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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-23-2010, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
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does anybody know what the compression should be in a 09 xtz?
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-23-2010, 03:32 PM
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I think Jim told me I had 130 I can call and ask, but I bet someone here wil know.

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The reason I'am asking is I took it the dealer for a full service. After last trip I went to clean my air filter and there was no oil on it. It was caked with dry dirt. The intake side was covered with oil and dirt. I pulled the intake tube and found dirt inside the throttle body.The little oil catch thingy was full of oil.
Called the dealer and he said bring in and we will check it out,basically check comp.
The manual says 75-85 front and 120-130 rear.I checked it and got 115 front and 165 rear.doesn't make sense.
I'm worried about all the dirt that has gone into the motor.
Thats a big difference between the book and my test
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yep, Can you just do a top end? or do you think the dirt got in the case?

how much for a top end? is it worth doing it now or running it?

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I think the dealer should do the top end, but hes gonna say the compression is fine.
It just pisses me of.
Any luck on yours rick?
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I am just looking at the manual I have down loaded to my desk top, the adobe file is huge or I would post it up. I am not a engine guy but it looks like there are a bunch of head bolts on that thing???

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2010 manual numbers

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front 80-120
rear 150-190
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Did i get this right? Diffrent compression in each cylinder ?
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compression

yes sir. I dont understand it either
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I dont either but I have worked on many older Harleys and they are a little different becouse of intake track length. but these look the same. It must be something in the valve train.
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