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Geez mate what planet r u on?
Two strokes require you to put 2 stroke oil in the fuel and the motor gets its lubrication that way. most r 50-1 meaning 100mls of oil to 5l 0f petrol so no you dont need to change the oil on a 2 stroke as you only need to do that on a four stroke

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