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    Quote Originally Posted by SongDog View Post
    My 1955 johnson seahorse says 20.1 on the fuel tank with 10w30 oil LOL

    Always ran 91oc at 40.1 with shell 2 stroke marine oil. Oil is a lot better now a days, I dont think theres a need for any richer than 40.1 unless it really tired

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    I have the same motor. Mines a seahorse 10 in that classic green. I converted to a single line tank but still have the original. Still runs like a champ!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dean.f View Post
    I have the same motor. Mines a seahorse 10 in that classic green. I converted to a single line tank but still have the original. Still runs like a champ!
    Same. Mines a 5.5hp (burgundy color) original tank, motor just puts along trolling not a hiccup. I'm not even sure it's a 1955 had a few different ones and cant remember exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roe+ View Post
    My first outboard was a 1958 18 hp Evinrude electric start. It was 24:1, 1 quart of SAE 30 to 5 imp gallons of gas
    When you were trolling it kept the flies away.

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