What is stoichiometric air to fuel ratio?

Answer Internal combustion engines rely on a mixture of air and fuel to function. The stoichiometric air-fuel ratio defines the ideal, most efficient mixture of air and fuel to avoid emissions.Stoichiomet... Read More »

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What is the fuel ratio mixture for a Toro weed trimmer?

I purchased my Toro weedeater in 2007. It uses a 50:1 gas/oil ratio.

What is the fuel mixture ratio for an Evinrude 85 HP outboard boat motor?

Oil must be mixed with the gasoline on Evinrude outboard motors not equipped with an oil injection system. For Evinrude models built prior to 1958, a 20:1 fuel to oil ratio is used. For models pr... Read More »

How to Set an Air Fuel Ratio?

Older vehicles combust gasoline by using an air to fuel mixture inside of a carbeurator. Air is drawn into the carbeurator as well as a mix of gasoline. The air and fuel is mixed together before be... Read More »

How to Read the Air Fuel Ratio?

The air fuel ration is used in automobiles to determine how much air intake should be combined with the gasoline to ignite the engine. Although it is almost impossible to simply know this number ju... Read More »