Note: For best results use an air compressor with at least 120 PSI output.
JEGS 80520 Dual Gauge Leak-Down Tester is used to pinpoint power-robbing leakage in the piston bore, rings, valves, head gaskets, or to set fuel injector barrel valves. The adjustable regulator provides accurate readings with varying air supply. Includes hi-tech shockproof gauges tested and matched to 1/4 PSI. and a black anodized manifold body. For use in applications where 14mm spark plugs are utilized.
- Measures the ability of an engine cylinder to hold compressed air using air pressure
- For measuring low, moderate, and high leakage and a scale range from 0-100%
- Precision regulator
- 26 in. hose assembly with a 14mm adapter
- Supplements as a compression tester
Gauge the Compression of Critical Engine Components
A JEGS Compression or Leak-Down Tester will equip you to diagnose failed or leaking valves, pistons, rings, and head gaskets through the spark plug, glow plug, or injector ports. Our testers offer easy-to-read gauges, high PSI capabilities, and adapters for most import and domestic vehicles, making them a must-have addition to your tool arsenal.
Does this tool come with a case? I like my tools like this to come with one. Either way I will purchase in future. My car 14mm deep well. I like only does deep well no risk of stuck adapters
Does this tester come with a 16mm spark plug adapter?
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