1. mix 2 stroke oil with non-leaded gasoline
2. mix the ratio 30 to 50(30 is oil)(50 is gas)
3. shake it up until it is blue colored
4. pour into gs tank
5. pull start it or electric start it however it starts
6. twist throttle imeadtialy after starting it (not hard or it will take off/hold brake if have to)
7. sit and ride
2 srokes have powerband (response) and they rev higher = more power
If you put 4 stroke what in it
oil+gas=2stroke gas only in the tank=4stroke
The Ninja GT Superbike X1 Super Pocket Rocket uses a 2 stroke engine.
First if you dont want to mess up on mixing go to a pocket bike shop and get a mixing container with insrutions on container if you dont want to go buy it then add about 500ml of gas and 100 of oil it depends if your bike is a 2 stroke then go buy 2 stroke i its a 4 stroke then buy that hope this help
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bore out the engine, make it lighter, and add nos at bis racing.com
depending on if its a 2 stroke or a 4 stroke with my 2 stroke I turn the choke on and tip it until the carburetor bleeds. and it fires up every time
depends 2 stroke of 4 stroke and racing bike or a trail bike
It's a dirt bike that uses a 2-stroke engine.
Turn the gas on, pull the choke out and kick it.
i do not know the size but the ampage is 10-25 amps
A 2 stroke.
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Yes it is a 2 stroke dirt bike manufactured by Kawasaki.
It's a two stroke
Mixture, compression, and ignition... at least one of those things is lacking.
A CR 250 is a Honda 2 stroke motocross bike.Ooops, forgot that Husqvarna also has a CR 250, also a 2 stroke motocross bike.
Depends if its 2 stroke or 4 stroke. A 2 stroke bike you can tell by the RPMS which they will be real high which your bike will be very loud. Also if you have a 4 stroke bike you can shift anytime just 4 stroke bikes have torque all the time. so it really depends if your racing just cruising or whatever it all depends on what you r doing.
alot of sound output depends on what muffler you are using, they normally sound abit louder than a chainsaw of the same displacement.
A 2-stroke dirtbike will be powered by a 2-stroke engine and a 4-stroke dirtbike will be powered by a 4-stroke engine. For the same power, the 2-stroke will be a lighter bike. For the same weight, the 4-stroke will be a weaker/slower bike. The 2-stroke is likely to use more fuel and make more noise. The 4-stroke will run cleaner and quieter.
a 2 stroke dirt bike is meant for racing. they do not have kick stands because they are meant to start and go and not stop. you can buy a kickstand and hook it up to the bolt on the back wheel on the left side you can buy 1 for about 50$
4 stroke. a farm/trail bike, thay have hardly any maintenence and are reliable. dont think twice
For the same engine size, it should be.