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    Leak down loss per minute..

    Loading the cylinders with 100psi while changing springs I lost about 10 psi over a 15-20 minute course on a cold engine that was ran 3 days prior so the walls were dry. This was across all 3.

    What is acceptable loss on these engines in that kind of circumstance?


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    That's perfect for a cold leak down test move on!!!! . That's exactly where mine is without that much psi lol. Your losing the 10 psi through your ring gap's
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    great! Thanks. Can't wait to get out with the ET-CR wheel at 9k.

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    +1 those cylinders are perfect!!!

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