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Old 09-04-2010, 05:08 PM
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compression test results

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This is from an all original 1968 327 4bbl. tons of blowby out oil filler tube and valve covers, has been sitting since 1977. Ouch, rebuild time.

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yikes! maybe the crankcase ventilator on the back the motor is plugged too? i guess a zero in one of tthe cylinders could mean a bent or bad valve tho, that aint good... be a cool motor tho when you rebuild it!
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Definitely needs to be rebuilt. I don't see any numbers there that i would be pleased with.
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How did you do a comp. test on it after sitting 34 yrs? After that long, a rebuild is sort of a gimmie even without testing it.
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