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Just done a compression test on my sled. The Sled runs great and my compression tester is brand new. It says I only have 110 lbs of compression. The Sled as only 600 miles on it. Any suggestions? Im fairley new too the sled world.
 

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Yes it was... S the Sled starts fine in extreme cold conditions too... It was -35 C last night and she started with the second pull this mourning.
 

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I actually tested it with another tester and got between 115 and 120. I compared it to another 2009 dragon and it too has the same compression.
 

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i was looking at buying a 2009 it has lots of miles on it close to 2000 , i ran a compression test and got 115 and 110 and the same while it was hot. I cant get a straight answer as what it should be brand new, the dealer said 125 was minimum but i think that guy was high. I have the canadian tire special tester 30 bucks so i dont know how accurate it is.
 
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