500ml. It's stamped on the side of the engine.
Yamaha engines are oil injected, if it is a fresh engine, or injector not working use a 50 to 1 mix.
SAE 10-30 Oil .8L or .85 US Qt.
a quart and a half, approximately...
If not using oil injection, the 115 hp Yamaha outboard will require a 50:1 ratio.
20/50 w Yama oil is what i use
what is the oil gas mixture for a ysr50
The correct ratio for 1991 85hp Yamaha is 1:50. 1 liter of oil for 50 liters of fuel.
Oil fuel ratio for z 1983 Yamaha IT should be listed on the oil bottle. The most common ratio is 50:1.
i have a 1985 Yamaha yfm 200, it is gas, no fuel/oil mix needed. just put in 93 octane. unless u have a 2 stroke then its usually a 50:1 or 40:1 mixture
Put it on it's stand. Remove the drain plug on the right side of the engine at the bottom. Let the oil drain. Moisten the O-ring with new oil and put the bolt back in. Turn to just snug - don't overtighten. Then add oil.
Everyone will probably give a different oil here. I personally only use AMSOIL 20-50 synthetic for my Yamaha.
20w-50 is what i use but yamaha recomends 20w-50 yama lube has things in it to help the cluthes and transmission
In most cases you should not mix oil into the gas of your 1979 Yamaha 50 cc moped. This type of moped had its own oil reservoir. If it is not marked on the gas You do not need to oil with the gas.
8 to 10 oz of transmission fluid.
yes, synthetic can go in anything I run REPSOL 20w-50 in my 2005 Vstar 1100
The 1984 model, 200 hp Yamaha requires a 50:1 ratio.
50 parts petrol to 1 part oil... 20 litres of petrol to 500ml of oil
50 to 1. Use good Oil