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Differential Cylinder Pressure Tester Model E2A-1000

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Part# 12-01017
MFR Model# E2A-1000

Overview

The Differential Cylinder Pressure Testers quickly locate worn and cracked rings, defective intake and exhaust valves, scored and cracked cylinders, leaky head gaskets, and worn and stripped spark plug bushings; virtually every potential cause of pressure loss.

Model E2A-1000 Tester, for cylinders of 5.00 inch bore and over with a .060 inch diameter orifice, that eliminates all guess-work by enabling you to determine the exact location and cause of your engine's efficiency loss.

Our Model E2A-1000 includes:
  • New Slow Fill ValveTM
  • Safely find TDC
  • Safely bleed cylinder test pressure to
    zero for testing multiple cylinders
  • No repeated pressure adjustments
   
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WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Features

  • Heavy Duty Regulator
  • Heavy Duty Gauges
  • All Connections Quick-Disconnect
  • 18 mm Plug Adapter
  • Extra Long High Pressure Hose
  • Complete instructions with each unit
  • (10/14 mm Adapter Available)
  • Accessories
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Reviews

Good value, does the job well

Dave R Verified Purchase

E2A-1000 FOR ENG. OVER 1000 CI

October 27, 2022

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