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    Well, I just checked. 120 in the front and 150 in the rear. Both plugs look good with no oil on them and light brown color.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wilson311 View Post
    Well, I just checked. 120 in the front and 150 in the rear. Both plugs look good with no oil on them and light brown color.
    I would suspect that your gauge reads high. ( Actual numbers may be more like 90/120.)And that much of a difference is definitely not good...

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    I would suggest that you run and ride the ski quite a bit before we decide that the plating has failed. This is the ski that was filled with saltwater. I’ve had symptoms like this come from corroded piston rings that are sticking in the grooves. If you still have 120+ psi, run and ride it and see if it improves.

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