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Old 10-13-2017, 02:03 PM
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Ahhh I see, that's why you are here asking how it works? And I also see how you treat people who try to help.
Further more, what's pressure beside compressing a gas or other medium? As in a cylinder compressing a air fuel ratio?
I see who truly doesn't understand basic dynamics.
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Old 10-15-2017, 05:18 PM
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Ahhh I see, that's why you are here asking how it works? And I also see how you treat people who try to help.
Further more, what's pressure beside compressing a gas or other medium? As in a cylinder compressing a air fuel ratio?
I see who truly doesn't understand basic dynamics.
when you use in cylinder pressure transducers you are looking valves opening and closing. you are looking at how the cylinder is sealing. you can see clogged exhaust and a suction problem. using a compression gauge is not the same thing. as far as how i treated you I'm sorry maybe i was looking for someone who might be able to answer my question. this section is for lab scopes. you don't use a compression gauge with a scope. the wps500 is pico's pressure transducer that I'm trying to mate to my snap on scope. listed below is a in cylinder "waveform"
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Old 10-15-2017, 09:20 PM
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Similar in a way, but it's like comparing a real good 3 dimensional 4 cycle wife to a one night stand . You really get to know the suck, squeeze, bang, and blow
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