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Vaughan fuel mixture

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Default Vaughan fuel mixture

I recently acquired a Vaughan Model L engine and have it ready to run. What I don't know is the proper fuel/oil mixture. Is it 15:1? Also, should
I use 30W non detergent oil?
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