Automotive Quick Connect Cylinder Leak-down Leak Tester Measurement W/ Adapters on 2040-parts.com
Columbia, Maryland, US
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Cylinder Leak-Down Tester
This cylinder leak-down tester gauges leak-down tests more
accurately than standard compression tests! Pressurized air is supplied to each
cylinder and in moments displays a rate of leakage measure from 0 to 100%. The
leak tester includes 12mm and 14mm spark plug adapters, a quick
connect/disconnect hose and an air regulator for accurate measurements. The
cylinder leak-down tester is a great tool for anyone working with cylinders and
engines at the repair shop or garage.
- 0 to 100 PSI working pressure
- Easy-to-read gauges for proper testing and accurate results
- Easy-to-adjust air regulator
- For all domestic and imported engines
||Domestic And Impoted Engines|
|Maximum pressure (PSI)
|Minimum Pressure (PSI)
||12mm, 14mm, and spark plug adapters, pressure gauge,
cylinder leak gauge, hose, regulator, and carrying case.|
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