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  1. #1
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    Lopsided compression

    Just bought a 91 kawasaki x2 that has been sitting for 20 years. I lived the cylinders, dropped in a fresh battery and pulled the plugs for a compression test. The front cylinder read 180psi. The rear read 15psi. Any idea what's wrong with the rear cylinder?

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    Re: Lopsided compression

    Improper storage ,possibly a ring is rusted in the groove. Sitting for 20 years the cranks seals should be replaced, pull it apart and see.

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    Re: Lopsided compression

    also if a ring is rusted good chance the crank is to, if its a nice ski pull it apart and see.

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