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1985 Evinrude 6hp Fuel Mix 100 to 1 ??

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  • 1985 Evinrude 6hp Fuel Mix 100 to 1 ??

    I let my son borrow this motor as a kicker on his Starcraft, and when he returned it to me I noticed for the first time, that there is a sticker next to the gas inlet that says 100 to1 fuel mix.

    I have owned the motor for years, and never noticed that little sticker.

    Bottom line: I run the usual 50 to 1 through it, with no apparent problems... should I switch to 100 to 1??

    Other question, are there other OMC outboards that have this sticker??
    Captain David Meyer
    USCG Master

    Outboard Orphanage: Johnson: JCOCEB, 1R70R, J2RCOC, JW22C, JHF22C-F, JW12, 4W73C, 4R78E, CD17, 6RL78, J8RCTA, MO14D, 25R77H
    Evinrude: 3014, 3018, 3632E, 6502S, E6RCOB, E6602
    British Seagull: FP1154MM4, FP1361EE4, FP1848F7
    Yamaha: F115TLRY

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    Re: 1985 Evinrude 6hp Fuel Mix 100 to 1 ??

    That was a short lived thing with johnnyrudes............stay at 50:1
    This is a great link to boat specifications http://boatspecs.iboats.com/
    Please, shop iboats first!!


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      Re: 1985 Evinrude 6hp Fuel Mix 100 to 1 ??

      the 100:1 sticker was recalled, and replaced with a 50:1