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Compression Testing

Compression Testing - the Bentley Specified Value 9.0 to...

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Compression testing should be done on an engine that is up to operating temperature. All sparkplugs should be removed first. A properly threaded compression tester gauge adapter hose should be used. Engine should be cranked until no further increase in pressure is noted. The results should be, according to Compression Test Requirements as per section C15-7 of
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Unformatted text preview: the Bentley: Specified Value: 9.0 to 13.0 Bar (131 to 189 psi) (ED: 1 BAR = about 14.5 psig) Wear Limit: 7.0 Bar (102 psi) Maximum permissible pressure difference between individual cylinders: 3.0 Bar (44 psi) The above is in the AAN workshop manual pdf (in Bar only) that you can download. See link:...
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