residue can be burnt out with fuel but be very carefull!!!!!
Cheers Rob

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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SOURCE: what type of 2stoke oil and how much shud i add

For the best answers on this you should consider asking Suzuki for this particular bike.

www.suzuki.com/support search your bike look for specifications or maintenance tab

Posted on Oct 30, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a 2001 yamaha 250 2 stroke fuel leak.

clen ur carburetor bcos it may be full with iron particals

Posted on Apr 14, 2010

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Scooter 49cc


well this scooter has a 2 stroke engine (meaning it mixes oil and gas) so it would need any kind of 2-stroke oil, it is always recommended to NOT buy the cheapest oil and rather to spend a little more on an oil brand that works better.

Aug 27, 2013 | Yamaha Motorcycles

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What oil for my xxxxx motorcycle?


This seems to be a very common question, and even if its been written before is worth going through again. This is the simple version as there are a wide variety of bike from scooters, cruisers to racers

Do not use car engine oils they will cause wet clutches to slip.

Motorcycle shops are your best source, auto shops often have the oil but make sure it says motorcycles.
The labelling will tell you but read it carefully.

Four stroke or two stroke?, this you will have to know or find out and is quite important for your engine.

Two strokes burn some oil with the petrol so you need two stroke engine oil which is mixed with the fuel either by mixing with the petrol and putting in the fuel tank or via an injection system with a separate oil tank under the seat or side cover.
Two strokes will also need two stroke transmission or gear box oil, this lubricates the gears and clutch and needs changing when servicing.

Four strokes use the same oil to lubricate the engine, gearbox and often the clutch, so it needs changing often.

There are mineral oils, semi synthetic and full synthetic, with a big difference in price, so your budget may be a deciding factor.
Mineral oils are fine for low stress commuters.
Semi synthetic works in most bikes.
Full synthetic for the high power race bred,or you just want he best.
The weight or "W" value will depend on the bike, the usage, the tempurature etc
For this you need to consult your manual, read the labels and make a decision.
The staff at bike shops will help if its still all confusing, just by telling them the model and where you ride.
Dont forget a new filter at each oil change



on Apr 06, 2010 | Motorcycles

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Oil leaking from top of oil tank


what bike, oil cap not screw type. we talking 2 stroke or 4 stroke

Feb 13, 2013 | Motorcycles

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OIL LEAKING FROM NEXT TO WATER PUMP ON MY 2005 YAMAHA YZ 250


The only oil that can leak from iside your engine is from the gearbox. There is no sump as the engine is lubricated by the oil fed in through the induction system. Clean the area thoroughly and leave it for a while(overnight) then check again. The oil could just be overfill from the 2-stroke tank. By cleaning it first you are given new evidence to identify the leak point. Hope this helps, when you have more info let me know.

Dec 08, 2011 | Yamaha YZ 250 Motorcycles

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WHERE DO DO YOU PUT THE 2 STROKE OIL MIX IN A SHERCO SM50


hi i dont know these bikes personally but,they will have a seperate tank for the two stroke oil,you will probably find it behind one of the side covers,do not put it directly into the fuel tank,that will cause all sorts of drama,as the oil(being heavier than the fuel)will sink straight to the bottom of the tank,fill the carb with oil,then you will never get it started,hope this helps...cheers

Apr 29, 2010 | 2007 Sherco 5.1i

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Dont know much about street bikes,


20-w50 four stroke motorcycle engine oil, do not use car oils or the clutch may slip

Apr 10, 2010 | 1985 Honda VT 500 C Shadow

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Possible seal failure


Gearbox oil may be getting into the crank area. Check the oil in the crank, is it motor oil or two stroke oil? If it is motor oil then you will need to split the center case and clean/re-seal the case halves. Be sure to install new crank seals. New crank bearings? If 2 stroke oil, just put a cup of gas in the crank to thin the oil, rotate the crank a few times to mix gas and oil, then just tip the bike over to dump the mix out of the case. If the bike has an oil pump, see if you can lessen the stroke of the pump. If mixing 2 stroke oil in the gas tank, Be sure to use only 2 stroke engine oil at 32 to 1 ratio. That equals 4 ounces of oil to a gallon of gas.

Nov 18, 2009 | 2000 Husqvarna WR 250

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What type of 2stoke oil and how much shud i add


For the best answers on this you should consider asking Suzuki for this particular bike.

www.suzuki.com/support search your bike look for specifications or maintenance tab

Oct 30, 2009 | 2005 Suzuki RM 125

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2004 rm 85, 2 stroke


The silcolene does not burn as well as standard two stroke oil. The unburned oil has to go somewhere and out the exhaust is it. Get a new gasket anyway. It should help.

Sep 17, 2009 | 2003 Suzuki RM 125

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