Clifford Johnston: I bought a used and abused Husqvarna 455 Rancher for $50. Much to my
surprise, the compression test indicated 150 psi. It purrs like a wildcat
wcfltr: Mine has 60lbs and won't run; time for a rebuild or a new one.
dolson99: Hello I have a McCulloch Weedeater that I have not ran for a number of
years. What will I have to do to get it going again? Thank- you for your
seasonedtoker: now that's a good and healthy baby!! :)
CoRRisioN: i'll have to do my mac 610 pro and my echo pb 4600 my echo srm 2400 and a
jwades77: my BRAND NEW Jonsered 2255 has 120psi compression. My 6yr old Makita/Dolmar
DCS540 has a whopping great 155psi. I dont get it.
donyboy73: that's awesome
Liamautomechanic: how much for the compression tester??looks a good one,
Tim R: @pberglin I wouldn't think so, i've ran my weedeater without a exhaust at
all and it ran great and seemed to run cooler, you will have to adjust the
carb after though. Look up videos on here for doing that, i know theres a
Liamautomechanic: that saw is in good nick, good vid
donyboy73: @seasonedtoker that saw is like new, original bar and chain
donyboy73: it's probably burned out, need a new top end kit, piston, cylinder and rings
donyboy73: yes sometimes better to spend more money right away for an oem kit
seasonedtoker: @donyboy73 pardon my subquestion, I am decarbonizing my trimmer over the
winter, it has a similar engine, mine's 40cc, but it's a husky anyway. so
120-150 psi is what I am looking for, right? any tips on how to clean
carbon deposits the easy way? I have used wire brushes but the cylinder on
this thing is a bit deeper than my dremel is. is there anything I can soak
it in and it will lift off deposits for sure? thanks a lot.
donyboy73: @7minibike2 let me know what the compression is
donyboy73: @Liamautomechanic it's a cheaper one , only $60
KJP`s corner: On my Husqvarna 136 (36 cm3) year 2000, readings were: 100 psi on dry, and
180 psi with oil. I did a test video of it as well
mike548: Hey donboy73, can i make a request for the snow blower guys and see a
compression test on a Tecumseh engine. Thanks again, awesome videos.
shinyfuzzy: @7minibike2 might be lean mixture
AzFiresDan: just by reading other ppl test readings... its time for a true top end!!!
tiremanb: great video keep up the good work .
ncrdisabled Submarine vet: How would you check the compression on a engine with a built in
decompression valve but no way to turn it off. I checked the compression
and it says 20 psi but the saw starts right up . I think the decompression
valve is affection the reading. Thanks
George Rivera: One of the guys topped up fuel using plain gasoline on a new 45 model and
it lost compression. What happened? It has 60 PSI.
kodibass: I just did a cold compression check on my husky 41, very much like the 45,
I got about 130psi it runs but is a bit hard to start cold, once warmed up
starts fine. thanks for the great vids Dony!
7minibike2: i ajusted the high low a few times ill get a comp tester a give that a shot
seems to have a ton of compression.after it was ajusted it runs ,idles and
revs great but when it hits the log it boggs .
4inches4u: mine is 180 on my poulan 361.....that thing is louder than my 30-06
7minibike2: good vid one ? i wrote awile back about a husky 35 and checked the intake
boot.the saw runs great i ajusted the carb the problem is when i startb to
cut it boggs down with little power take it off the log runs and revs
great.any ideas?p.s the saw is new only used a few times.
donyboy73: @pberglin i don't have much experience with moded saws but a friend of mine
George Rivera: firstname.lastname@example.org
AzFiresDan: hey there minibike, I have a husky 575xp 51 piston 72cc. 30" bar with a
skip chain. everytime that I start cutting big trees and i use the dawgs
the power head start bugging down... So I start with a carb re-built and a
new top end. try those, and see how it works.
1972FordF150: That's a good reading !
7minibike2: im going to try the carb the saw is brand new i got it as a left over so
maybe the gaskets dryed out.thanks for the info.mike
Preston Blair: 15 psi
donyboy73: @tiremanb thanks man
donyboy73: @mike548 it's a bit tricky on those 4 cycles because some have a built in
Tim R: WOW, i have some 12hp briggs engines that don't have that much!
fun1980: mine is 170 psi.
pberglin: Dony- Have you done any work with ported chainsaws / exhausts? Does this
shorten the life of the saw or cause the rings to wear out faster? Thanks
bobby8926: @7minibike2 to lean?
donyboy73: @8019shane that's low
AzFiresDan: Hello DonyBoy, Just by watching your videos I have learn lots about
chainsaws and to work on them. I did a compression test on Husqvarna 575xp
Chain saw. One with the decompressor bottom in and a zip line on the
trouttle it read about 60psi second was decompressor bottom out and the
same with the trouttle. it read 80psi. I buy a chinesse cylinder head kit,
well the price was really nice 99.00, but it missing the vacum line port
nipple. Some times be chipper it more end up more expensive...
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