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    60 psi in 1 cylinder

    So what is the deal? Don't really want to spend a lot of money. 97 gp1200. Other 2 cylinders have 127 psi the 3 have 60. Thanks


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    You have issues, need to pull off the head and inspect damage.

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    Your motor has a problem in that cylinder, can you give us some more info?

    How many hours? did this happen while you were riding? do you have an oilpump or premix? have you removed the head yet< if so take and post the highest quality pictures that you can of any damage.

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