Fluid Changes

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  1. Brandon M

    Brandon M New Member

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    I got a non running 02 blaster cheap and got it started so i wanted to do fluid changes but not positive on what to use and where the fill and drain plugs are. Just to make sure i understand theres the oil mixed with the gas. Then engine oil. And transmission oil? Any help is appreciated thanks.
     
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    Engine oil is originally injected, is your still hooked up and functioning ?
    Tank under right side rear fender, fill cap under seat, oil pump inside clutch side pump cover with 2 lines, 1 to tank 1 to carb ?
    Injection type oil required, same makes listed below

    If disconnected is the carb nipple capped ?
    That requires oil mixed with fuel, 32:1 ratio with good 2 stroke oil.
    Yamalube or Maxima Super M, mix formula

    The trans oil is the only fluid to be changed.
    I like Mobile 1 full synthetic 10-40
    650 ml required. (3/4 quart)
    Drain on bottom of engine, fill cap near kicker on clutch cover.
     
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    Thanks for the info. No the injection system is disconnected and there is a cap on the carb. So im going to mix it 32:1. Would the Mobil 1 full synthetic cause clutch slippage? Ive been seeing something about not using oil with friction modifiers.
     
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    Did you ever find out about the noble oil
     
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    If the rating is SM or less it's good to go.
    I would think that a full synthetic oil would have friction modifiers.
    Would be far safer (and easier) to just get an oil you know is wet clutch compatible. I've been using Shell Rotella T4 diesel oil. If in doubt, go to a stealership.
    Tons of threads here listing good oils ATF type F, gear saver.
     

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