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Need gas-oil ratio on 2004 kawasaki kx 125 2 stroke bike

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32:1--40:1 any less than 40:1 And you take risk of damaging engine(crank and top end),Any more than 32:1 and it will smoke real bad and foul spark plugs alot.....

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2006 Kawasaki KX 125 oil fuel ratio


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What kind of oil should i put in my 2005 kawasaki kx 125?


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)

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differnt brands of oil, suggest different ratios. The oil packaging will give recommended mixes
starting at 25-1 for the cheaper mineral oils, to 50-1 for the more expensive synthetics.

Apr 23, 2010 | 2005 kawasaki KX 125

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Spark plug, gas, oil?


i have the same bike and love it. i use a ngk iridium plug and it works perfectly. i run mid grade gas 89 or 93 with royal purple 2 stroke oil and i also use royal purple crankcase oil for the bottom end. never had an issue.

i am a mechanic and own my own shop and use royal purple in all my rebuilt engines and race engines.

good luck and love that bike man.

Feb 01, 2010 | 2004 kawasaki KX 125

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What reatio of gas to oil? And what kind of oil?


32:1 / 40:1 will be fine.... your choice of pre-mix oil...pick your fav brand . use a ratio-right cup and make it simple

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  2. 2Measure out the proper amount of two cycle oil in the Ratio Rite.
  3. 3Pour the required amount of oil into the gas can with the gasoline.
  4. 4Shake the container lightly until all of the oil is thoroughly mixed in with the gasoline.
  5. 5Pour the mixture into the machine`s gas tank.

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WHAT IS THE CORRECT FUEL TO 2 STROKE OIL RATIO FOR A 2006 KAWASAKI KX85


It all depends on what type (and brand) of two stroke oil you're using. For example, some non-synthetic two stroke oils are supposed to be mixed at a ratio of 20:1. While most synthetic oils are designed to be mixed anywhere from 36:1 to 100:1. Your best bet is to follow the advice of the folks at your dealer as to the type of oil to use - and then follow the recommended mixing ratio as detailed in the oil manufacturer's instructions.

Nov 07, 2009 | 2006 kawasaki KX 125

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Kx 125 2003


im pretty sure that the bike is a all in one menin that oil in tranny is same that flows in motor

Jul 22, 2009 | 2003 kawasaki KX 125

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Hey how much and what kind of oil goes in my kx 80


hi mate gear oil wise you need light gear oil i reccomend silkolene,motorex,morris,rock oil for 2 stroke wise you need to buy a mixing bottle of ebay or something with a ratio of 32/1 and i use silkolene comp 2 premix competition oil descent stuff its 10 pound for 1 litre

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I need the right ratio for my bike!!!


well that depends on what oil your using but i run all of my bikes 30:1 which is 3 oz.oil per gallon of gas

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