If the pistons are bad it should be smoking a bright blue color out of the exhaust. Are if a piston skirt is broken it should be knocking all the time. If there is a whole burnt in the piston you will not have any compression on that cylinder. Most of the time pistons just don't go bad.
I did my chev 350 and I got 150 psi before running the motor.ANOTHER OPINIONThere are a number of factors that will determine the compression of a new engine. First, the rings aren't sealed yet so you may or may not have good compression based on that.Second, what's your altitude? When you check the compression at low altitude it will be noticeably different than at higher altitude.Third, how are you "cranking" the engine? if you're just using the starter, you may not get a lot of compression because of the low cranking speed.Fourth, what lubricants did you use for assembly? If friction is a little high, again, you won't be able to crank the engine very fast.Another variable will be the pistons; if you've used high compression pistons the compression will be up. If you've used traditional pistons... not so much.Another OpinionYou should get at least 175 psi to 188 psi
Friction, over time. To expand on this, a compression test of a cylinder of a 4 stroke engine (an engine with intake and exhaust values) may lose compression due to worn piston rings caused by friction (and/or) values that do not seat properly. When the piston comes up on the compression stroke both valves should be seated tightly in their respected valve 'seats' to maximize the compression. The loss of compression may be due any or all of these parts.
To reduce compression in an internal combustion engine you should change the standard pistons for a more flatter piston, which will increase the combustion chamber size, some people also change the standard head gasket for a slightly thicker one.
Sure but it won't last long stock. If you want to have forced induction you should rebuild the engine with a forged crankshaft, connecting rods, pistons, etc.
what should the compression be on a 2007 ezgo golf cart
It should be a high of 185 and a low of 140
If you can show it was forged and you did not use the account then you are probably not liable. You should discuss this with a local attorney.
A forged signature on a contract for a car is considered fraud, you should contact an attorney for this situation.
To spend that money on a turbo kit on a high mileage engine wouldn't be cost effective/recommended. You should rebuild it and install turbo pistons, forged rods and then you could take advantage of the turbo.
You should be more interested in your liabilities. If the other signature was forged then the loan is a criminal matter. You will need to explain why you co-signed a forged loan document and who took the money.
A forged notarization, where the person claims to be a notary, should be reported to the agency that grants notary licenses and they will instruct you on how to continue. A forged signature, of a notary but not claiming to be a notary, is reported to the police.
A forged steel crankshaft? That should out last all the other components in the engine it so long as you keep up maintenance.
Compression anklets, socks, or long hose should NOT cause bruising. Most likely, the hose are too tight, too much compression. Talk to your doctor for a prescription for a lower compression product.
Compression ratio is 8.6:1 Compression test, wet, should put you between, I think, 120 and 170.
your compression should be around 125-135 psi. for a 250cc polaris trailboss or trailblazer.
you should be able to just push the pistons up and out. never use air. obviously the pistons are seized in that case. sometime i use the woden handle of a handle to tap them out but be careful when doing this.
You have described a criminal offense. You should take the deed and any supporting evidence to the local district attorney's office and ask to prosecute the person who forged the deed.