# Does 40 to 1 have more oil than 50 to 1?

**oil**that meets this standard

**is 40**:

**1**, or 3.2 ounces of

**oil**per gallon of gasoline.

**50**:

**1**, or

**50**parts gasoline to

**1**part 2-cycle

**oil is**2.6 ounces of

**oil**per gallon of gasoline. Superior

**oil is**synthetic, or blended synthetic

**oil**. There

**is**very little difference in

**50**:

**1**and

**40**:

**1**fuel mix.

Thereof, how much oil do I need for a 40 to 1 ratio?

Refer to the chart below to make sure you're using the correct 2-cycle fuel and oil mixture:

Mixing Ratio (Gas:Oil) | Volume of Gasoline | Volume of 2-Cycle Oil |
---|---|---|

32:1 | 1 US gal. (128 oz) | 4 oz. |

40:1 | 1 US gal. (128 oz) | 3.2 oz. |

50:1 | 1 US gal. (128 oz) | 2.6 oz. |

32:1 | 1 liter | 31.25 ml |

One may also ask, what is a 40 to 1 ratio? No, **40:1** oil to fuel ration means mixing 40 equal parts of fuel to 1 equal part of oil. This means to add 3.2 ounces of 2 cycle oil to one gallon of gas in order to make a **ratio** of **40:1** fuel mixture.

Likewise, people ask, how much oil do I need to mix 50 1?

You want to **mix** 2.6 ounces of **oil** to one gallon of gasoline for a **50**:**1** mixture. If you're **mixing** up two gallons of gasoline you will have to **mix** 5.2 ounces of **oil** to two gallons of gasoline for a **50**:**1** mixture.

What is the ratio of 50 to 1?

**50**:**1** means for every **50** ounces of gasoline you need to mix in **1** ounce of oil. If you are using a **1** gallon gas can you would take 128 ounces (**1** gal) divided by **50** = 2.56.