I just use a 10cc medication seringe and load it up with 3cc of oil straight and then I don't have to deal with gasoline - that gallon will go stale before you get to use it all. 1 ounce is about 30cc so use the graduated cylinder to mix up a smaller amount.
Yeah, the going stale thing is what concerns me. Is there a place to get syringes cheap that won't have you answering a bunch of questions? What I may do is bring an empty gas container with me to the station and put the oil in and pump some fuel into the container to mix it and pour it into the tank. It may be a bit time consuming but it should be easier than trying to figure in the fuel added when adding 1 ounce/gallon at fill-ups.
Horsepower is how hard you hit the wall, torque is how much of the wall you take with you.
you should be able to get them at a drug store or ******** or use one from a computer printer ink refill kit - they don't take needles so they can't be used for injecting. Actually the refill kit may come with needles come to think of it. I just shoot the 3cc of oil directly into the filler spout and then fill it up - it will not attack the plastic and the gas will wash it all down - I hope it did anyway . . . anyone got a match??