Question about Hyundai Excel
Without taking out the engine and going through all the tolerances,
i would,bearing in mind the engine has to get hot before you loose power,check the valve/cam clearances,(the obvious first choice).then check the compresions again.the only other thing that comes to mind is valve seats are not ground in.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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