Question about 1984 Suzuki Rg 250 Gamma
General instruction for compression tests. Remove one spark plug and all spark plyg wires. Insert a special pressure gage in the hole. Turn the engine over several times. Read the pressure. If there are more than one cylinder, test the others. Pressure should be about 125 and there should not be a big difference between the readings. A big difference in readings would indicate problem as would generally low readings or very high readings.
The Suzuki shop manual should have specifications for this. Find specificaitons aaat the Suzyki web site or call your local dealer.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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