NEED HELP with 4 stroke 49cc huffy nel lusso

Discussion in '4-Stroke Engines' started by Christina Reeves, Sep 26, 2016.

  1. Christina Reeves

    Christina Reeves New Member

    I have a 4 stroke 49cc huffy nel lusso and i need to know how to put the oil in the crankcase...someone please help me??
     

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  2. bakaneko

    bakaneko Active Member

    6:27, you dont need a funnel with a tube just a funnel will do. it is the black twist knob below the carburator. fill it until it is almost pouring out. better to measure this amount somehow so you dont have to eye ball it in the future. also change when black or i like to do it every 150-200 miles with heavy use. use 10w-30 or 10w-40



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  3. Christina Reeves

    Christina Reeves New Member

    THANK U SO MUCH!!
     
  4. bakaneko

    bakaneko Active Member

    to change your oil don't unscrew the oil plug beneath the oil cap. it is too messy. get a syringe with a tube connected to it to manually extract it out through the oil intake. it doesnt take too long to do it this way and it is way way cleaner. you can buy one or make one from extra tubing, a syringe, and i like to use a cork at the end (you can buy corks at ace hardware) to join the tube and plastic syringe.

    but this professional one is pretty cheap already.

    http://www.tooldiscounter.com/ItemD...1sx-MTo8xJvKclJ01cSIssUVlEbCw7ic65RoC_vPw_wcB
     
  5. KCvale

    KCvale Motorized Bicycle Vendor

    Exactly, even a turkey baster with ~5" of gas line on the end works great.
    Suck all the old oil out, then use it to refill with new oil until it hits the bottom of the threads.

    Clean the air filter while you are at it ;-}
     
  6. Raslad

    Raslad New Member

    This is why I spend my weekend poking thru old threads. I'd never thought of a syringe... Game changing, lol.
     
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  7. Frankenstein

    Frankenstein Well-Known Member

    Another fun trick is attaching a strong magnet to the bottom of the oil pan or in some cases put it inside the pan like my grandpa taught me, the magnet sticks where you leave it if it's inside the pan as long as it's a magnetic metal and during the life of the oil it pulls the metal bits out and keeps them in one place instead of circulating the system. You get more life out of parts and oil filters when that stuff is kept at the bottom of the case instead of being forced through the motor.
     
  8. gary55

    gary55 Well-Known Member

    They even made magnetic drain plugs.
     
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  9. CrazyDan

    CrazyDan Active Member

    only works on iron and steel shavings, does nothing for aluminum.
     
  10. gary55

    gary55 Well-Known Member

    Sounds like one of those jokes you would play on a new youngster in the shop. Go down to napa and pick up a couple of drain plugs with aluminum magnets.
     
  11. Frankenstein

    Frankenstein Well-Known Member

    Or the drill sergeant sending you to get a brass magnet to clean the field up of spent shells..
     
  12. CrazyDan

    CrazyDan Active Member

    a buddy of mine that worked in the motor pool sent someone to grab a box of grid squares and can of squelch juice :D.
     
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  13. Frankenstein

    Frankenstein Well-Known Member

    Gotta hate when the squelch fluids get low in your cb radio...
     
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