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    Compression on 2001 Polaris Virage

    I know how to check compression on an engine, and I know each cylinder should be within a couple psi's of each other. Is there anywhere that would list what compression should be on different skis? I've got 150 psi on front and rear on this particular ski, which seems good unless it should be 160 - 180.


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    Compression numbers look to be right in the ball park. Exact numbers vary with different gauges, but I see no issue with your matched 150 measurements.


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    Thanks for your help.

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