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Standard Cylinder Compression Pressure (AT25GL)

Standard Cylinder Compression Pressure (AT25GL)

Standard Cylinder Compression Pressure (AT25GL)

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Please can anyone help me out with the standard Compression pressure for a Waukesha V12-AT25GL, cant seem to find it on the Manual. i carried out a Compression test and got the following. 1R-210,2R-175,3R-205,4R-205,5R-210,6R-200
           1L-200,2L-200,3L-200,4L-205,5L-202,6L-200
I would like to compare these reading to the standard Compression pressures

RE: Standard Cylinder Compression Pressure (AT25GL)

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RE: Standard Cylinder Compression Pressure (AT25GL)

even without knowing the spec. you can see that 2R needs further investigation. cylinder to cylinder consistency is as important as any particular number. many specs give an allowable compression range and a maximum % deviation cylinder to cylinder.

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