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Offline RoyM

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Re: Pioneer P41 Diagnostic
« on: July 24, 2016, 12:05:03 pm »
The cylinder and head are one piece, no gasket. It sounds like an air leak, the best way to check it is with a pressure/vacuum tester which would pinpoint leaking crank seals, cylinder base gasket, intake gaskets. Check the insulator block behind the carburetor for cracks or warpage.
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