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Old 01-14-2014, 08:10 PM   #6071
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[quote=cravenjw;1418913]Dale, so you remove a jug to add the oil? The same oil your adding to your fuel? How much oil?[/QUOTEJohn, just as simple as Doug explains below.

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All the motors I have worked on have sealed crank bearings Dale with the exception of the rear bearing in the early DL/DLE111 engines and the G62. The ones like the one in the AW Extra 300 you have are sealed. I do like to give my new engines a good rinse with gas oil mix and then pour a bit of oil in the exhaust ports and let it run down the ports after. Then I rotate it around to cover everything inside and turn it over a bunch to coat the wrist and con bearings. I only do this to the Chinese engines. DA, 3W, etc I don't bother.
Last night you seemed to be picking a fight (well poking a bit, see who would bite).
So to help get this started, Yes as you explain. Ha-ha.
That is all I do. But I ask of you, if you would add oil to the case of an Asian engine, why would you not treat a Europian engine with the same love?

This reply took an hour to get off in cyberspace, phone call, toy airplane dude.

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Old 01-14-2014, 08:11 PM   #6072
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John, say 1/2 a teaspoon of oil is all.
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But Dale!!!... I thought you follow the owners manual? I've never seen it written to add oil and stand on end
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Old 01-14-2014, 10:02 PM   #6074
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I've never seen it in the manual to hover a new motor on the maiden but hey lol
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Nope... That let's the oil flow towards the backplate
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But Dale!!!... I thought you follow the owners manual? I've never seen it written to add oil and stand on end
Butt, Trevor I do read the manual. Didn't you get the loose addendum, to add a 1/2 teaspoon of 2 stroke oil?

And don't Shyt me and tell me "You" read the manual.
In your defense, yes you have read manuals (after).

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But Dale!!!... I thought you follow the owners manual? I've never seen it written to add oil and stand on end
LOL!....perhaps Dale has a one size...does all manual?
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Butt, Trevor I do read the manual. Didn't you get the loose addendum, to add a 1/2 teaspoon of 2 stroke oil?

And don't Shyt me and tell me "You" read the manual.
In your defense, yes you have read manuals (after).

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LOL!!! Too funny. Speaking of manuals, who here has ever read the MVVS MSR ignition manual??? Oh my!!! I think I read it like 50 times to figure out how to change the timing I'll have to scan it and post it... Hilarious!!!
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LOL!....perhaps Dale has a one size...does all manual?
Try and find a manual when I bought the 176. Or some of these other engines when they first land. Better yet try and find detailed drawings.


Trevor, most of these manuals now don't say what oil to use. Most say something to the effect, use a good quality oil. So, I bath in it.

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LOL!!! Too funny. Speaking of manuals, who here has ever read the MVVS MSR ignition manual??? Oh my!!! I think I read it like 50 times to figure out how to change the timing I'll have to scan it and post it... Hilarious!!!
Trevor, for that manual, the is timing fully retarded!
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