50:1 gas to oil.

The oil/petrol mixture is 50:1 for the evinrude motors

The 1984 year model Evinrude outboard, if not vro equipped, would need a 50:1 fuel to 2 cycle oil ratio.

The 9.5 Evinrude Has a 50:1 Ratio Oil Mixture

The 1971 model, 18 hp Evinrude outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The oil / fuel ratio for the 1977 model, 85 hp Evinrude outboard, is 50:1, roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

For the 1990 model, 25 hp Evinrude outboard, use a 50:1 ratio, roughly 1 pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

Evinrude and Johnson outboards prior to 1965, require a 24:1 ratio, so the 64 model would be a 24:1 fuel to 2 cycle oil mix.

The 1977 model, 140 hp Evinrude outboard, requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

How do you change the oil in a 1967 3Hp Evin-rude outboard motor?

The 1998 model, 9.9 hp Evinrude outboard, will perform well on a 50:1 ratio. This is roughly, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

Hi All, I just bought one of these Evinrude 2.3 outboard the chap told me the fuel is 50/5o.

A 1973, 50hp Evinrude outboard uses a 50:1 fuel to oil ratio.

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

I have a 1984 90hp Mercury outboard and the fuel mixture is 50:1 which is one pint of 2 cycle motor oil for every 6 gallons of gas.

An Evinrude 25hp outboard, 1985 year model, requires a 50:1 fuel, to 2 cycle oil ratio. This is roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The Evinrude 88 hp outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The 1992 model, 15 hp Evinrude outboard would use a 50:1 ratio, roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

A 25hp Evinrude, 1972 year model, requires a 50:1 fuel, to 2 cycle oil, ratio. One pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel, is just a bit richer than 50:1, and a good mix.

The 1994 model, 2 stroke 15 hp Evinrude outboard will operate well on a 50:1 ratio. One pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The 1977 model, 200hp Evinrude outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

the fuel oil ratio for this engine is 50:1

If manufactured prior to 1965, a 24:1 ratio is required. Models 1966 and later use a 50:1 fuel to 2 cycle oil ratio.

50:1 all of the Johnson evinrude up to 1963 when they changed to 24:1

The 1976 model, 55 hp Evinrude outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The 1983 model, 15 hp Evinrude outboard, requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The 1994 model, 20 hp Evinrude outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

I have a 1999 Mercury 2stroke 5HP outboard and the owners manual states 50:1 Gas/Oil mixture.

What would the gas oil mixture be for 1974 mercury 7.5 HP outboard motor?

If not using the oil injection system, a 150hp Mercury outboard would require a 50:1 ratio. This is roughly, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

Johnson and Evinrude outboards manufactured prior to 1965, require a 24:1 ratio. This ratio works out to 5-6 oz. of 2 cycle oil per gallon of fuel.

More than likely 50:1. But not guaranteed. Depends on the year and model. Always err on the side of TOO MUCH oil. May smoke but may save engine.

The 1980 model, 15 hp Evinrude outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The 1984 model, 50 hp Force outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The 1984 model, 60 hp Johnson outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

what is the oil/fuel mixture for 1975 15hp johnson

the mixture is 50:1 I would use synthetic oil

The 25 hp Evinrude outboard has been designed to run a 50:1 ratio, for earlier models, and 100:1 for late model engines. Pre 1965 models run a 24:1 ratio.

The 1984 model, 9.9 hp Mercury outboard requires a 50:1 ratio. This is one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

50:1 is the correct mixture for a 1992 Johnson 60 hp outboard.

50:1 if you are using regular two stroke oil, 100:1 with a good synthetic oil

1 pint of oil for 6 gallons of gas 50/1 gas to oil mix

My 2003 3.3hp outboard motor is 50:1 mixture.

50 : 1 is the correct fuel mixture

The 1977 model, Evinrude 15 hp outboard engine, requires a 50:1 ratio. This is one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel, or 2.5 - 3 oz. of oil per gallon of gasoline.

If the outboard was manufactured after 1965, a 50:1 ratio will be sufficient. This mixture is roughly, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The late model 25 Evinrude suggests operating on a 100:1 ratio. I prefer the old time tested 50:1 ratio, one pint of two cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel. I have never seen an outboard powerhead failure, due to running a 50:1 mix.

The 1971 model, 125 hp Evinrude outboard, requires a 50:1 ratio, roughly one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

The 1981 model, 70 hp Evinrude, requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

Fuel to oil ratio on this engine is 50:1

needed to know what is the proper fuel &oil mixture for a 60hp HJ out board