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I did my cb 350 on a cold engine, the shop manual says 170 psi on a warm engine. The tester I used was borrowed from a neighbor and I returned it right away, I don't like over-borrowing things although I know he doesn't mind, so until I get my own I probably won't check it again warm.

These are my results tested a few times with no differance, right was 155+ and left was even 160.

What would the approx. differance be with a warm engine? Thanks
 

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gord said:
I did my cb 350 on a cold engine, the shop manual says 170 psi on a warm engine. The tester I used was borrowed from a neighbor and I returned it right away, I don't like over-borrowing things although I know he doesn't mind, so until I get my own I probably won't check it again warm.

These are my results tested a few times with no differance, right was 155+ and left was even 160.

What would the approx. differance be with a warm engine? Thanks
You might pick up 5psi on a warm engine but even if you don't those numbers are good enough to ride around on...in my opinion. If you were going to compete with it in some capacity then you'd want to do something with the motor otherwise ride it and enjoy it.
 
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