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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by roscoe1, February 17, 2009.
hey just got an 08 superjet...was ondering what the fuel/oil mix ratio is?
50:1 if it is stock
try putting more oil in it
you will make more power
seals them up
i know it sounds crazy but i have seen dyno sheets where they have done it
So what should I run in a slightly modified engine - 185 PSI compression with a limited pipe?
40:1 is fine
i actually run my boats at 32:1
I will see if i can dig up the article for you on oil ratios
they got a 16% increase by running more oil
what about the whales????
i have an 8mm stroker in my superjet
Who cares about the carbon footprint
Mine is a size 18
here is that article
http://www.bridgestonemotorcycle.com/do ... remix6.pdf
I don't let any fat chicks on my ski ;-)
Im like you
i dont ride sitdowns so its not an issue
arnt you the current sport class surf champ, thats a sit down isnt it wax :twisted:
yeah i guess
but i saw the light and sold it , brought a stand up again
What about which type of oil, does it matter what type?
personally i use any oil as long as it has a tc3 rating
to get a tc3 rating the oil has to blend with other tc3 oild so its not going to be an issue with changing oils
I just buy my oil from a servo when i buy my petrol
..thanks for that article wax... I read the whole 6 pages.
I notice it was published 30 years ago (1978 date at bottom page), do you think it still holds true with modern oil technologies and the synthetics in the market place today?... certainly yamaha wasn't making jet-skis then...
and castor oil?
yes i know its old
i still believe it holds true
My skis feel much better and freeer when i run 32 :1 over 50:1
is there much to do in carb adjustment running so much richer? - I try it out.
... obviously must be piece of mind to have more oil in engine too