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MINIMUM COMPRESSION


Created On Saturday February 11, 2012 07:00 Diesel Talk
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I HAVE A SMALL TWO CLINDER DIESEL ENGINE. I DONT KNOW MAKE OR YEAR.
WHAT IS MINIMUM CYLINDER COMPRESSION I SHOULD HAVE ?

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Well, I don't know perfectly but you need to check out if any printed compression specifications.
I think you need at least 80 to 90 psi minimum, but nearer to 110-120 would be also good.

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I do not have good experience, But as per my knowledge 100 psi would be perfect one. You can search more on technical specification. Technical specification will give you good idea.

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