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Old 4 Apr 2005, 17:29 (Ref:1270078)   #1
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Oil/Fuel Mix for Junior TKM Kart

What's the optimum Oil/Fuel mixture for a Junior TKM kart? - I dunno what that means, my dad asked me to google it, so I came here instead

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Old 4 Apr 2005, 19:03 (Ref:1270150)   #2
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1:16

Incidentally, have you passed your ARKS test yet? This weekend might be quite a good time to get a race in - Scott Craw from Galashiels is coming up to race and Ross Fenty will be along on Saturday too.
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Old 4 Apr 2005, 19:14 (Ref:1270155)   #3
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No I haven't, not really thought about it yet. 1:16 meaning 16x the fuel or what?
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Other way round - oil should be a 16th of the amount of fuel.

Nothing wrong with going along on and running on Saturday, you don't need to have a licence to run then. What chassis you got? Guessing you've not run it yet, but otherwise, what kind of times you down to?
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I have an Arc, and no I havent run it yet - i dont know if it runs! But i should be going up during the week if we get our keys through. I dunno about running on saturday though, probably hold everybody up
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16:1. This means 16 parts fuel to 1 part oil.

Translates to 312ml of oil for 5 litres.
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sorry to drag up an old thread guys.

is the fuel/oil mix the same for a tkm 115cc bt82 engine?
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I'd guess so, since the junior tkm is the same but with a restrictor. Isn't it?
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that was my train of thought also.

I found out on the net over the weekend that the fuel oil mix is 16:1.

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