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20:1

100ml of 2 stroke oil in 5L of fuel

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The stoichiometric mixture for a gasoline engine is the ideal ratio of air to fuel that burns all fuel with no excess air. For gasoline fuel, the stoichiometric air–fuel mixture is about 14.7:1 i.e. for every one gram of fuel, 14.7 grams of air are required.
Mixing 2-stroke

For example, if you need to mix 5 litres of 2-stroke fuel at a 50:1 ratio, you will need 5 litres of petrol and 100ml of oil.

For a mixing ratio of 1 : 50 you need 5 litres of high-octane gas and 0.10 litres (100 ml) of STIHL two-stroke oil.
1:25 = 1 part oil + 25 parts petrol, or 40 ml oil per litre of petrol when using other brands of oil. Any two-stroke engine oil you use in your petrol gardening tool must have the TC classification.
The science behind air fuel ratio

The scientifically “perfect” mixture for normal petrol is 14.7:1, that is 14.7 times the mass of air to fuel. However, that doesn`t mean a car should run at that. For optimum fuel economy 16-17:1 is usually best, leaner than that and the car will begin to misfire.

Mixing ratios

For a mixing ratio of 1 : 50 you need 5 litres of petrol and 0.10 litres (100cm³) of STIHL two-stroke oil.

100:1 – Mix 50ml of oil per 5ltrs of fuel.

Recommended by Yamaha and Suzuki for most of their small two stroke engines up to about 30hp, this ratio requires the least amount of TCW3 two stroke oil. The result of using this ratio (less oil) is reduced spark plug fouling and less smoke.

Mixing ratios

For a mixing ratio of 1 : 50 you need 5 litres of petrol and 0.10 litres (100cm³) of STIHL two-stroke oil.

What is ment by 50 to 1 mix
ANSWER : 50 to one is a ratio of fuel to lubricating oil. Typically 50 parts petrol/gasoline to one part two stroke oil.

Oil typically comes in a special plastic bottle that incoporates a measure. Simply squeeze the right ammount of oil into the little chamber and add to 5 litres of gas.

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What is the oil/gas mix ratio? – Husqvarna , No.455 Rancher, 20" Gas – Powered Chainsaw
ANSWER : 50:1 ratio 2.6 fl oz of 2 stroke oil to 1 gal of fuel

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Fuel Ratio Fuel mix ratio for Homelite (chainsaw) ut # 10520a
ANSWER : 40:1 is about right. Be sure to use modern synthetic oils made for saws and premix thoroughly before adding to the saw.

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Fuel mix oil to fuel ratio
ANSWER : The oil ratio is 50:1
Here is the website: http://homeguides.sfgate.com/oil-fuel-mixture-farm-tough-husqvarna-chainsaw-83933.html What Is the Oil Fuel Mixture for Farm Tough Husqvarna Chainsaw

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Do I need gas and oil mix – Poulan Super 250a Chainsaw Plate
ANSWER : I think Poulan uses a 40:1 ratio to one gallon of gas, however I have always used 50:1 the same as my sthl saws with no issue. I would rather have more oil mix that to little.

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What is fuel mixture for solo motosage 60135
ANSWER : Some say 100:1 with synthetics. I use synthetics on 80cc and larger saws in the range of 40/50:1. I never go higher than that….saws are just too expensive to be stepping over dollars to pick up pennies. A lot of people are trying to make mixing ratios like some kind of mystery voodoo. You’ll always be fine in the 40/50:1 range with a good synthetic oil.

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How to measure 2 stroke oil gas – Troy Bilt 31cc Quickshift Blowervac, Model No. Tb310qs
ANSWER : Depending on the mix of oil to gas you can purchase a small bottle to add to the gas. I believe it is 8oz. to a gal. of gas. This should give you approx. 50:1 ratio. Hope this helps.

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Roundup superconceterte mixing – Roundup "" Weed & Grass Killer
ANSWER : I assume you are talking mixing ratios. In most cases a 1% roundup to water mixture will kill many plants. On very stubborn species you can go to a 2% concentrate but anything above that in my opinion you’re just wasting your money. More isn’t always better when it comes to weed killers.

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