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Post by Guest on Tue Aug 24 2010, 20:32

Had the WX11 out for a run Fairford, it ran very very well! didnt hunt at all just thumped away nicely, will need to hunt down some low smoke 2 stroke oil, the spare engine oil I had at the correct Mixture (56:1) made it look like I was contacting Indians!



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Post by mike d on Tue Aug 24 2010, 21:17

she looks a bit of a honey...

what did the Indians say....or didn't thay understand.. lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!

well done Steve....

regard.........mike.
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Post by BRASSO on Wed Aug 25 2010, 08:34

Lookin good Steve,

Cheers

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two stroke oil

Post by rustyreks on Tue Oct 05 2010, 23:35

I am wondering whether the problem with the oil is that the modern stuff is the wrong spec this is what i have found with my villier engines on my mowers i have used the

two stroke oil pre mix type oil that mixes with petrol and my engines overheat i can tell by the sound that they make i just turn them off and have a cuppa and they smoke quite

badly on the fuel on my moters the mix is 60mls to the litre.People i talked to about these older engines say that they are designed to run on thicker oils so i switched to sae 30

grade and mix that in with the petrol there is a some smoke but nmot clouds and a little smoke is good for two strokes first thing i noticed was that the moter didnt overheat doing

the same lawn i now wont use the modern two stroke oil anymore try some sae 30 let me know how you get on regards brentnz

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