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Lister SR1A - Compression height


Created On Wednesday June 20, 2007 07:11 Diesel Talk
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timnic
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Hello Gentlemen

I would be very grateful if someone could tell me if the 'plastigauge' material is still available for measuring the compression height on the Lister SR1A., and what should the compression height be
i.e. height from the crown of the piston to the base of the cylinder head.

Provided it is not too expensive, I would be glad of a manual for this engine if anyone can suggest anything.

The engine is fitted to a roller belonging to the local cricket club. More details can be provided, if required.

Many thanks

Tim Nicholson



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