The Gas-to-Oil Mix Ratio for an Echo Chainsaw
Your Echo chainsaw is a two-stroke engine which takes a combination of unleaded gasoline and two-stroke motor oil in a ration of 50 to 1. This mixture equates to one gallon of gasoline to 2.6 oz of the two-stroke motor oil.
The Echo proprietor states that the gasoline used in the fuel mixture should be an 89 octane unleaded gasoline. The oil used must be a formulation developed for two-stroke motors that matches the International Standards Organization or even”ISO-L-EGD,” or the Japanese Automotive Standards Organization or even”JASO-FC” criteria. To mix the fuel, select a container designed for storing fuel. Pour of gasoline into the container. Add the oil and blend the two liquids. Once the oil and gas have blended, add a second half gallon of gasoline to the mixture. Blend the fuel so there is no separation.
Voiding the Warranty
Failing to utilize the recommended gasoline or oil or failing to mix the two fluids in the recommended ratio may void the guarantee. The improper mixture can cause damage to your Echo chainsaw engine, causing it to run rough or fail to start.