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If it's a 2-stroke Suzuki 50 (LT-50 until about 2000, LT-A50 from about 2001-2005?, LT-Z50 four stroke thereafter) it's oil injected and there should be an oil tank under the seat. A lever under the rear of the seat releases it so you can lift it up. The tank's cap says "OIL" right on it. Obviously don't premix.
Any good quality 2-stroke oil will work great. I buy NAPA's brand in quarts because that little engine doesn't drink very much of it.
That's a great little machine you have there. My son LOVES his and rides wherever we do. We have the machine restricted to about 13-15 MPH which still gives him enough power to climb some surprisingly steep hills.
Thanks for the reply WAATV, I think i worded my question wrong, i know where the oil tank is and how to get to it. im wanting to know can i put normal 2 stroke oil in the same as i put in my mx bike or do i have to buy injector mix oil. i had a road bike a while back and i had to buy injector mix oil and couldnt use normal premix oil.
I presume regular 2-stroke oil will work. I've never heard anyone suggest otherwise, and it's what I use. I don't have the manual handy or I'd look it up. Perhaps someone else has access to their manual and can look it up.
ok thanks. i dont know what the difference is between the premix oil and injector mix, im thinking injector mix is thinner than premix. If anyone else has a lt50 can you post which 2 stroke oil you use please.