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The ratio is 40:1....that is 3.2 ounces 2 stroke oil (I recommend synthetic) to 1 gallon of gas or....1.6 ounces to half a gallon....A little more oil is okay...it will help rectify any "lean" running condition....Not enough oil is not acceptable under any circumstances.

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