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    Re: Oil Block Off -- When does it make sense?

    Also the Kawasaki Ultra 150 has something similar. No, not a rotary valve, but something about them from what I remember reading makes it simpler to have a functional oil pump instead of pre mix. I think you had to disassemble part of the engine and remove something?? to be able to use premix. Sorry, it was a long time ago that I read this.

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    Re: Oil Block Off -- When does it make sense?

    Well compression was 132 in each cylinder so I'm lucky , I just hope it didn't put a hurting on the bearings , Also the test was done with a cheesy gauge and i read on the Group K site website if its not the type of gauge that has the schrader valve at the end like a Snap-On instead of the one that has it up by the gauge like mine then it can be 20-35psi off because the 16'' of hose takes up volume.
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