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Old 12-02-2012, 03:40 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by buls4evr View Post
Has this bike got an autolube system on it? Why are you tank mixing and especially at such a heavy ratio? It is not 1966 anymore! Maybe it is an autolube and you are just overwhelming it with oil. You do know that gas/air mixture and not oil cools your engine ,do you not? If autolube it should have straight gas in tank and snomobile mixing oil in the oil reservoir and an oil pump feeds the cylinder and cases.
Thanks for the information, but just as I stated in the first line of my original post, I'm not "new" to vintage 2 strokes. I've owned/ridden/rebuilt many, and understand the mechanics

The bike is premix from the factory, and again, as stated previously, I'm mixing at the FACTORY RECOMMENDED 20:1 (during break-in they recommend 15:1)
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