My '06 patrol was crapping out after the engine got hot at high altitudes.
The right cylinder would backfire, fart and sputter until the engine died. After cool down, I could go again.
Got the ol' girl home and did a compression test.
Left cyclinder = 72 psi
right cyclinder = 110 psi
So I assume that means that I prolly have a bad ring on the left side, that correct? But it was the right site that was doing all the complaining. Does that sound right.
What compression should I expect? I note that on other threads, they were talking about reading of 120 - 125 psi. Does that mean that there is something wrong with the right cylinder as well or is 110 acceptable reading for an '06?
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2006 Ural Raven (or it's a patrol painted black)
Power Arc ignition
Raceway high mount exhaust w/2 hmf mufflers
Open Air Filter system; two separate K&N filters (much like the modtop without the box)
136 main, 45 idle
Dynojet needles, clip on 3rd grove
7/64" Drilled Carb Slides