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1973 Evinrude 40 hp Model 40355D need ratio of Gas and oil. thnks Idaeckenrode@bellsouth.net

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    starts and idles ok but won't go to fast idle....i've cleaned carbs and lines along with the fuel pump

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50:1 fuel to oil ratio

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