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Compare and contrast homogeneous mixture and hoterogeneous mixtures

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What do the mixtures have to do with a BUELL motorcycle?

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SOURCE: need info on fual mixture for a yamaha yz 125 1998

90% of these bikes run 32:1 - 40:1 mixture

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i would mix it 50/1 it will make your bike run a whole lot better

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SOURCE: rich mixture virago xv250

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look up your bike here and i think it is number 13 on the diagram. which looks like its right by where the throttle cable connects

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i do about 44:1 too but it depends were you ride so 40:1-50:1 good but i this stuff from golden spectro and were you have to do 32:1 it works good>

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