A gas engine compression tester of exceptional quality
The gauge has quick disconnect ends and is 2-1/2" tall and 300 PSI
The most popular gas engines can be fitted with 5 threaded adapters
Ten different threaded adapters are included 10mm, 12mm, 14mm, 16mm, and 18mm
There is also a hard to find 16mm x 1 on this set. An adapter for five devices
Questions & Answers
The kit does not contain some of the adapters that I need. Can I order them? I've got a broken one! ?
In short, yes. The replacement pieces can be ordered by calling the telephone number on the lid and giving them the model and the number of the replacement part you need.
Do these parts come with any kind of carrying case to keep everything organized?
A lot of thought went into organizing this kit, and the case is very nice. In the kit, there were seals that were not rated to use with gasoline. The kit worked once, but then didn't work again. Make sure you know what you're buying.
Can anyone use this for the The powerstroke 4 is a 4-stroke engine. Do you have a glow plug you would like to try?
It does not matter as long as there is a 10mm x 1 inch. It will work, no problem. In addition, make sure the compression gauge reaches 350 pounds per square inch. We wish you a lot of success!
Selected User Reviews For Performance Tool W80584 Deluxe Compression Tester Kit
You must remember that diesel engines operate at a higher compression level than gasoline engines. This should make it easier to identify a burnt or bent valve using shop air. If you don't have a 10mm 1. Make sure you have one. An adapter that supports compression 0 . Any Ford with glow plugs will benefit from a magnetic gauge and valve cover adapter, which will allow you to actually see a blow-by in the crankcase. Hope you have a successful week!.
| Jan 15, 2021
The pressure doesn't stay the same
(PT is the gray case, HF is the black case) This is the exact same set as what's available at HF. The tips are the same and the gauge is the same, except for the faceplate and it comes in a different As you use this compression tester, it does not maintain the gauge pressure or reading. Due to this, it is impossible to get an accurate reading. An example of this could be when I saw the needle rise to 320-plus The maximum pressure was 310 psi, but the actual pressure was At 390 psi. The tips do not seem to have Schrader valves, as advertised (tips seem to have Schrader valves on them). Once I verified that it did not maintain readings, I returned it. The two sets don't work together properly, so it's pointless to have two of them.
The set works, though not as good as the best kit, but adequate for most DIY projects
This is a prime example of what you get for your money. The results are superior to those of the Extreme Power Master Fuel set, and it is also similar to those found online, but it is not a professional grade device. It is only referenced here because Schrader is the "standard" for this tool set and it is a trademarked brand. There are some valves that aren't 100% compatible with this set. As I think about it, if you are trying to test only fuel pumps, or fitted pressure lines, then it may not work without leakage. If you remove the valve, then you'll have to open hose clamps over top of the valves before the caps will release. A glob of glue has been found inside one of the T connectors, which I'm not aware of, or whether the glue will dissolve in gasoline, or in solvents used for cleaning In the event that the glue were to break free from the injector and float downstream, I am concerned that it may damage it. I bring this up because it is a foreign substance you can introduce into your fuel lines if there is glue on your connectors. For a single use test set, it is not worthwhile to make this extra effort. It is important that you clean this tool of glue before using the tool in a shop setting and instead use Teflon tape. In most cases, fuel systems are best left to the professionals, but if this is the tool set you need, it's a lot more useful than a standard pressure test kit, and has a limited range of uses (limited compatibility and use.
| Jun 15, 2021
This site provides some relative readings, but they are not accurate enough to be really The test results seemed odd to me, and I watched a few videos of other people using the same device
The one in this video drifts, unlike those in the videos. As soon as the percent loss gauge is set to zero, it will drift to the negative side once it hits zero. Setting it to zero so that it finally lands on zero will give a reading of 80% loss as soon as the adapter is the compression of an engine that had a bad compression and one that was working gave similar results. While I know it does something, and will present relative cylinder differences between the two cylinders, my confidence in it as a diagnostic tool is low.
| Apr 12, 2021
Despite the fact that it doesn't quite work for my application, it works really well
Typical GMC 6 usage doesn't quite work with it, although it's a fine tool otherwise. The Turbo Diesel 5 is a diesel engine. If it works on NA 6, then it would likely work on NA 7. Two of the following six numbers are written. Despite the fact that there are five versions, the gauge cannot be fitted to the glow plug adapter due to the turbo manifold. Although I've been unable to test if the injector adapter will work, I am hoping that it will.
| Mar 21, 2021
The box broke and parts fell out
I was going to use the 10-mm tester bolt, but as soon as I screwed it in, it came apart in my hand. I bought the kit with the 10mm, and now it's basically worthless.
| Jan 16, 2021
Poor quality does not have the correct adaptor for Cummins with the newer model
It is important to know that if you have a 5, it will lead to failure. If it's 9 or 6, then use 4. I would not suggest using the 7 Cummins model as a test bed.
| Jul 22, 2020
What a waste of time. It is not possible to use shrader valves with As a result, the pressure it is trying to build will not remain. There is nothing to be gained by all of this.
| Dec 25, 2020