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Old 10-08-2003, 08:36 PM   #41
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The Brisson 6.4 I have has been running on amsoil @ 75:1. I'm going to check out the bike and outboard shops this weekend for some oil. There sure is a lot of discussion on oil and gas mixing. I never heard of running a 2 stroke so lean, up to 100:1. But the new technology oil is the key. Smaller molecules I was told.
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I posted pics at the beginning of the season, just finally got the engine finished (well my friend did) and everthing mounted and ready to go!

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I remember reading that there is a volumetric factor that bigger engines need less oil ( like Supretiger fuel) but I doubt this is much of a consideration from 25 -100 cc.
My DA 100 manual says 32:1 break-in with LB ashless or Pennzoil, then,
Amsoil "original" 100:1, Morgans blue Cool Power 32:1, and BelrayH1-R at 50:1.
Their tech department said based on the engines they've serviced they would recommend the 100:1.
What is original Amsoil?
Also Andrew in regards to the gumming I am tempted to think that this might relate to rich needle settings helped by heavy oil mix.
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