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Compression Check

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by Viperlocc_B18C1, Apr 28, 2003.

  1. Viperlocc_B18C1

    Viperlocc_B18C1 Senior Member

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    im going to do a compression test on each piston...what should it be? 180 to 200?
     
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    what engine... i blew 235, 235, 230, 225 on my b16a with the engine cold...
     
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    Viperlocc_B18C1 Senior Member

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    my bad....b18c1 from a 94 teg
     
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    Viperlocc_B18C1 Senior Member

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    well, did a compression test. numbers 1 and 2 (starting by the distributer) came up to be 190 to 200 and 3 and 4 are at 0. guess i blew em good huh?
     
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    0 compression is bad. hahaha.
     
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    same thing with my friends car, we pulled the pistons out clean them well, toasted to the accomplishment of a blown motor
     
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    sounds like your motor is hurt. you can go on ebay and get the ctr pistons there or thepartstrader.com. thats a really good site too. lots of honda stuff there. well good luck. i hope you beef up your bottom end with those pistons. you will need it
     
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    ebay has the best prices on ctr pistons... they are like $300 for (4) Pistons, (4) Sets of rings, (4) Wrist Pins... .25mm oversize is available.
     
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    $300 with rings and wrist pins new (all new pistons come with wrist pins)
    http://www.jdmspecperf.com/
     
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