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I am going to take off my wifes oil pump because it is not working right. I need to know if i can just take it off and put a block off plate there without causing any problems? and also what ratio i should mix the gas at?

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Yes you can. Have done the same thing on old Quads and skiis.
As far as ratio's depends on how you ride.Just trail rideing I do around 16/1 But thats just me .Do some research its all out there..

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