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Yes. Common Rail engine tend to play good with 200:1. 24V older engine can play with as rich as 128:1 ratio. Basically 1 ounce of oil to gallon of fuel (128 ounces). The 200:1 was designed more around the pilot injection. If that is switched off you can run the 128:1 ratio. Multiple pilot injections of fuel and oil tends to flood hence the 200:1 ratio. 

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I am not sure if the CR3 pump suffers from the same issue with fuel spec as the VP44 does.    I don't run 2 stroke as I am pretty sure bosch took US diesel into consideration when deisgning the pump.

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