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Engine compression check
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Hello everyone,
I want to perform a compression test on my 351 C and I have a few questions about.
I did already on cars but never on a V8 engine, so I would like to know if I should remove all 8 sperk plugs (i think yes) left + right rank. Then, as I don't want to inject fuel in the carb during the process, should I disconnect the fuel line after the ffuel pump and send it in a drum?
Thanks for helping.
Manu
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#2
Remove all 8 spark plugs. With the plugs removed you won't pull any air and fuel through the carburetor and float in the carburetor will keep the fuel pump from overfilling the carburetor.



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Thanks Don.
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