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Old 01-01-2005, 07:27 PM   #1
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I've been fouling plugs lately running 32:1. What does everyone run and what kinda oil? Thanks!
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what oil are u currently running?

personally i use AMSOIL at 40:1
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Old 01-01-2005, 08:33 PM   #3
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i've been running Belray synthetic
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All my friends here with Banshee's run Yamalube or Klotz at 40:1
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Old 01-02-2005, 09:09 AM   #5
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31:1 and what ever looks good when i need some oil
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Amsoil 20:1 i never fouled a spark plug if u fouled some spark plug i think u dont ride like a real 2 stroke man buy u a 400ex Lol
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i use belray H1R at 32:1, it only fouls plugs sometimes when i let begginers ride it around since they are scared to ride in the powerband.
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Old 01-02-2005, 11:40 AM   #8
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I always ran Belray MC1 at 50:1 in my banshee and never had any problems.
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Old 01-02-2005, 12:06 PM   #9
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Quote: Originally Posted by YamahaBanshee69
Amsoil 20:1 i never fouled a spark plug if u fouled some spark plug i think u dont ride like a real 2 stroke man buy u a 400ex Lol
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Quote: Originally Posted by banshee213
I always ran Belray MC1 at 50:1 in my banshee and never had any problems.
Cool thanks, i think i'll start runnning 40:1 then maybe 50:1
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Quote: Originally Posted by YamahaBanshee69
Amsoil 20:1
Thats a lot of oil! Klotz @40:1 here
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Old 01-02-2005, 08:50 PM   #12
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i run klotz at 32:1 The plugs show that it runs a tiny bit rich but i never fouled a set yet. It seems to be running great too. All i have is a UNI filter with stock jetting.
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i run bel-ray oil like you i use it at 40:1 on the bottle it seys it will work good at 50:1 to
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There's some more in depth discussion on this subject in the post entitled "Switching Oil/Fuel Ratio". You may want to check that out.
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Old 01-04-2005, 10:34 PM   #15
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I run Motul at 50:1 and it has worked fine in all 3 of my shees for 4 years now
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I run Maxima at 32:1
does anyone else on here run Maxima 927?
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i cant say enough good about klotz supertechnaplate @32-1 ratio , evry time i do a topend in mine im glad i chose it ,like brand new in there if jetted right , my bike runs great too
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Quote: Originally Posted by YamahaBanshee69
Amsoil 20:1 i never fouled a spark plug if u fouled some spark plug i think u dont ride like a real 2 stroke man buy u a 400ex Lol
20:1? Waaaaay too much oil. Amsoil Dominator 40:1, never a problem, smells minty:)
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Quote: Originally Posted by YamahaBanshee#1
I run Maxima at 32:1
does anyone else on here run Maxima 927?
I do and have for years. I used to run Yamalube, Klotz, Golden Spectro, and even some Bel-Ray, but like the Castor 927 the best of everything I have tried. I have always mixed everything 40:1.
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i run Maxima 40:1 on my shee. I dont think there is a better smell besides redline. but that costs way to muc.

YEa but Maxima 927 Kicks ASs
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