Puch filler cap = how many ounces?

Ive been doing 8 filler caps/gallon on the Puch. Does everyone else run that much oil on their Puch? Za50 specifically.

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I could be wrong but that sounds like a bit much to me.

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I could be wrong but 4 quarts = gallon. and it says 2 filler caps/quart of gasoline. So thatd be 8.

Also, im running a 65cc metra, carb and exhaust. its not stock.

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2 filler caps = a quart is what i think it means.

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ive been running 1 cap per half gal. on my 80cc and 70cc

on the 80cc i had to run a hotter plug because i was fouling. so i guess im running 25 to 1 with synthetic race oil

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A quart is 32 oz., there's no way two filler caps is 32 oz.

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Pour a filler cap into a measuring cup and let us know

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I didnt say two fiuller caps = quart

I said:

the filler cap says put two caps per quart of gasoline. if four quarts is a gallon, then two caps per quart would be 8 caps yeah?

youre doing 1 cap per half gallon? are you sure? thats a huge difference from my 4 caps/ half gallon.

what are the rest of you guys doing?

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yup 2 caps of racing oil per gallon now i am wondering how safe that is.

plug chops were allways fat never lean in fact i was fouling until i went with b6hs.

now i was worried and i put 2 caps per half gallon and my plug is black.

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My filler cap has lines that say 50:1 or 25:1

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ok first thanks for making this post

i pour four cap fulls of oil into a 50-1 pre mix oil container from the gas station, it says 3.2 fl. oz. 4 caps is close to 3.2 oz just alittle shy but i did spill a bit too.

i tuned my carb now plug chops look perfect! and the motor runs with less engine noise and runs cooler

thanks again for this post

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