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Old 01-14-2012, 05:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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05 rincon 650

did a compression test today it hit around 60 seems to have power run about 62mph not sure wut the compression should be i hear it has a release when cranking not sure any ideas
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Welcome to the forums. Compression should be about 74 PSI on the Rincon.
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60 isnt a good sign im going to do a leak down test see wut tht says
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Welcome to the forums. Compression should be about 74 PSI on the Rincon.
u think valve lash could be the prob it ticks for a min till shes warm then u never hear it agaain
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Welcome to the forums. Compression should be about 74 PSI on the Rincon.
u think valve lash could be the prob it ticks for a min till shes warm then u never hear it agaain
I doubt loose valves would cause low compression. If they were too tight, they might, but if they're ticking, they must be loose. I would pour a little oil down into the cylinder and do another compression test. This will tell you if the rings are the problem. If the compression goes up, it would indicate worn rings.
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i just bought this thing last week,,,,,,,,im tired of messing with it shes going back to the dealer i got it from a honda dealer in GA they said they did a quote unquote 10 point inspect but i checked the oil and it hadnt even been changed i think i just got shafted
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