I don't understand the craze of people wanting to disconnect the oil injection system in favor of premixing gas. The Injection system mixes anywhere from 50:1 to 75:1 depending on throttle position. If your pump linkage gets sticky just clean the assembly and spray it with WD40.
32:1 is too rich on oil which will make the engine run lean on gas. Unless you re-adjust your carb for the new mix. Keep in mind your carb was setup for straight gas. As soon as you mix oil with the gas you will be leaning out your mixture. This will cause the combustion chamber to be overly hot and burn all that extra oil you are adding to the rings or fry your piston. So if you think more oil is better, think again. Even if you do re-adjust your carb, the excess oil will cause you to foul plugs at an alarming rate among many other problems with combustion. Even if you mix 50:1 you still need to re-jet your carb for proper mixture. Your mid range will suffer also unless you change your needle.
But if you want to disconnect it go for it, just think hard about the consequences and be prepared to re-setup your carb.