How to Make 2 Stroke Petrol?

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They both start but as soon as they get hot they die. They will tick over for a while longer but as soon as I touch the throttle they die. Each year I change the plug & air filter, plus when I have finished using them I drain & run them dry. They are now about 5 years old.
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A two-stroke engine is a combustion engine that completes the thermodynamic cycle in two movements of the piston compared to twice that number for a four-stroke engine.
Two stroke petrol is a mixture of petrol and oil. They usually mix up as you fill the tank. It is cautioned that one should know the proper ratio to mix petrol and oil.
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