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Well you cant damage it by doing that but if you put too much n and didnt shake it well it will settle at the bottom of the fuel tank and fill the carburettor up with oil as oil is heavier than petrol.why are you not using the oil tank and oil pump fitted to the bike ?best thing to do is put a new spark plug in it turn the fuel tap off roci the bike bacwards and firwards to mix the oil and fuel in the tank,and drain the carburettor by undoing the 14mm nut in the centre of the bottom of the carb,then turn the fuel back on and try and start it up.
Posted on Dec 10, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: yz 125cc 2003
Black spark plug means too rich , you will have to replace the spark plug since it has foul up and reset the air mixture screw on the carburator 2 and 1/2 turns outwards.
Check the air filter too.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 23, 2009
the bike can run on unleaded but it will be rough .
you mwill have loss of power and radical .
what i would suggest is to ask a mechanic about the effects of unleaded petrol to an old engin .
all i know is that the bike will run as i did it to my old BMW and all i had to do is replace some gaskets .
Best of luck .
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
The petrol is coming from the carburettor overflow because it is flooding. This is almost certainly because the float in the carb is stuck down, holding the needle valve that lets the petrol into the carb permanently open. Classic result of the bike being left standing and unused for a while (But by no means the only cause. Dirt in the fuel is also another classic cause of this problem). To fix:
1) Remove the carb from the bike, flip it upside down 2) Unscrew the (usually 4) screws holding the float chamber in place.
3) Clean everything out with clean petrol and, if you have access to one, a high pressure air hose.
4) Reassemble and refit.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Your friend is wrong. All that will do is make the engine smoke a bit until the oil is gone. Remove the tank and put a handful of large bolts and nuts in it. Add 1/4 tank of denatured alcohol then shake the tank all around for a couple of minutes. The nuts and bolts will scrape off any rust very well. Dump the alcohol and the hardware then flush out the tank.
Get a liquid fuel tank liner and follow the directions on the label.
Google “ kreem liquid fuel tank liner “ or go to www.http://www.4secondsflat.com/Fuel_Tank_Sealer.html
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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n This product is powered by a 2-stroke engine and
requires pre-mixed petrol and 2-stroke lubricant . Premix
unleaded petrol and 2-stroke engine lubricant in
a clean container approved for petrol.
n This engine is certified to operate on unleaded petrol
intended for automotive use with an octane rating
of 87 ([R + M] / 2) or higher.
1 Litre + 2 0 ml =
2 Litres + 4 0 ml =
3 Litres + 60 ml = 50:1 (2%)
4 Litres + 80 ml =
5 Litres + 100 ml =
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