Get it right with a Ratio Rite - Gas and oil mix that is. ūüí•/ūü©ł

Get it right with a Ratio Rite - Gas and oil mix that is. ūüí•/ūü©ł

Why do I need a Ratio Rite?

A Ratio Rite measuring cup helps you get a perfect fuel and 2-Stroke oil mix every time. It takes the guesswork out of it. Having the correct ratio of 2-Stroke oil in your fuel protects your engine. Having too little 2-Stroke oil in your mixture is a risky game that doesn't usually last very long. 

To get the desired fuel to oil mixture, simply fill the polypropylene container to the pre-calibrated ratio mark with your 2-Stroke oil, then pour it into your fuel. 

Easily mix ratios ranging from 16:1 to 44:1 for 1, 1.5, 2, and 2.5 gallons.

  • If you are riding in the woods or around the farm, or are doing average recreational riding, AND running gasoline, we recommend KLOTZ R-50 Synthetic Oil.¬†40:1 is generally a good gas to oil ratio to use, and is within¬†KLOTZ' specs.¬†

  • We almost always ride in the sand and run our Banshees pretty hard, so we personally run¬†Klotz BeNOL Castor Oil at a 40:1 ratio in our Banshees.¬†

  • For more information about which 2-Stroke Pre-Mix Oil to choose, head over to this blog post.¬†

If you are filling a 5 gallon can, just fill up the Ratio Rite twice for 2-1/2 gallons and empty into your gas can. 

Calibrations on the cup include ounces and cc's, with pints on the opposing side. The Ratio Rite cup has a 24 oz. total capacity.

The attached lid is pretty handy for keeping dust and dirt out of the cup and out of your oil so it won't be mixed in with your fuel.  It also helps keep the oil from getting all over your tools or tote and making a big mess.

If you ride a Banshee or another 2-Stroke vehicle, you need to add a Ratio Rite cup to your riding gear. Click the link to add it to your cart. 

Already have a Ratio Rite cup?¬† How long have you had it and how many times have you used it?¬† Let us know in the comments. ‚¨áÔłŹ

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