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    Compression xlt 1200

    What should compression be on a 2003 xlt 1200?


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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced250 View Post
    What should compression be on a 2003 xlt 1200?
    What is your compression at? First!

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    around 120 give or take a few

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    looking to buy a ski so I wanted to know the normal thanks!!

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    a lot depends on hours too. also figure that no 2 gauges are going to be created equal. The most important thing is that the numbers are close between all 3. It's not unusual to get 105ish in all 3 on a high hour 1200 motor that has not been run in awhile.... 120 is ideal but going to be on the high side. I've always considered 110-120 to be right there...

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