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Thread: Premix or oil pump - what do you run ?

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    FYI i get carbon buildup with motul on my bikes

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    What type of motul? How much do you put in the fuel? With the right carburation and amount of oil in the fuel, I never ever got any carbon or just a slightly but that can be swiped off with a rag.

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