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    Is this good compression?

    Just got my P-X back from being winterized. Compression is #1-143, #2-146, and #3-144.

    I only got in 40 hours this year.


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    those are beautiful compression numbers

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    thats bob on mate, i personally dont put mine to bed at winter, i try to use it for cod fishing in the cold, its better than any boat i have for fishing as you can get back to the shore way faster in emergencys,

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    I will take a fish and chip and malt vinegar.

    Roger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger H View Post
    Jetskiibill9999,

    I will take a fish and chip and malt vinegar.

    Roger
    thats sounds good right now


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    Compression tes

    I just checked mine #1 125, #2 130, #3 130.. Any concerns with these #'s?

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    Don't forget if the ski has been winterized the cylinders will have fogging oil in them and that will bump up the compression. IIRC, the maximum compression that you will see is compression ratio (8.4) times local air pressure (14.7), so 125 psi is pretty close at sea level... Ron

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    120-130 is what i always see on the skis i service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex13 View Post
    I just checked mine #1 125, #2 130, #3 130.. Any concerns with these #'s?
    Those numbers are good too. Remember, gauges will vary so one guy's numbers may not be close to yours. What you are looking for is consistency between the three cylinders.

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    Your exactly right Jerry!!!!!

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