This would depend on what type of oil you will be using for your premix. The oil base stock is either petroleum, semi-synthetic or synthetic oil and is mixed with gas at a ratio ranging from 16:1 (petroleum) to as high as 100:1 (synthetic). I personally ride a 2001 Kawasaki KDX200 that I run Yamalube 2R at 36:1 with no problems. Although synthetics say you can mix them at 100:1 I would not, that seems way too lean to me.
The oil to gas ratio for a Suzuki DR 80 would be 1:32. This means that for every gallon of gas that is added, 4 oz. of oil must be added as well.
standard 2 stroke oil snowmobile or dirt bike oil
whats the correct fuil mixture for suzuki rm 80
high quality suzuki oil 40:1
hypo 80-90 gear oil
The stock 2001 RM80 has a liquid-cooled 82cc motor with 27.5HP.
I say a 2001 jr. 80 goes about from 55-60 aboutt matters about ur shifting and weight i just had an 01 jr. 80 and it hauled ass!!
Yes, oil should be put in the crankcase on a 1989 Suzuki RM 250. The proper oil to use for this is a product made by Standard Oil called 80-90W Gear Oil.
the suzuki RM 80 could beat it so easy
For a 1988 DS 80 the crankcase takes 650ml of 10 w 40 - a nice lady at a Suzuki dealer looked it up for me.
should be like 80 or 90 weight gear oil
The amount should be stamped on the cases right next to the oil fill plug.
yes this is an actual suzuki electric piano model
Use an 80-90wt gear oil
The fuel to oil ratio should be 32:1
2 stroke but u dont have to mix the gas and oil on early models they are oil injected
The amount needed should be stamped on the cases right next to the oil fill plug.
it will take any 2 stroke oil just mix it with petrol with a ratio of 25/1