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SkiPablo

LS1 Compression Numbers ?

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SkiPablo

Hi Guys,  looking at a sunsetter with LS1 and going to get the compression numbers tomorrow - what should it be ?

thanks :)

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footndale

The key with compression numbers is that the highest and lowest numbers are withing 10% of each other. Many factors come into play on what actual numbers you may see when the test is done.  The key is that all cylinder numbers are close to the same. 

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Nitrousbird

As said above, the difference in numbers is the key.  Typically, the LS1 is in the high 100's to low 200's range but a number of variables can change that reading.

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SkiPablo

thanks guys - all 8 came in about 180 lbs :)

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