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Old 08-08-2012, 10:34 PM   #4
nasiocjunkie
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Originally Posted by bugeyetex View Post
Don't fix anything... its not broke Those numbers are great. Is there a reason you did a compression test or are you just bored?
More curious than anything. Past four days I was under the hood chasing down a problem hence the test. If I ever decide on doing something fun with my OBS i.e. put a turbo in it I'd like to know now so I could start collecting parts. I'm also wanting to Seafoam my car to see if I could get the compression readings a little lower. I read somewhere online that if compression readings are slightly higher then there may be little to lots of carbon build-up inside.
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