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Suzuki dt2 i have a suzuki dt2 outboard ,it starts ok but when throttled down it cuts out,also at full throttle is runs erratically any ideas i thought maybe a fuel mixture -airscrew setting,.what ratio of petrol -oil.have been told its 100-1 but i think this is too high and may cause engine seizure, thanks Dave.

Posted by championfish on Sep 15, 2008

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