0.035 is the gap size
23 years old made in 1988
The fuel to oil ratio for a 1988 model, 8hp Johnson outboard, would be 50:1, six gallons of fuel, to one pint of two cycle oil.
50:1 i have a 1988 johnson 88 spl thats what i run and it runs sweet
Model number J20ELCCA is a 20 hp Johnson outboard, electric start, long shaft, 1988 model, outboard engine.
Thre is no gap on the plug as it a surface fire plug.
The dry weight of a 1988 model, 150 Johnson outboard, is 386 lbs.
in the box just above your top spark plug (four flat head screws hold it in)
The 1988 model, 28hp Johnson outboard, requires a 50:1 fuel to oil ratio. This is roughly, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel. If you have the same motor I have which is a 1988 Johnson 28 hp 2 stroke then the mixture is 100:1. The answer provided above is wrong. This is 8 ounces of 2 stroke oil to 6 gallons of gas. I have had this motor since it was new and it still runs great today.
just stay with the 50 to 1 ratio and you can't go wrong.
An 8 hp Johnson outboard, model number J8RCCS, would be a 1988 year model.
Johnson model number J10RCCD, is a 1988 year model, 9.9 hp outboard.
The dry weight for a 1988 model, 20 hp Mercury outboard is 105 lbs.
The listed dry weight for a 1988 model, 70 hp Mercury outboard is 265 lbs.
The dry weight of a 1988 model, 70hp Yamaha is 233 lbs.
The 4 stroke Yamaha outboard requires a quality SAE 10W-40 motor oil.
If this is not a VRO injected engine, mix one pint of 2 cycle oil to every six gallons of fuel, to obtain a 50:1 ratio.
An 8 hp Mercury outboard, serial number OB267828, would be a 1988 year model.
The fuel to oil ratio, for a 1988 model Suzuki outboard is 50:1, roughly 1 pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.