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What is the suzuki rm 250 1991 fuel - oil ratio?

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SOURCE: Correct oil fuel ratio,1980 Pe 400

32 to 1 gas and oil > Two Stroke Engine Oil ( not Motor oil ). This equals 4ounces oil per gallon of gas.

Use premium unleaded gas. No Ethanol gas.

10w40 motor oil for the gearbox. Stick with the major brands; Pennzoil, Quaker State, Mobil or Shell.

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Posted on May 03, 2009

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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

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SOURCE: suzuki rm 80 fuel/oil mixture ratio

32:1
Use good two stroke oil and re-jet if your spark plug color is to white or black. Should be around a chocolate color.

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The standard mix is 4 ounces of two stroke engine oil to one gallon of gas. Do not use standard motor oil. Only use two stroke engine oil.

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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.

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