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Gas and oil mixing, bike will not fire up or run

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Pull spark plugs and check for moisture that would cause the no firing.

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IT'S TO RICH, MIX YOUR OIL 40 TO 1 TAKE 5 GALLON'S OF GAS AND 16 OZ OF OIL AND MIX IT. THAT THE BEST MIX.

Posted on May 04, 2010

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    Oil and gas shoudlnt mix

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it should have its own oil mixing tank that you need to check all the time if you cant find it then just mix two stoke. if its a 2stroke and it sounds like your timming is out that will make it back fire

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What happens if you dont mix oil into the gas?


You blow up. Depends, does your bike have oil injection? Then you don't have to mix the oil in the gas, If it doesn't, then you will have to mix it in the tank. No lubrication in your engine, and I will give it about 10 mins before it seizes up from heat. And don't try to sneak motor oil in there in a pinch, because it won't work. Motor oil compared to 2 stoke oil is like 40 grit sandpaper to a babies ****. I'm talking rough. I use 2 stoke for everything, it is super lube. Hope this helps.

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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.

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1994 Kawasaki ZZR-400 Leaks oil and doesnt start sometimes.


that box is called the air box, its where you engine breathes in its air. you say its leaking oil? these boxes are normally a bit oily but only really surface oil. If you can actually see liquid oil you have a problem with your petrol shut off. When the bike isnt running petrol will leak into the engine through the piston. When you start the bike all the petrol mixed with the engine oil will be pumped back into the air box. also check the level of the engine oil, if too much has been put in there then that can also be pumped back into the air box. If the petrol and oil has been mixing you must change the oil as petrol thins the oil and your bike could catch fire, the engine wear will be really bad.

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Dosent start


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