Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 09:23:42 -0000 From: "Richard Henwood" <richardnopsamooled.co.uk> Subject: Re: Compression Pressure Carlson Turbo.
Well, funny you should ask. I just go the car, and had to replace the exhaust as it was blowing really bad. It also stalled when you came down from medium / high revs. I put this down to the exhaust blowing. However after changing the middle box section, it still does it (less often now). So I wanted to see if there was something more. I was also getting a large amount of white smoke coming from the tailpipe, but I have narrowed that down to over filling with oil (which I have now drained off). I still cant sort out this stalling though!!! Richard <davehinznopsamcop.net> wrote in message news:3bf166fd$0$43576$272ea4a1nopsam.execpc.com... > Richard Henwood <richardnopsamooled.co.uk> pressed random keys until the following was produced: > > Hi, > > > Just done a compression test on my 1991 9000 Carlson 2.3 Turbo, and it > > reads: > > > 1) 125psi > > 2) 130psi > > 3) 130psi > > 4) 130psi > > > Anyone know if this is a normal reading? > > Looks good from here; 5 PSI difference is negligible, and could > easily be measurement/gauge error. > > I'm curious - what are you trying to find out by measuring your > compression? Is there a problem that you were suspecting this was > causing? > > Dave Hinz >