Compression Test Altitude Correction Factors

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Compression Test Altitude Correction Factors

Postby Albuquralque » Thu Jul 13, 2017 9:47 pm

When performing engine cylinder compression tests, your readings will get lower the higher in altitude you go. Here is a chart to show the correction factor.

Altitude Factor
1000' .9711
2000' .9428
3000' .9151
4000' .8881
5000' .8617
6000' .8359
7000' .8106
8000' .7860
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