Mixing ratio should be 50:1

Most all models of Yamaha outboards can be operated on a 50:1 fuel to oil ratio.

The non oil injected model 60 hp Yamaha outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

Oil fuel ratio for z 1983 Yamaha IT should be listed on the oil bottle. The most common ratio is 50:1.

A non oil injected, 1990 model, 2 stroke Yamaha outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

oil ratio is 1% Pierre

The 1997 model, 6 hp Yamaha outboard, requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

Depends on year. My 1986 believe it or not states 100/1 right on the motor.

the oil fuel ratio is 32 to 1 you should not change ratio even if you do enginge mods keep it the same

The fuel oil ratio for the 1971 6hp Evinrude motor is 50:1. Any 6hp Evinrude motor made prior to 1965 has a fuel oil ratio of 24:1.

If operating the outboard, without the oil injection system, use a 50:1 ratio. This is roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

I believe Yamaha came out with oil injection. You do not mix the oil with the gasoline - the oil is in its own reservoir and mixes automatically.

36 parts fuel to 1 part oil..........

The correct ratio for 1991 85hp Yamaha is 1:50. 1 liter of oil for 50 liters of fuel.

50ml of oil to every litre of petrol

An 1986 model Yamaha outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

Premix (mix oil and petrol at a certain ratio) Contact you local Yamaha dealer for the best mix.

The 1984 model, 200 hp Yamaha requires a 50:1 ratio.

The fuel to oil ratio for a 2000 model, 15 hp Yamaha outboard would be 50:1. Roughly 1 pint of 2 cycle oil to 6 gallons of fuel.

Around 32:1 depending on the quality of the oil.

The fuel to oil ratio for a 1962 model Johnson outboard is 24:1.

The 1997 model, 40 hp Yamaha, requires a 50:1 ratio. This is roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil to six gallons of fuel.

The 1992 model, 25 hp Yamaha outboard requires a 50:1 ratio. One pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The ratio should be 40:1 unless you have installed aftermarket domes, in which case the ratio would be 32:1.

Hi, the fuel mixture for a YZ85 is 40:1 and I recommend using good oil. I run Amsoil Interceptor synthetic, the bike runs great on it because it burns very clean and it keeps the inside of the motor clean

32:1 to 36:1 but you shouldn't have to mix it. The PW80 comes with a Autolube oil injection system eliminates the need to premix fuel and oil.

32 to 1 is the stock ratio. Most modern 2 stroke oils can be mixed leaner.

i have ran 6ounces of 2 cycle oil to 1 gallon of gas

If not equipped with oil injection, a 50:1 ratio is required. This is roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The correct oil to gas ration for a 1996 Yamaha YZ 125 is 32:1. This means you need to use four ounces of oil for every gallon of fuel.

it is recommended for all fuel oil mix to be 50:1

What is the oil to gas ratio for a 15 hp force outboard moter

ratio is 16 ounces of oil per six gallons of fuel

40 parts gasoline one part two cycle oil

The fuel oil ratio for a 140 hp Mariner outboard motor is 50:1. Mariner is a brand of the Mercury Marine company.

The fuel to oil ratio for a 1977 model, 35 hp Johnson, is 50:1. This is roughly, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

no but not mixing fuel to oil ratio correctly will seize a motor

it should be 24:1 if your using yamalube 2 stroke oil

i have a yz 125 and i use 40:1 so 125ml to 1L

A 175hp Mercury outboard requires a 50:1 fuel to oil ratio.

If not using oil injection, the 115 hp Yamaha outboard will require a 50:1 ratio.

The fuel to oil ratio for a 1984 model, 50 hp Mercury outboard is 50:1. This is roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

If not using the oem oil injection system, use a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel. If operating with the oil injection system, supplied with the engine, no additional oil is required.

What is the gas to oil ratio fot a 1982 Yamaha PW50? Do you need to mix it manually or does it automatically mix together by putting straight gasoline in the gas tank and straight oil in the oil tank?

The oil / fuel ratio for the 10 hp Chrysler outboard, would be 50:1, roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

If not equipped with oil injection, use a 50:1 ratio, roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

32:1 is standard fuel mixture for 2 stroke engines, you can use different ratios but this is the reccomended ratio by the manufacturer.

It is a 2 cycle engine and therefore you must use 2 cycle oil mixed at the correct ratio with the fuel.

The 1975 year model, 100 hp Evinrude, requires a 50:1 fuel to oil ratio.

The 1977 model, 20 hp Mercury outboard, requires a 50:1 fuel to oil ratio.

its says to use 32:1 ratio, if the bike has a fresh rebuild of the cylinder and piston use 15:1