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    Hello Dear's

    I have come to know about this fourm by my friend, and i found it very useful. I own a Yamaha Bike 2010 since 4-5 moth and its covered distance is 5000 km+. Regarding its maintaince, my Mechanic always advised me to put mobil oil in the fuel tank, but i always disagree with him that y i put oil in fuel tank, while oil tank is avilable on side and i always fill it....... He says, no ur engine will cease one day,........ I want to confirm by u gentle guys, is it necessary to put oil in fuel tanks. plz send ur expert opinions..... Regards,


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    yamaha s available in both, means 2 stroke n 4 stroke, if 2 stroke thn must use oil. If 4 stroke thn never use

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    On my Honda 125 deluxe 4 stroke, there is a huge sticker on the fuel tank saying never to put oil in the fuel tank. I do not know about 2 stroke engines.

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    If you have 2 stroke Yamaha then mix a small quantity of oil in petrol. I am giving you an idea that full the tank with pertol from petrol pump and ask for a small quantity of oil (equal to 01 cap of gallon).
    This mixture is good and enhance the life of engine, however quantity of smoke will slightly increase.
    This is my personal experience since 1990 with Kawasaki Super, Yamaha 84 and Yamaha 02.
    Its prohibited to apply for 4 stroke engines.

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    @irfan
    yes ur 100% right, there is no need to put oil in the fuel tank , u have to make ensure that ur two stroke pump works fine and always put the oil in the seperate tank,ur engine will never ceize
    most people with two strokes have a very rich white smoke coming from their bike ,
    reason is the mixing of oil in the fuel tank, which not only destroys environment, but also ruins engine by depositing huge carbon deposits in the cylinder

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    This is why I hate two-stroke bikes.

    What does the user manual say? I believe that there is a special oil for side bottle and you should only put specified oil in that and don't mix oil with petrol. This oil (in the side bottle) is mixed with the petrol properly and in correct ratio, in the engine. After 3 to 5 years the system that mixes oil in the side bottle with the petrol stops functioning, only then you should mix oil with petrol.
    Asad

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    Quote Originally Posted by asad01 View Post
    This is why I hate two-stroke bikes.

    After 3 to 5 years the system that mixes oil in the side bottle with the petrol stops functioning, only then you should mix oil with petrol.
    with proper care it never stops functioning ,
    my father had a gto for 10 years and we always put the oil in the oil bottle in the side, oil pump only stops by using non filter/non branded two stroke oil so always use quality oil

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