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its new to me almost done with clean up work

its a 76 cyclone 440 and a i got it for one of those little toro snowblowers:D good enough for me to start on, anyways it still runs great but i got a question is 110lbs of compression per cylinder high?



 

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sometimes imagestation isnt working...

here ya go

*the other pic says its forbidden, so i couldnt help ya out w/ posting it
 

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Hey, not a bad little sled... and you got a good deal on it too! One of those useless Toro sno-things must be worth about a quarter, wouldn't you say? I'd much rather have the sled!

Is that body putty on the nose, or snow? Can't really tell from the pic.
 

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wow, sounds like a good deal to me!

looks in good shape, especially for being...oh....24 years old.

i cant help you out with the compression, im vintage sled il-literate.
 

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110 psi sounds a little low... did you do it with the engine warmed up?
 

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lol yes that bondo needed a little body work so my dad threw some on there the guy i got it from didnt know what he was talking about, said it had engine problems and would start, just a broken wire lol, i rode it today for a lil bit. Runs great and starts on one pull good for that old i guess, but it just need to be tuned a little and im ready for the last of the season. btw ill get updated pictures for you guys.
 

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new photos

heres the updates








^thats where i got stuck in slushy powder stuff


anyways the paint doesnt look bad for a hack job does it?
 

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Nope it still doesnt work for me either.
 
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