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Q: What is the ratio of 50 to 40?

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The ratio is between 30% to 40 %

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The 1987 model, 40 hp Mariner outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

50 to 1

The best mixture ratio for this model is 50:1. You can also get away with 40:1.

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50/50 50% Dex Coolant and 50% Distilled Water. This is assuming you did not buy a premixed gallon of coolant. This will protect you to -40 F.

The proper ratio depends on the temperatures your vehicle will be operated/stored in. Typically, a 50/50 ratio will be just fine. If you will park/store your vehicle in extremely cold (sub-zero) temperatures, you can increase to 60% coolant to 40% water.

50 to 1

40:1, can be mixed 50:1 also.

For the 1995 model 40 hp Evinrude, mix at a 50:1 ratio.

40

The ratio is: 4 to 5

It is 40/28. This ratio can be simplified if you so wish.

The fuel mixture is 50:1. If you are using a cheap oil, you should consider mixing it 40:1.

35.2:40352:400176:20088:10044:5022:25

It is 50/1 = 50.

There is no ratio below that is anywhere near 40% .

40 times

A 40 hp Mariner outboard requires a 50:1 ratio, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel.

40 goes into 160 4 times.

ratio 124 to 40 = 31:10124 : 40 = 31 : 10