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WHAT IS THE CORRECT FUEL TO 2 STROKE OIL RATIO FOR A 2006 KAWASAKI KX85

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I have a 05 kx 85 i run amsoil dominator 2 stroke oil at 32 to 1 ratio and have never had a problem hope this helps

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It all depends on what type (and brand) of two stroke oil you're using. For example, some non-synthetic two stroke oils are supposed to be mixed at a ratio of 20:1. While most synthetic oils are designed to be mixed anywhere from 36:1 to 100:1. Your best bet is to follow the advice of the folks at your dealer as to the type of oil to use - and then follow the recommended mixing ratio as detailed in the oil manufacturer's instructions.

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