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What is the 2 stroke to fuel mix ratio on a rm 125 1996 bike

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use decent two-stroke oil at 50 to 1. don't ever buy oil from a gas station without sealed container; who knows what the oil really is

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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SOURCE: 2005 RM 85 fouling plugs every ride.

obviously theres way to much oil in the mix. Speak to your local bike shop and ask them on the best mix for the bike

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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SOURCE: do i have to mix 2 stroke oil on the gas for the 4

DO NOT mix oil in the gas on your four stroke engine. You will foul the spark plug(s), build up deposits on the valves and head, and make a smokey, smelly mess. A two stroke engine uses the fuel/oil mix to lubricate the engine before being used as fuel. A four stroke engine has a separate lubrication system and does not normally burn any oil. As the name implies, a two stroke engine works in two strokes. The first stroke is downward, where the fuel/oil mix and air are drawn into the cylinder. The momentum from the crankshaft counterbalance or force from the other cylinder(s) drive the piston back up compressing the mix, and the spark plug sparks at or slightly before the top of the stroke. The rapid combustion of the fuel/oil/air mix drives the piston down, which is the power stroke, and then the cycle starts all over again. A four stroke engine has an intake stroke down taking in the fuel/air mix, a compression stroke up, a power stroke down as the fuel/air mix is ignited at or before the top of the stroke, and a exhaust stroke up before starting all over again. A four stroke is much cleaner and more reliable than a two stroke, but it is heavier and has less torque. A two stroke engine is much lighter and has more torque, but takes more maintenance.

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SOURCE: I need to know the oil to gas ratio for my 82'

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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SOURCE: have a 1992 suzuki 125 rm bike cant get it to

try changing gas . dont forget to empty out carb bowl also check for spark might have a fouled spark plug .

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What is the fuel mixture


Are you asking as in oil to fuel, or air to fuel? If oil to fuel I seem to recall that these were oil injected unless the oil injection is failed and you are mixing now or it is a old RM? Please get back with that info and you will get a better answer.

If oil to fuel is the question then 32 to 1 would be good for a newer 2 stroke and if from the 1980's 20 to one. I would be more comfortable if I knew the year before making and certain mix ratio though. You can contact a Suzuki dealer to get the info also... That is if it is not a oil injected model.

Back at one point I recall some 2 stroke with oil injection sprayed the oil so as to increase longevity. Bypassing the injection may not be the best idea although some people, Not Suzuki Techs, state with confidence that bypassing is just fine. While I am a Suzuki trained Tech it has been some years since I worked on them as I went on to Porsche.

I added a link that will answer you if it is about air fuel ratios.
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Hi im just wondering what the fuel mixture should be for my 1996 rm 250 ? thanks mark


For a 250, you can get away with a leaner mix like 40:1 but I still race a 250 2-stroke from time to time for fun and I run 32:1. More oil = less friction, less heat, better sealing, etc...

Any idea what it was jetted to run? the difference between 40:1 and 32:1 is fairly minimal and if the bike is jetted fairly well I doubt you will tell a difference. If the plug is black it is too rich.

Sep 12, 2011 | 2003 Suzuki RM 250

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What motor oil do i use for my 2005 CR125 honda


You need to use a 2 stroke motor oil. Look for oils that say 2 stroke motorcycle oil, injector oil or smokeless. Do not use a standard automotive motor oil, your bike will smoke. It should be pre-mixed with your gasoline. I am relatively sure the ratio is 32:1, but you should check your owners manual to be sure. At this ratio you would use 4 ounces of oil to each gallon of gas. This ratio allows for an all-around use of your bike. If you are not going to use the bike at high speeds for extended periods, you may want to consider a different fuel/gas ratio - 50:1.

The above information is recommended for a Stock motorcycle.

Regards.

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Sump oil


You can run Motor Oil in the Tranny or we run Automatic Transmission Oil in ours and we change it alot. We also run Lucas 2 Stroke Oil at 40:1. We run our Banshee and Yamaha Dirt Bikes on that also. Hope this helps.

Aug 03, 2010 | 2003 Suzuki RM 125

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What is the 2 stroke oil to fuel mix?


The fuel to oil ratio tells how much fuel and oil to mix for a given 2 stroke engine. It can be different depending on the recommedation from the manufacturer. NOT ALL 2 STROKE ENGINES USE THE SAME RATIO. You have to know the manufacturer recommendation for your engine.

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I have a 1998 suzuki rm 125 how do i mix the fuel and oil: example 10l fuel how much oil must i add?


What is the recommended fuel fix ratio by the bike maker? if it is 50 to 1= 10000ml / 50 = 200 200 x 1 ml = 200ml of oil to 10 litres of fuel.
200ml to 10 litres of fuel

Apr 26, 2010 | 2005 Suzuki RM-Z 450

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What kind of oil does my 2003 rm 125 need


For the gas tank= 2-stroke motor oil mixed at 32:1 *stock mixing ratio* [that's 32-parts gas to 1-part oil]. **[I personally use a 40:1 mixture for trail riding,..and 50:1 mixture for racing at the local MX track].

Mar 16, 2010 | 2003 Suzuki RM 125

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FUEL RATIO


For motocross racing..50:1 gas:oil mix. For trail riding and sand pits,..try 40:1.

Mar 15, 2010 | 2003 Suzuki RM 125

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2005 RM 85 fouling plugs every ride.


obviously theres way to much oil in the mix. Speak to your local bike shop and ask them on the best mix for the bike

Nov 27, 2008 | 2005 Suzuki RM 125

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Dirtbike is smoking


could be too much 2 stroke oil in your mix or worse case, your piston rings are going.

Nov 20, 2008 | 2003 Suzuki RM 250

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